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Intel Penryn presentation
Not so little is known about the next generation of Intel processors, codenamed Penryn, including from the manufacturer itself.
Yesterday, the company’s management, represented by CEO Pat Gelsinger, shared with the press new details about the 45-nm Penryn and the new Nehalem architecture that follows them.
So, we already knew from the previous presentation that Penryn will differ from Conroe with new materials used as a dielectric – silicon dioxide, which has been used by Intel in recent decades, will be abandoned in favor of dielectrics with a large dielectric constant (high-k). This will eliminate the need for polysilicon gates and use metal. This step alone can increase the switching speed of transistors by 20% and, as a result, increase the speed of processors.
Gelsinger, in addition, noted that the reduction in energy consumption from the introduction of the new technical process will be 30 percent.
Dual-core Penryn will be equipped with L2 cache up to 6 MB, quad-core – up to 12 MB.
We have already written about the introduction of a new set of 50 SSE4 instructions in the new generation of processors. The presentation also talked about an innovation called Super Shuffle Engine, through which new processors will be able to perform 128-bit data movement operations in one clock cycle, which will increase the benefits of SSE4 implementation.
Penryn will be twice as fast as Core 2 at performing division operations, processing 4, not 2 operations per clock.
System bus frequencies in new processors will reach 1600 MHz. However, this value was confirmed by Gelsinger only for the Xeon family.
Penryn will support a new low power mode – C6 (“deep power down”). This is the mode of minimum power consumption when the maximum number of functional blocks is disabled in the processor.
Penryn will support Dynamic Acceleration technology. It lies in the fact that when one of the cores is not involved, it can be turned off, while the second can work even at an increased frequency from the nominal, as long as the heat dissipation of the processor is within the TDP set by the manufacturer.
Very little has been said about the Split-Load Cache technology and improvements in the virtualization mechanism, details will be provided later.
Penryn desktop and server clock speeds will exceed 3 GHz. Intel is currently testing its processors at frequencies up to 3.2 GHz. Gelsinger noted that at a frequency of 3.2 GHz, new processors in games will be faster than the flagship Core 2 (recall, 2.93 GHz) today by 20%. In applications that actively use SSE4, for example, media encoding, the difference will reach 40% or more.
In the server segment, the new Caneland platform with FSB 1600 MHz will outperform the current quad-core Xeons by 45%.
Dual-core Penryn will have a TDP of 65W, quad-core – 95 and 130W.
The updated Xeon will be available in 40, 65 and 80 W thermal package options for two cores and 50/80/120 W for four.
A separate material will be devoted to Nehalem’s presentation, which will appear on our pages a little later.