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  • adj. Situated on the same chip (of silicon etc)

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  • Other features include a HyperThreading support for each processor and a total on-die L2 cache of 1MB, with 512K for each core.

    Intel Announces Two Cores in Atom

  • This microarchitecture includes larger on-die caches.

    Intel launches Pentium 4

  • With graphics now handled by an on-die Intel HD 3000 IGP, there is no longer a need for the NVIDIA 320M controller with integrated graphics.

    Ars Technica

  • Advanced capabilities allow for intelligent sharing and duplication of resources between threads and a larger amount of on-die cache per core.

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  • On the Intel side, NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsuan confirmed that Intel could use the licensing agreement to produce a Sandy Bridge successor with an on-die GPU based on NVIDIA technology.

    Ars Technica

  • Sure, the Brazos platform launch was technically the first time that AMD put a CPU and GPU onto the same die, but Llano is supposed to be what the company originally intended with Fusion-a combination of CPU cores and vector hardware that's somehow more "integrated" than a normal on-die GPU.

    Ars Technica

  • But probably the most important single element is its on-die switching fabric.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Then I went into the mainboard BIOS program and optimized some clock settings there so that my RAM and bus speeds were maxed out and I was getting the most out of the on-die memory controller, Hyperthreading and the L2 cache.

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  • Today I will be looking at the Intel Core i5 661, a dual core LGA 1156 processor built in the 32nm process, with on-die video ...

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  • It's not even an on-die solution, because Intel couldn't get it down to 32nm; it sits on the 45nm chip on the single package.

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