Kamis, 19 September 2013

Managing multicore memory

MIT News - 6 hari yang lalu
In today’s computers, moving data to and from main memory consumes so much time and energy that microprocessors have their own small, high-speed memory banks, known as “caches,” which store frequently used data. Traditionally, managing the caches has required fairly simple algorithms that can be hard-wired into the chips. In the 21st century, however, in order to meet consumers’ expectations for steadily increasing computational power, chipmakers have had to begin equipping their chips with more and more cores, or processing units. And as cores proliferate, cache management become... lainnya »

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