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Over previous generations of ia 32 intel mobile

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Unformatted text preview: uction set A 400 or 533 MHz, Source-Synchronous Processor System Bus Advanced power management using Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology 2.1.10 The Intel Pentium Processor Extreme Edition (2005-2007) The Intel Pentium processor Extreme Edition introduced dual-core technology. This technology provides advanced hardware multi-threading support. The processor is based on Intel NetBurst microarchitecture and supports SSE, SSE2, SSE3, HyperThreading Technology, and Intel 64 architecture. See also: Section 2.2.2, "Intel NetBurst Microarchitecture" Section 2.2.3, "Intel CoreTM Microarchitecture" Section 2.2.4, "SIMD Instructions" Section 2.2.5, "Hyper-Threading Technology" Section 2.2.6, "Multi-Core Technology" Section 2.2.7, "Intel 64 Architecture" Vol. 1 2-5 INTEL 64 AND IA-32 ARCHITECTURES 2.1.11 The Intel CoreTM Duo and Intel CoreTM Solo Processors (2006-Current) The Intel Core Duo processor offers power-efficient, dual-core performance with a low-power design that extends battery life. This family and the single-core Intel Core Solo processor offer microarchitectural enhancements over Pentium M processor family. Its enhanced microarchitecture includes: Intel Smart Cache which allows for efficient data sharing between two processor cores Improved decoding and SIMD execution Intel Dynamic Power Coordination and Enhanced Intel Deeper Sleep to reduce power consumption Intel Advanced Thermal Manager which features digital thermal sensor interfaces Support for power-optimized 667 MHz bus The dual-core Intel Xeon processor LV is based on the same microarchitecture as Intel Core Duo processor, and supports IA-32 architecture. 2.1.12 The Intel Xeon Processor 5100 Series and Intel CoreTM2 Processor Family (2006-Current) The Intel Xeon processor 3000, 5100, and 5300 series, Intel Core 2 Extreme, Intel Core 2 Quad processors, and Intel Core 2 Duo processor family support Intel 64 architecture; and they are based on the high-performance, power-efficient Intel Core microarchitecture. The Intel Core microarchitecture includes the following innovative features: Intel Wide Dynamic Execution to increase performance and execution throughput Intel Intelligent Power Capability to reduce power consumption Intel Advanced Smart Cache which allows for efficient data sharing between two processor cores Intel Smart Memory Access to increase data bandwidth and hide latency of memory accesses Intel Advanced Digital Media Boost which improves application performance using multiple generations of Streaming SIMD extensions The Intel Xeon processor 5300 series, Intel Core 2 Extreme Quad-core processor, and Intel Core 2 Quad processors support Intel quad-core technology. 2-6 Vol. 1 INTEL 64 AND IA-32 ARCHITECTURES 2.2 MORE ON SPECIFIC ADVANCES The following sections provide more information on major innovations. 2.2.1 P6 Family Microarchitecture The Pentium Pro processor introduced a new microarchitecture commonly referred to as P6...
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