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Wheels-Of-Fire replied to the topic Intel Skylake 50% slower in .NET apps than Intel Broadwell in the forum PC Talk 4 hours, 44 minutes ago
Hmm lots to look through there 🤔
It looks as though the problem is that intel has increased the number of cycles the CPU pause instruction pauses for.
I have yet to get my head around all the different ways that a thread can gain exclusive access to a system resourse because you can have spin locks, push locks, mutexes, semaphores and more but…[Read more]
Dave, we need several miracles after the Tunisia game. I almost fell off my chair when Harry Kane scored the second, 2 minutes from the end of added time. The Tunisians were not half bad, but spoiled themselves with blatant time wasting. Also think the Ref should have seen Kane dragged to the deck TWICE in the penalty area. Unless we really up our…[Read more]
My Fathers Day was largely spent on two local farms looking at (and TBH mostly smelling) goats and some sheep in huge barns.
That’s the corner of one of the double 65 metre x 25 metre barns on one of the farms. Outside is the dairy where they make a range of Greek Cypriot products that involve milk in some way.
Whilst I could do with some help…[Read more]
Wish I was going to be in Belgium on the 28th the atmosphere will be fantastic, should have planned properly.
Off to Vienna two weeks later when the semis are on. Even though Austria aren’t involved they’re footie mad enough to be showing it somewhere. We want to visit the summer stage – outdoor pop up restaurants and bars on the bank of the D…[Read more]
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