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Multi-Core CPUs
Many-Core Microprocessor
Multi-Core Microprocessor

A chip multiprocessor (CMP) or multi-core architecture is a logic design architecture whereby multiple processing units (e.g., CPU cores) are integrated onto a single monolithic integrated circuit or onto multiple dies in a single package.

History[edit]

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Overview[edit]

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Heterogeneous multi-core architectures[edit]

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Single and Multi-ISA designs[edit]

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Manycore[edit]

Main article: Manycore Microprocessor
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Multi-core chips[edit]

Recent high core-core chips[edit]

The following is a select list of recent (2019) high core-count commercial chips:

28 cores
30 cores
32 cores
40 cores
46 cores
48 cores
56 cores
64 cores
68 cores
72 cores
100 cores
128 cores
1024 cores
2048 cores

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