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'''CPU Complex''' or '''Core Complex''' ('''CCX''') is a term used by [[AMD]] to describe a cluster of [[physical cores]] found in their {{amd|Zen|l=arch}} microarchitecture.
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'''CPU Complex''' or '''Core Complex''' ('''CCX''') is a term used by [[AMD]] to describe a cluster of [[physical cores]] along with the shared [[level 3 cache]] and the crossbar {{amd|infinity fabric|that interlinks them}}. AMD has used the term for their {{amd|Zen|l=arch}} and {{amd|Zen+|l=arch}} microarchitectures.
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 02:36, 15 April 2018

CPU Complex or Core Complex (CCX) is a term used by AMD to describe a cluster of physical cores along with the shared level 3 cache and the crossbar that interlinks them. AMD has used the term for their Zen and Zen+ microarchitectures.


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