A Large, Fast Instruction Window for Tolerating Cache Misses

Instruction window size is an important design parameter for many modern processors. Large instruction windows offer the potential advantage of exposing large amounts of instruction level parallelism. Unfortunately naively scaling conventional window designs can significantly degrade clock cycle time, undermining the benefits of increased parallelism.This… (More)

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