path: root/crypto/sha/asm/sha1-586.pl
diff options
Diffstat (limited to 'crypto/sha/asm/sha1-586.pl')
1 files changed, 2 insertions, 2 deletions
diff --git a/crypto/sha/asm/sha1-586.pl b/crypto/sha/asm/sha1-586.pl
index 4895eb3ddf85..e0b5d83b6201 100644
--- a/crypto/sha/asm/sha1-586.pl
+++ b/crypto/sha/asm/sha1-586.pl
@@ -66,9 +66,9 @@
# switch to AVX alone improves performance by as little as 4% in
# comparison to SSSE3 code path. But below result doesn't look like
# 4% improvement... Trouble is that Sandy Bridge decodes 'ro[rl]' as
-# pair of -ops, and it's the additional -ops, two per round, that
+# pair of µ-ops, and it's the additional µ-ops, two per round, that
# make it run slower than Core2 and Westmere. But 'sh[rl]d' is decoded
-# as single -op by Sandy Bridge and it's replacing 'ro[rl]' with
+# as single µ-op by Sandy Bridge and it's replacing 'ro[rl]' with
# equivalent 'sh[rl]d' that is responsible for the impressive 5.1
# cycles per processed byte. But 'sh[rl]d' is not something that used
# to be fast, nor does it appear to be fast in upcoming Bulldozer