More Core Wars

January 14th, 2009

CPUThe speed at which a program is executed on a multi-core system can vary by up to 10 percent, depending on a variety of things from how interrupts are handled to the way the program is coded. Chad’s news has previously discussed the “memory wall” problem that occurs in multi-core computers.

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