AVX

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AcronymDefinition
AVXAdvanced Vector Extension (Intel)
AVXanti Virus Expert
AVXAvid Visual Extensions
AVXAvid Visual Extensions (video software)
AVXAnti-Virus Expert (now BitDefender)
AVXAtlanta Velo Exchange (bicycle shop; Atlanta, GA)
AVXAudio Video Experience, Inc. (Los Angeles, CA)
AVXAdult Video XXX
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The family also supports Intel Advanced Vector Extension (Intel AVX) that increases the performance on compute-intensive applications such as financial analysis, media content creation and high performance computing up to two times.
Gelsinger also disclosed Intel's Advanced Vector Extension new instructions that are planned for a family of processors due after Nehalem, codenamed "Sandy Bridge" in 2010.
It adds the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture, with support for things such as the newer Advanced Vector Extension (AVX) instructions, though without the integrated graphics of the other Sandy Bridge chips.
The Intel Xeon W-3175X also houses the company's Extreme Memory Profile that simplifies the overclocking experience while Intel's Advanced Vector Extensions 512 ratio offset that also helps in controlling voltage while overclocking.
RELION is floating-point intensive, and these processors support Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel AVX-512), which doubles the maximum number of floating point operations per clock cycle versus previous generation processors.
The Intel Xeon processor E5-2600/1600 product line feature performance enhancing features such as the second-generation Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.05 and the Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel AVX).
Trenton's TSB7053 supports key Intel[R] technology enhancements such as Intel[R] vPro[TM] technology, Intel[R] Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel[R] AVX) and Intel[R] HD Graphics P3000.
To take full advantage of emerging innovation, the new Core vPro processors offer the increased performance of Intels new microarchitecture, enhanced Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.0 and new Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX).
The 2011 chips also come with Intel Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX).
Performance: Features up to 72 powerful and efficient cores with ultra-wide vector capabilities (Intel(R) Advanced Vector Extensions or AVX-512), raising the bar for highly parallel computing performance.
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