Unrolling a loop with compile-time unknown trip count results in a remainder loop. The remainder loop executes the remaining iterations of the original loop when the original trip count is not a multiple of the unroll factor. For better profile counts maintenance throughout the optimization pipeline, I'm assigning an artificial weight to the latch branch of the remainder loop.
A remainder loop runs up to as many times as the unroll factor subtracted by 1. Therefore I'm assigning the maximum possible trip count as the back edge weight. This should be more accurate than the default non-profile weight, which assumes the back edge runs much more frequently than the exit edge.