RISC vs CISC: Instruction sets don't matter | Jim Keller and Lex Fridman | Video instructions

RISC vs CISC: Instruction sets don't matter | Jim Keller and Lex Fridman



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  1. RISC = easier to learn = easier to implement = more efficiency

    Maybe not at the beginning bc CISC set of instruction was more robust and “time effective” but in the long run RISC wins bc CISC is a pain the ass

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