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  • |issues=2 ...am Intel created at their Texas Development Center in Austin in 2004 along with a new chipset ({{intel|Poulsbo|l=chipset}}) design team. The design team wa
    38 KB (5,468 words) - 20:29, 23 May 2019
  • | issues = 2 * No Integer multiplier & divider (shared with FP ALU instead)
    7 KB (872 words) - 19:42, 30 November 2017
  • | issues = 2 ...ploys a modular core design. Each module consists of 2 cores and 2 threads with exclusive hardware - resources are not shared. Within each module is a 1 MB
    9 KB (1,160 words) - 09:35, 25 September 2019
  • | issues = 2 Airmont is for the most part identical to {{intel|Silvermont}} with some higher number of execution units to the GPU in some of the higher-end
    5 KB (568 words) - 19:40, 30 November 2017
  • |issues=4 Broadwell is for the most part identical to {{\\|Haswell}} with several enhancements, including new instruction set extensions.
    14 KB (1,893 words) - 19:25, 28 March 2020
  • |issues=4 ...|Ivy Bridge|Ivy}} but expands on them considerably in the execution engine with wider execution units and additional scheduler ports.
    27 KB (3,736 words) - 17:01, 14 March 2021
  • ...group and analysts brought up that it might be a bad idea to be associated with a failed Israeli political party that was eventually dissolved. The name ''Sandy Bridge'' consists of the English translation of "Gesher" with "Sandy" possible referring to the fact that silicon comes from sand.
    84 KB (13,075 words) - 00:54, 29 December 2020
  • |issues=5 ...nstrated at the 2014 Intel Developer Forum in San Francisco on September 9 with the goals of launching in the second half of 2015.
    80 KB (11,988 words) - 03:50, 20 June 2020
  • Prolong delays with Intel's 10-nanometer process due to yield issues meant the terminology around that process was changed over time. Ice Lake i ...ture}} along with {{\\|Gen11}} GPU, and an improved {{intel|System Agent}} with a new display engine and I/O.
    23 KB (3,613 words) - 12:31, 20 June 2021
  • ...ficant delays first due to early design problems and later due to problems with various [[x86]] incompatibilities. The first few models were finally releas ...ructions into simpler [[RISC]] instructions. Due to numerous manufacturing issues and design choices, K5 failed to deliver the expected performance it should
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  • | arch = IA-32 with MMX and 3DNow+ ...n [[L2$]] on the motherboard which ranged from 512 KB to 2MB. This changed with K6-III which added 256 KB of level 2 cache on-die. AMD branded this setup "
    9 KB (1,264 words) - 02:29, 19 January 2017
  • ** 2-level predictor with 8192 entry branch history table ...r than 4 micro-ops are generated from the decoders, empty slots are padded with NOPs
    4 KB (578 words) - 18:57, 22 May 2019
  • | issues = 3 ...it L1$ and a unified L2$. While originally K7 had an L2$ controller on-die with the actual cache off-chip, AMD moved the L2$ on-die the following year.
    7 KB (936 words) - 02:31, 31 October 2019
  • |issues=4 | {{amd|Raven Ridge|l=core}} || Up to 4/8 || Mobile processors with {{\\|Vega}} GPU
    79 KB (12,091 words) - 17:54, 20 May 2021
  • | {{amd|Renoir|l=core}} || Up to 8/16 || Mainstream APUs with {{\\|Vega}} GPUs ...and 4 in the Zen/Zen+ microarchitecture, no calls or returns, and predicts with zero bubbles. The L1 BTB has 512 entries (256 in Zen) and creates one bubbl
    57 KB (8,680 words) - 11:32, 13 September 2021
  • |issues=2 ...-level smartphone and other embedded devices. Often A53 cores are combined with higher performance processors (e.g. based on {{armh|Cortex-A57|l=arch}} or
    6 KB (755 words) - 12:50, 11 January 2021
  • | issues = 2 ...ium Networks" or "content networking". This microarchitecture was designed with network-related applications (L3 through L7) in mind which resulted in a la
    7 KB (870 words) - 19:38, 23 June 2017
  • |issues=5 ...duction of {{intel|Skylake SP|l=core}} as well as a new enthusiasts family with the introduction of {{intel|Skylake X|l=core}}.
    52 KB (7,651 words) - 23:05, 23 March 2020
  • ...asso|l=core}} || From 2/4 to 4/8 || Mainstream desktop & mobile processors with GPU [[Linux]] added initial support for Zen starting with Linux Kernel 4.10. [[Microsoft]] officially only supports Zen on Windows 10
    11 KB (1,613 words) - 13:19, 25 August 2021
  • ...series of supercomputer developed in [[Japan]]. PEZY collaborates closely with ExaScaler, a company that provides immersion cooling systems. Together, the ...ted register files for each thread. Threads are are interleaved each cycle with switching done to reduce [[forwarding]] and in order mitigate the lack of [
    6 KB (838 words) - 09:33, 9 May 2019

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