Intel ប្រកាស CPU ជំនាន់ថ្មីគឺ Itanium: 32nm, 8-core Poulson
Intel talks up next-gen Itanium: 32nm, 8-core Poulson
It's been a long time since Intel tried to introduce a new Itanium chip. Now Chipzilla is upping the ante -- moving to 32nm process, adding up to four more cores, and tacking on more than one billion additional transistors. Poulson also adds a new feature called Intel Instruction Replay Technology, which adds a buffer for more quickly recovering from errors, allowing the chip to pick up from the last known good instruction instead of having to completely flush the pipeline. Those looking to upgrade will also be happy to hear that the upcoming IA-64 CPU is pin compatible with Tukwila, so customers can simply drop the new processor in to existing systems.