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Processor powerpoint

  1. 1. Intel Processors I3, I5, I7
  2. 2. What is a Brain processor? Evolved Basic arithmetic and logic
  3. 3.  January 2010 Mobile Lackingi3 Core Processor
  4. 4. Basics Clarkdale(32nm, integrated graphics) Graphics processing unit 2 cores
  5. 5. More Clarkdale(I3)  Not mobile  Peoples needs  Arrandale
  6. 6. Arrandale(I3) Low speeds No turbo No Error correction code
  7. 7. What is ECC? Computer data storage Detect and correct common
  8. 8. Differences Mobile (A) 4Mb L3 cache(C) Both have 2 cores
  9. 9. L3 Cache?  Buffer closer to core  Help traffic between cores
  10. 10. I5 Processor September 2009 Nehalem Lynnfield + old systems No hyperthreading
  11. 11. Lynnfield 4 core processor 45 nm Direct media interface
  12. 12. Direct Media Interface  Connects North to South on mother board
  13. 13. Hyper-threading Combining threads to increase efficiency of computer (clarkdale)
  14. 14. I3 I5 2  4(some)  8 MB L3 cache  Some I3 similar
  15. 15.  High End Dual, quad, and hexicore 64 bit i7
  16. 16.  Dual core 4 mb L3 32 nm HyperthreadingArrandale
  17. 17.  Quad Core 8 MB 45 nm HyperthreadingBloomfield, Lynnfield
  18. 18.  6 cores 12 MB 32 nm HyperthreadingGulftown
  19. 19. i3 i5 2.93-3.33 GHz  Quad- 2.4-2.8 GHz  Dual- 3.2-3.6 GHzPerformance
  20. 20.  Quad- 2.53-3.33 GHz 6 core- 3.2- 3.46 GHzI7 Performance

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