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Technical seminar on intel core i7 4th generation 5960x.
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intel core i7

  1. 1. BY: ALEEM PASHA N.A Under the Guidance Of Asst.Prof. VENKATA GIRI J Intel Core i7 Sri Venkateshwara College of Engineering Department of Computer Science & Engineering
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Central Processing Unit(CPU). Multi-Core CPU. Hyper Threading. Cache.
  3. 3. Evolution of Microprocessors Intel 4004 4bit 1971 Intel 8086 16bit 1978 Intel 80386 32bit 1985 Intel Pentium 32/64bit 1995-06 Intel core 2 32/64bit 2007 Intel Core i3,i5,i7 64bit 2009
  4. 4. Existing Intel Core i7 Technology  Nehalem microarchitecture (1st generation) Bloomfield (45 nm) Lynnfield (45 nm) Gulftown (32 nm)  Sandy Bridge microarchitecture (2ndgeneration) Sandy Bridge(32 nm) Sandy Bridge-E(32 nm)  Ivy Bridge microarchitecture (3rd generation) Ivy Bridge(22 nm) Ivy Bridge-E (22 nm)
  5. 5. Intel Core i7 (1st generation) Nehalem microarchitecture: Hyper-threading, Turbo Boost, Smart Cache. Type series Transistors Die size Cores L2 cache L3 cache Bloomfield (45 nm) i7-920 to i7-965E 731 Million 263 mm² 4 4*256KB 8MB Lynnfield (45 nm) i7-860 to i7-870s 774 Million 296 mm² 4 4*256KB 8MB Gulftown (32 nm) i7-970 to i7-990X 1.17Billion 239mm² 6 6*256KB 12MB
  6. 6. Intel Core i7 (2nd generation) Sandy Bridge microarchitecture:Smart Cache, Intel HD Graphics 2000,3000,4-DDR3-1600mhz Type Series Transistors Die size Cores L2 cache L3 cache Sandy Bridge (32 nm) i7-2600, i7-2700 1.16 Billion 216 mm² 4 4*256KB 8MB Sandy Bridge-E (32 nm) i7-3820 to i7-3970X 1.27 Billion 294mm² 4-6 4*256KB 6*256KB 10-15MB
  7. 7. Intel Core i7 (3rd generation) Ivy Bridge microarchitecture: Turbo Boost 2.0, Intel HD Graphics 4000, support upto 8 DDR3-1600mhz Type Series Transistors Die size Cores L2 cache L3 cache Ivy Bridge (22 nm) i7-3770 K,S,T 1.4 Billion 160 mm² 4 4*256KB 8MB Ivy Bridge- E (22 nm) i7-4820k, i7-4930k, i7-4960X 1.86 Billion 256.5 mm² 4-6 4*256KB 10-15MB
  8. 8. Drawbacks Of Previous Generations Power Hungry. Generates Heat. Less number of Transistors. Less number of Cores. Smaller L3 cache. No Support for DDR4 Memory.
  9. 9. Updated Technology Intel core i7 (4th Generation) Haswell microarchitecture: Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology (EIST), Intel HD Graphics 5200. Haswell-E(22 nm) Model Cores Frequency L2 cache L3 cache Power DIMM Support i7-5930K 6 3.5GHz 6*256KB 15MB 140W 4*DDR4- 2133Mhz i7-5960X 8 3GHz 8*256KB 20MB 140W 8*DDR4- 2133Mhz
  10. 10. Intel Core i7-5960X i7-5960X 2.60 Billion Transistors, Die size 356mm2
  11. 11. Instruction Set Support FMA4 SSE4.2 AVX2 AVX AES-NI F16C
  12. 12. Advantages of 4th Generation  Great Performance. Less Power Consumption. More Number of Cores. Larger L3 Cache. New Instructions sets. Support for new DDR4 Memory. Generates less heat at base frequency.
  13. 13. Comparison of Architectures
  14. 14. Comparison Chart
  15. 15. IMAGES
  16. 16. Conclusion This processor is brilliant from multiple standpoints. It supports new interesting technologies, such as SMT and Turbo Boost 2.0, and has an integrated memory controller with unprecedented performance. Thus Intel Core i7 is the fastest processor using Haswell microarchitecture and 8 Multi-core technology that applies processing power where it's needed most and delivering an incredible PC performance.
  17. 17. THANK YOU