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Computer Maintenance Unit Subtitle: CPUs Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.1
How the CPU Works Input/output (I/O) unit Manages data and instructions entering and leaving the CPU Arithmetic logic units (ALUs) Do all comparisons and calculations Control unit Manages all activities inside the CPU itself 2Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
How the CPU Works 3Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Attributes Used to Rate CPU CPU speed measured in Megahertz or Gigahertz Efficiency of programming code Number of transistors Number of registers Word size Data path 4 continued… Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Attributes Used to Rate CPU Maximum number of memory addresses Amount of memory included with the CPU Multiprocessing ability Special functionality 5Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
The Pentium and Its Competitors Pentium processor is a true multiprocessor (has two ALUs) Terminology Bus speed Processor speed The multiplier Memory cache 6Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
The Pentium and Its Competitors 7Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
8 Intel departed from simply increasing the speed of its Pentium processor line by introducing the Pentium Pro processor. While compatible with all of the previous software written for the Intel processor line, the Pentium Pro is optimized to run 32-bit software. Pentium Upgrades Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Intel Itaniums The next-generation processor Intels first 64-bit processor for microcomputers Designed for high-end enterprise servers Uses a new instruction set called the EPIC (explicitly parallel instruction computing) architecture 9Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Heat Sinks and Cooling Fans Heat sinks Used by older CPUs to pull heat away from the CPU Clip-on devices that mount on top of the CPU Cooling fans Keep temperatures below the Intel maximum limit of 185 degrees F/85 degrees C 10Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
11 Microprocessor Cooling Systems Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Cooling Fan 12Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Cooling Fan 13Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Packages SECC (Single Edge Contact Cartridge) SECC2 (Single Edge Contact Cartridge, version 2) SEP (Single Edge Processor) PPGA (Plastic Pin Grid Array) PGA (Pin Grid Array) OOI/OLGA (Organic Land Grid Array) FC-PGA (Flip Chip Pin Grid Array) FC-PGA2 (Flip Chip Pin Grid Array 2) PAC (Pin Array Cartridge) 14Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Plastic Pin Grid Array 15Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Slots and Sockets The physical connection used to connect the CPU to the system board Slots 1 and 2 are proprietary Intel slots Slot A is a proprietary AMD slot Current CPU sockets are called zero insertion force (ZIF) sockets and have a small lever on the side of the socket that lifts the CPU up and out of the socket 16Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Slots and Sockets 17Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Voltage Regulator Dual-voltage CPUs Single-voltage CPUs 18Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
CPU Voltage Regulator 19Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Relationship of CPU Speed to Bus Speed When the multiplier that determines CPU speed is large, overall performance of system is not as good as when multiplier is small Change the speed of a computer by Changing speed of system bus, or Changing multiplier that determines speed of CPU 20Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
21 Popular CPU chips Intel, AMD, and Cyrix Characteristics include: Physical size Voltage Speeds On-board cache or not Sockets/ SEC (Single Edge Contact) Cartridge Number of pins Motorola manufacturers the chips found in Apple computers. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
22 Inside the Pentium Microprocessor Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Sun SPARC Processor 23 The SPARC processor is a 64-bit processor built to run Sun Unix servers. Eliminated the Northbridge by incorporating the memory and PCI controllers into the CPU. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
24 One method of increasing the memory- access speed of a computer is called caching. This memory management method assumes that most memory accesses are made within a limited block of addresses. Cache Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Processor and Memory Buses 25 The processor bus is the set of wires used to carry information to and from the processor. This activity is normally controlled by the system chipset. The memory bus connects the processor bus to the system memory and cache; in practice, the processor and memory buses can be thought of as the same thing. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Dedicated "Backside" Cache Bus 26 Conventional processors use level 2 cache on the motherboard and connect to it using the standard memory bus arrangement. To achieve better performance, many newer processors use a dedicated high-speed bus to connect the processor to the level 2 cache. A special backside bus manages this high- speed data link between the processor and the level 2 cache. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Processor / Memory Data Bus 27 Every bus is composed of two distinct parts: the data bus and the address bus. The data bus is what most people refer to when talking about a bus; these are the lines that actually carry the data being transferred. The CPU and memory connect to one another via the data bus. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Processor / Memory Address Bus 28 The address bus is the set of lines that carry information about where in memory the data is to be transferred to or from. No actual data is carried on this bus, rather memory addresses, which control the location that data is either read from or written to, are sent here. The speed of the address bus is the same as the data bus it is matched to. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
System Clocks 29 Every modern PC has multiple system clocks. Each of these vibrates at a specific frequency, normally measured in MHz (megahertz, or millions of cycles per second). A clock "tick" is the smallest unit of time in which processing happens, and is sometimes called a cycle; some types of work can be done in one cycle while others require many. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
System Clocks 30 The various clocks in the modern PC are created using a single clock generator circuit (on the motherboard) to generate the "main" system clock, and then various clock multiplier or divider circuits to create the other signals. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Multiprocessing 31 Multiprocessing is running a system with more than one processor. The theory is of course that you can double performance by using two processors instead of one. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Multiprocessing 32 In addition, multiprocessing is most effective when used with application software designed specifically for it. Multiprocessing is managed by the operating system, which allocates different tasks to be performed by the various processors in the system. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Multiprocessing 33 Multiprocessing can be said to be either asymmetric or symmetric. The term refers to how the operating system divides tasks between the processors in the system. Asymmetric multiprocessing designates some processors to perform system tasks only, and others to run applications only. Symmetric multiprocessing, often abbreviated SMP, allows either system or user tasks to run on any processor, which is more flexible and therefore leads to better performance. SMP is what most multiprocessing PC motherboards use. Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
Choosing a CPU 34 When choosing a CPU, the following should be considered: Manufacturer – the most popular type of CPU is from Intel Speed – the faster the speed of a CPU, the faster the computer can operate Socket Type – the type of socket on the system board determines the type of CPU you can install on the computer Fans – if upgrading, make sure you have enough space inside the computer to fit a new CPUs fan Copyright © Texas Education Agency, All rights reserved.
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