A multicore computer combines two or more processors on a single computer chip. The multicore architecture poses challenges to software developers to exploit the capability for multi-threading across multiple cores.

Multicore Computers - Computer Architecture

In this “Multicore Computers - Computer Architecture” you will learn about following topics:

  1. Introduction of Multicore Computers
  2. Hardware Performance Issues
  3. Increase in Parallelism
  4. Alternative Chip Organizations
  5. Power Consumption
  6. Software Performance Issues
  7. Software in Multicore
  8. Multicore Organization
  9. Dual-Core and Quad-Core Processor
  10. Difference between Dual-Core and Quad-Core Processor
  11. Power Efficient Processors




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BCA 5th Semester CA (Computer Architecture) Notes Pdf:

  1. Unit I: Introduction To Computer Architecture And Organization - Computer Architecture
  2. Unit II: Register Transfer And Micro Operations - Computer Architecture
  3. Unit III: Central Processing Unit (CPU) - Computer Architecture
  4. Unit IV: Computer Arithmetic - Computer Architecture
  5. Unit V: Control Unit (CU) - Computer Architecture
  6. Unit VI: Memory Organization - Computer Architecture
  7. Unit VII: Input/Ouput Organization - Computer Architecture
  8. Unit VIII: Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) - Computer Architecture
  9. Unit IX: Introduction To Parallel Processing - Computer Architecture