- n. Plural form of CPU.
“Packing servers with multiple CPUs is like throwing a team of day laborers at building a house.”
“Either way it will come back to haunt you because the performance gain of adding CPUs is far less than adding additional servers.”
“But make no mistake: the company’s intent for one branch of Atom CPUs is to offer solid performance with low power consumption, much like ARM has done for some time.”
“A major problem with CPUs is that you have a limited number of metal planes, and so you can’t just arbitrarily stack one connection on top of another — given an initial collection of nodes and connections, you have to arrange these in 3D space so that they conform to as few metal planes as possible.)”
“Obviously gamers and game developers want the absolute fastest graphics hardware and CPUs, which is why game machines have the highest ASP of any category.”
“Oddly enough their CPUs are the ones that are slower per clock now and there is no end in sight.”
“That simple sentence best explains Intel's brand-new series of CPUs, which is sure to please budget users everywhere while confounding power users.”
“T licensed UNIX primarily to universities and researchers, along with the source code, for teaching purposes as well as internal use, but in the latter case, such use was limited to specific Central Processing Units ( "CPUs").”
“There is a parameter used for most high-dissipation ICs (such as CPUs and GPUs) - It's called "thermal design power".”
“Both Athlon II and Phenom II are socket AM3 CPUs, meaning that they can be installed on socket AM2+ or socket AM3 motherboards, depending on whether you want DDR2 or DDR3 memories on your computer, respectively.”
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