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Two New Technologies Applied into Our Life, 2011: By Jin Woo Jung, Won Chul Song, and Nicholas Yuritas IS245-001
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Sandy Bridge Processors “TWO in ONE” Introduction Processor improvements are incremental; they are mostly like to be improvement in execution speed and better power management. However, the new Intel chips took a more extensive and substantial leap this time. Intel has introduced its second generation core processors, code- named ‘Sandy Bridge’ in early 2011 while promising the remarkable improvements in performance, power efficiency and graphics capabilities. A sandy bridge processor runs at up to twice the speed than previous processors from Intel. Also with the combination of CPU (Central Processing Unit) and the graphics processor onto a single piece of silicon, system will perfectly support the smooth playback of 3D Blu-ray and 1080p HD contents. The difference that user will get to experience is ‘quite a lot’, according to Intel. About Sandy Bridge These processors have a whole new architecture that is not simply a revision of previous Core i3, i5 and i7. The company optimized CPU cores and enlarged the capacity of caches for that is used in the CPU, allowing for more efficient, faster handling of multiple tasks simultaneously. A new ring bus technology participates in a looping sequence, accepting and off-loading the intensive amount of data as it progresses, which enables faster yet accurate communications between four cores and the integrated graphics processor. Intel also upgraded its Turbo Boost Technology and implanted onto sandy bridge processors. It detects the circulating heat temperature that CPU is outputting and the amount of power it is consuming. By using those measurements, it allows CPU cores to overclock themselves to boost up the speed. Turbo Boost technology really can push CPU to beyond the boundaries of its factory rated capability. New features and technology will make performance way better in just about any application that relies heavily on the CPU. Intel has focused to improve the performance of its processors remarkably yet to consume less power than their predecessors. Less power consumption will result in cooler and quieter system environment, longer life span on components and batteries. Intel has announced and released the wide spectrum of sandy bridge processors that can be served in difference purposes such as desktop, laptop and server computers. The company is expecting to release improved sandy bridge processors (size and efficiency wise) that will strive in tablet PC industry and provide Intel the competitive advantage in the market.
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Advance Technology Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors have added great advantages to users. With the use of Sandy Bridge processors Intel has made them use much less power than their former line of processors. The lower power consumption of these processors will greatly benefit users of portable computers the most. The users of portable computing platforms will have longer battery
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2012 for the course IT 420, 245 taught by Professor Kattering during the Spring '12 term at NJIT.

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