Juce FFT vs FFTW benchmarking?

Well, all I can say is that ours is definitely the shortest, cleanest code! :slight_smile:

Does anybody have an idea of the market share between Intel vs other CPU vendors for Windows desktop/laptop devices? I’m assuming that the IPP can’t be used on non-intel chips.

It should work but might be less optimized.

  1. https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-integrated-performance-primitives/topic/310239

quote from thread:

I see, I have to repeat it again. We do very thin optimization for Intel architecture, and we can’t guarantee any resultsfor this optimized codeon other architecture. We have “generic” code, which should work on 100% compatible architecture.

In terms of compatibility,
AMD ISA should be compatible upto some SIMD
(Advanced Vector Extensions - Wikipedia)

So I guess Intel and developers gets what they want -

  • Developer, got for the average use-case, optimized performance (since Intel’s market share and with Mac in-mind is larger) and broad x86 compatibility.
  • Intel gets better performance making a user prefer its CPU due to software optimized for it.

Market Share:
(keep in-mind on macOS it’s almost zero since even machines running macOS on non-Apple machines with AMD is very rare).

Seeing some graphs online the market share is between ~ 20%-40%



Ah, that’s great to know! Wow thanks so much for the info.

Anyone have any idea how the FFT in Max/MSP stacks up against JUCE or any of these others?