What does "Instruction Retired" mean exactly?
Modern processors execute much more instructions that the program flow needs. This is called "speculative execution".
Then the instructions that were "proven" as indeed needed by flow are "retired".
You can think about "retired" instuctions as only instructions needed by the program flow.
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