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Code compiled as SSE4.1 crashes under Ryzen 1800X

Question asked by sanmayce on Mar 28, 2017

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I was told (on Intel Developer Zone Forum) the culprit was my wrong usage of /Qxsse4.1 instead of  /archSSE4.1 , the first checks whether the CPU is Intel whereas the second uses the extension without checking:

Code compiled as SSE4.1 crashes under Ryzen 1800X

 

Hi to all,

please help me to understand what causes the denial of running my code.

 

I asked a very friendly guy owning a machine with AMD Ryzen 1800X to run my single-threaded textual benchmark and for my BIG NASTY SURPRISE I found that Ryzen denies running it.

On my laptop with i5-2430M it runs fine:

see the attachment below

 

For my regret I lost 2 hours not of my time, no problema, but Gabe's time as well, NOT GOOD! He tried to run the benchmark over and over again but Ryzen refuses to execute SSE4.1 code made by Intel C optimizer/compiler v.15 and GCC code. WHY SO?!

 

The actual dump from the command prompt:

C:\Benchmark_Bible_(Washigan+_vs_lzbench_vs_TurboBench)_2017-Mar-27>call "_BENCH_a_file.BAT" The_Project_Gutenberg_EBook_of_The_King_James_Bible_kjv10.txt

 

 

C:\Benchmark_Bible_(Washigan+_vs_lzbench_vs_TurboBench)_2017-Mar-27>date0<ENTER

The current date is: Tue 03/28/2017

Enter the new date: (mm-dd-yy)

 

 

C:\Benchmark_Bible_(Washigan+_vs_lzbench_vs_TurboBench)_2017-Mar-27>time0<ENTER

The current time is: 15:21:36.48

Enter the new time:

 

 

C:\Benchmark_Bible_(Washigan+_vs_lzbench_vs_TurboBench)_2017-Mar-27>"Nakamichi_Washigan+_(1xQWORD+1xXMM)_Intel_15.0_64bit_SSE41.exe" The_Project_Gutenberg_EBook_of_The_King_James_Bible_kjv10.txt.Nakamichi /bench

 

 

Please verify that both the operating system and the processor support Intel(R) X87, CMOV, MMX, FXSAVE, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSSE3 and SSE4_1 instructions.

 

 

His video, in there we went back and forth trying to localize the problem:

Ryzen 7 1800x CPU Benchmark at 4 GHZ Results - YouTube

 

Benchmark_Bible_(Washigan+_vs_lzbench_vs_TurboBench)_2017-Mar-29.zip (10,441,150 bytes) downloadable at:

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AmWWFXGMzDmEgn1KzHV1-jWG_PXS

or

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BzKgu_YpO6uZZEd3X2t4LTR3YTA/view?usp=sharing

 

 

On my slow laptop (i5-2430M) the whole benchmark took 28 minutes:

 

Textual_Superfast_Decompression_Showdown.pdf_3.png

 

The actual resultant dump on my laptop (i5-2430M) running Windows 7 64bit:

 

Message was edited by: Georgi Marinov

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