you have the short explain here:
About E5 if you have O/S Linux, use command shell
or dmidecode -t4
It's wrote if you have .
I don't have this model under my hand for answer more precise
Ok, so I understand that AVX is an enhanced version of SSE, so that I assume that brand new Sandy Bridge cpu's fully support SSE intsructions, right?
(Sandy Bridge several model exist.... your first question is about SSE4)
Unfortunaly for AVX it's could be more complex you have (AVX,AVX-I,AVX-2)
Better you read here
Chapter compiler reference
--code generation options
Example in topic related flag CORE-AVX-I
You read between the lines
(processors in process technology smaller than 32nm)
So appropriated only to IVY ....
To be sure ,I have verified small machine
Even the entry of series model G6xx Sandy have SSE 4.1 SSE 4.2
So ok, let me rephrase my question:
Does the Intel Sandy Bridge E5-2650 model support the SSE 4.1 and SSE 4.2 instruction set?
you see ? but I think probably supported..
Great. A bit weird that this info has to be found anywhere but in www.intel.com but anyway,...
Thanks a lot,