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A Comparison of Intel Processors - Archorg S17 Presentation

Edgar Joseph Ferdinand Andres, Rodrigo Cal Jr., Joyce Emlyn Guiao, In Yong Lee, Kent Vince Siangco. Submitted to: Mr. Christian Echavez
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Inyong Lee

on 14 April 2013

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Transcript of A Comparison of Intel Processors - Archorg S17 Presentation

Intel's Latest Microarchitectures Intel Sandy Bridge Conclusion and Recommendation Successor to Nehalem Microarchitecture Comparative Analysis Intel Ivy Bridge Intel Haswell Introduction Intel has the largest stakes in desktop computing Processors - integral part of any computer system Consumers should be aware of the different architectures currently available in today's market Focusing on their 'Core' series of Processors Codename for the microarchitecture used by Intel follows a "Tick-tock" Development Model follows a “getting processors smaller and yet more powerful” design philosophy and every "tock" is a new microarchitecture. every tick is a shrinking of process technology of the previous microarchitecture Known for Atom Celeron Core Pentium Successor of Sandy Bridge Follows a "tick" development model Uses Tri-gate transistors Which means A tock that is an upcoming processor architecture uses the same 22nm process in the near future focus more on graphics improvements reducing power consumption with further optimizations Reduced Power Consumption improved Efficiency Performance Graphics Sandy Bridge is 30% larger compared to the succeeding models. Which makes the smaller successors faster and more efficient Sandy Bridge offers the most number of cores (8) Which means it has the most number of threads. However, Haswell will be available with models handling up to six cores All three architectures have the same capacity of L1 and L2 cache Haswell will support up to 32MB L3 cache Originally the GMCH and processor were held in a single die Sandy Bridge's HD Graphics has the GMCH and processor in separate die This greatly reduces the latency and generally improves performance On the other hand, Ivy Bridge is an improvement to Sandy Bridge It performs 25% to 68% better in integrated graphics Haswell boasts are larger variety as well as performance Its GT3 model is expected to be twice as fast as the HD Graphics 4xxx series Core i7 Extreme Processor Newer architectures are usually superior than older architectures Moving from Sandy Bridge to Ivy Bridge disadvantages Lesser performance improvements Not enough to justify the cost in terms of performance Haswell being a 'Tock' architecture will bring numerous features Redesigned L3 Cache Integrated Voltage Regulator Wait for Haswell! Sandy Bridge currently has better performance Overclocking is a plus for Sandy Bridge Presented By...
Edgar Joseph Ferdinand Andres
Rodrigo Cal Jr.
Joyce Emlyn Guiao
In Yong Lee
Kent Vince Siangco
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