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ARCHORG_Ivy Bridge vs Haswell

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Danielle Lladoc

on 13 April 2013

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Transcript of ARCHORG_Ivy Bridge vs Haswell

Jasmine Ang, Luis Miguel de Leon, Justin Ervin Garcia, Danielle Lladoc, Ravi Militar Comparison Between Ivy Bridge and Haswell Processor Micro Architecture Significant influences is the level of integration driven by Moore’s Law and the Tick-Tock model Codename for the microprocessor architecture belonging to Intel Corporation’s 3rd Generation Core Processors History of Ivy Bridge Developed in 2011 as a successor to Sandy Bridge Why was Ivy Bridge introduced? Gate lengths became 32nm Introduction Intel leads the micro-architecture innovation field Intel used his golden rule as a principle and a springboard Introduction Ivy Bridge is the ‘tick’ Haswell is the ‘tock’ Haswell is the successor to the Ivy Bridge architecture Haswell to be released sometime in June 2013 First to implement the Tri-Gate transistors (3-D) and 22nm process Ivy Bridge Architecture Its successor is Sandy Bridge Production of Ivy Bridge started in third quarter of 2011 Advancement since the release of planar “2D” transistors during the mid-20th century PC Advisor tested Ivy Bridge saying "Ivy Bridge is most certainly an improvement over its predecessor.." noting that “[graphics] performance sees the more impressive boost.." This caused planar transistors to suffer from off-state leakage current As one of the solutions to this, Intel introduced the 22nm process technology Haswell Architecture Abbreviated as HSW Set to be the successor of the current processor microarchitecture, the Ivy Bridge Using the 22nm process New CPU core and graphics
Substantial changes in terms of memory, power delivery and power management
Processors are aimed at 10W History of Haswell Began the development during the fourth quarter of the year 2012 Haswell microprocessors are said to enable true all-day battery life, which represents the highest battery life capability improvement in Intel history First to take full advantage of it in comparison to its predecessor Revolutionize mobile devices through a wide increase in performance paired up with lower power consumption Why was Haswell introduced? Intel wanted to make a huge impact that would revolutionize the world of computers and technology According to Paul Otellini, they are hoping to make the most out of the 22nm process which they weren’t able to do with the Ivy Bridge Comparative Assessment/Analysis Fundamental Differences Haswell has the twice the Vector processing performance Haswell has Up to double the performance of the integrated GPU. (Haswell GT3 vs Ivy Bridge HD4000) Fundamental Differences Intel Transactional Synchronization Extensions (TSX).

Graphics support in hardware for Direct3D 11.1 and OpenGL 4.0. (Open Graphics Library)

DDR4 for the enterprise/server variant (Double Data Rate)

Supervisor mode access prevention (SMAP)

Intel transactional synchronization extensions and up to 32mb unified cache LLC (Logic Link Control) Commonalities 22 nm processing node 3D Tri-Scale transistors
14-staged pipeline Strengths Ivy Bridge Haswell less power backward capability feature better power management twice the CPU performance Weaknesses Ivy Bridge Haswell N/A Game Graphics Conclusions / Recommendations Thank You for Listening! Same Power management Haswell has not been released in the market yet Additional features of Haswell
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