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Workstation Processors. Manuel Ortiz Bey Eduardo Diaz Hector Ramos. 2 ½ Bits Electrical and Computer Engineering August 27 th , 2004. Outline. Introduction Processor Key Elements and Comparison Considerations. Workstation Processors. High End Mainstream Low End Conclusion

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workstation processors

Workstation Processors

Manuel Ortiz Bey

Eduardo Diaz

Hector Ramos

2 ½ Bits

Electrical and Computer Engineering

August 27th, 2004

outline
Outline
  • Introduction
    • Processor Key Elements and Comparison Considerations.
  • Workstation Processors.
    • High End
    • Mainstream
    • Low End
  • Conclusion
    • Best High End, Mainstream, and Low End Processors.
  • References
introduction
L1 Cache

L2 Cache

FSB (Front Side Bus)

Process Technology

Power Consumption

Special Instructions

Core

Cost

The MegaHertz Battle

Introduction
high end processors
High-End Processors
  • AMD Athlon64 2800+ - 3400+:
    • Clawhammer Core
      • 1.8-2.2GHz
      • 128KB L1, 512KB L2 / 1MB L2
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+, Cool’n’Quiet
      • 89W
      • 130 nm
      • 200Mhz
      • Integrated memory controller, HyperTransport, 64-bits
      • $149 - $283
high end processors1
High-End Processors
  • AMD Athlon64 FX-53:
    • Sledgehammer Core
      • 2.4GHz
      • 128KB L1, 1MB L2
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+, Cool’n’Quiet
      • 89W
      • 130 nm
      • 200Mhz
      • Integrated dual DDR memory controller
      • $775
high end processors2
High-End Processors
  • AMD Athlon64 3800+:
    • Newcastle
      • 2.4GHz
      • 128KB L1, 512KB L2
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+, Cool’n’Quiet
      • 89W
      • 130 nm
      • 200Mhz
      • Integrated dual DDR memory controller, half L2 cache
      • $643
high end processors3
High-End Processors
  • Intel Pentium4 3.4E Extreme Edition:
    • Prescott
      • 3.4GHz
      • 16KB L1, 1MB L2, 2MB L3
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, Hyper-Threading
      • 103W
      • 90 nm
      • 800Mhz
      • Increased HyperThreading performance, 31 pipeline stages, SSE3
      • $1,059
mainstream processors
Mainstream Processors
  • AMD Athlon XP:
    • Thoroughbred Core
      • 1.72-2.17GHz
      • 128KB L1, 256KB L2
      • MMX, SSE, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+
      • 62.1W-68.3W
      • 130 nm
      • 266-333Mhz
      • $60-$109
mainstream processors1
Mainstream Processors
  • AMD Athlon XP:
    • Barton Core
      • 1.83 - 2.2GHz
      • 128KB L1, 512KB L2
      • MMX, SSE, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+
      • 68.3W-74.3W
      • 130 nm
      • 333-400Mhz
      • $79-$200
mainstream processors2
Mainstream Processors
  • Pentium 4:
    • Northwood Core
      • 2.4 - 3.2GHz
      • 20KB L1, 512KB L2
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, Hyper Threading
      • 66.2W-82.0W
      • 130 nm
      • 400-800Mhz
      • $130 -$289
mainstream processors3
Mainstream Processors
  • Apple G4:
      • 400-800Mhz
      • 1MB Cache
      • Designed and Enhanced for Multiprocessing
      • 46-113W
      • 150 nm
      • 400-800Mhz
      • N/A
mainstream processors4
Mainstream Processors
  • Apple G5:
      • Up to 2.5Ghz
      • 512KB Cache
      • 64 bit, Multiprocesing, High Precision Calculations per clock cycle.
      • 42W
      • 130 nm
      • 900-1.25Ghz
      • Cost: N/A
low end processors
Low-End Processors
  • Pentium4 Celeron
    • Northwood
      • 950MHz - 2.80 GHz
      • 20 KB L1, 256 KB L2
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, Based on P4
      • 26.7W to 68.4W
      • Process: 130/180nm
      • FSB: up to 400 MHz
      • $57 to $118
low end processors1
Low-End Processors
  • Pentium4 Celeron D
    • Prescott
      • Frequency: 2.4Ghz- 2.8Ghz
      • 28KB L1, 256 KB L2
      • MMX, SSE,SSE2,SSE3, 90nm
      • Process: 90nm
      • 533Mhz
      • Cost:$68- $109
low end processors2
Low-End Processors
  • AMD Sempron (2200+-2800+)
    • Thorton / Thoroughbred
      • 1.5 - 2.0Ghz
      • 128KB L1, 256KB L2
      • MMX, SSE,3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+,HyperTransport
      • Power Consumption: 62W
      • Process: 130nm
      • 333Mhz
      • Cost: $65-$120
low end processors3
Low-End Processors
  • AMD Sempron (3100+)
    • Paris
      • 1.8GHz
      • 128KB L1, 256KB L2
      • MMX, SSE, SSE2, 3DNOW!, 3DNOW!+, Integrated Memory Controller
      • 62W
      • 130nm
      • Cost: $145
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Best High End Processor: Athlon64 FX-53
  • Best Mainstream Processor: AMD Athlon XP Barton
  • Best Low End Processor: AMD Sempron 3100+
references
References
  • Tom’s Hardware Guide http://www.tomshardware.com
  • SharkyExtreme http://www.sharkyextreme.com
  • NewEgg.com http://www.newegg.com
  • Google.com http://www.google.com
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