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INTEL VS AMD

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HISTORY
• Intel is the world's largest semiconductor
chip maker
• Inventor of x86 Architecture of uPs
• Intel was founded on July 18, 1968, as
Integrated Electronics Corporation
• Intel is based in Santa Clara, California,
USA
• Intel also makes motherboard chipsets,
network interface controllers and
integrated circuits, flash memory,
graphic chips, embedded processors
HISTORY
• Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD)is
an American multinational
semiconductor company based in
Sunnyvale, California
• Main products include microprocessors,
motherboard chipsets, embedded
processors and graphics processors
• AMD is the second-largest global supplier
of microprocessors
• the third-largest supplier of graphics
processing units, behind Intel and
Microprocessor
Data
Cache
Memory
Bus Contro Arithmet
l ic
RAM Bus Unit
Interf & Logic
ace Unit
I/O Unit Instruct Register
ion s
System
Bus Decoder
Floating
Point
Unit
Instruct
ion Register
Cache s

• The 1st uP: Intel 4004
• 8008 Processor
• 8085 Processor
• 8051 Microcontroller
• 8086 Microprocessor
• Pentium I
• Pentium II
• Pentium III
• Pentium IV
• Intel core 2
• Core i7
4040 Processor
• 4040-CPU 1024 bit (256X4) ROM
• 4-Mhz clock,3 I/O ports
• Programmable General Purpose I/O
Device, 8192-bit (1024 x 8) ROM
• 2048-bit (256 x 8) EPROM
8008 Processor
• Introduced April 1, 1972
• Bus Width 8 bits (multiplexed
address/data due to limited pins)
• Number of Transistors 3,500 at
10 µm
• Addressable memory 16 KB
• Typical in dumb terminals, general
calculators, bottling machines
8085 Processor
• Introduced March 1976
• Clock rate 5 MHz
• Bus Width 8 bits data, 16 bits
address
• Number of Transistors 6,500 at 3 µm
• Used as a computer peripheral
controller - modems,
harddisks,printers, etc...
8051 Microcontroller
• 8-bit micro-controller
• Contained all the clock
generating,ROM and RAM circuits
on the chip itself.
Pentium I
• System bus clock rate 60 or 66 MHz
• 32-bit processor with 64-bit bus
width
• 16 KB of L1 cache

8086 Microprocessor
• Introduced June 8, 1978 first 16-bit
microprocessor
• Bus Width 16 bits data, 20 bits
address
• Addressable memory 1 megabyte
• Used in portable computing, and in
the IBM PS/2 Model 25 and Model
30
Pentium II
• Introduced May 7, 1997
• Number of transistors 7.5 million
• 32-bit processor
Pentium III
• Introduced February 26, 1999
• Improved PII, i.e. P6-based core, now
including Streaming SIMD
Extensions (SSE)
• Number of transistors 9.5 million
• System Bus clock rate 100 MHz

Pentium 4 (2.2GHz)
• Introduced December 2001

• 55 million transistors

• 32-bit word size


• 2 ALU’s, each working at 4.4GHz


• 128-bit FPU

• 0.13 micron process


• Targeted use: PC’s and low-end workstations


Intel core 2
• Conroe - 65 nm process technology
• Two cores on one die, Introduced July
27, 2006
• Number of Transistors 291 Million
• 64 KB of L1 cache per core (32+32
KB 8-way)
Core i7
• Bloomfield - 45 nm process
technology
• 256 KB L2 cache,8 MB L3 cache
• 256 KB L2 cache
• 781 million transistors, introduced
November 17, 2008
• 975 (extreme edition) - 3.33 GHz
AMD Products Over The
Years
K5
• First release: October 7, 1996
• Clockrate: 75, 90, 100 MHz
• L1-Cache: 8 + 16 KB (Data +
Instructions)
• 4.3 million Transistors in 350 nm

• 8.8 million transistors in 350 nm
• L1-Cache: 32 + 32 KB (Data +
Instructions)
• First release: April 2, 1997
• Clockrate: 166, 200, 233 MHz
Athlon
• Produced: From mid 1999 to 2005
• Clock Rate: 500 MHz to 2.33 GHz
• L1-Cache: 64 + 64 KB
• L2-Cache: 512 KB


Athlon 64
• From 2003 to present
• 1.0 GHz to 3.2 GHz
• FX, X2, TURION 64, NEO
Model Clock Core L2 Fab TDP Price
speed 2
Core 2 Duo 1.83GH s Cache 65nm
2MB Proces 65w
E6300
Core 2 Duo z2.13GH 2 (total)
2MB 65nm 65w $183
E6400
Core 2 Duo z2.4GHz 2 4MB 65nm 65w
E6600
Core 2 Duo 2.66GH 2 4MB 65nm 65w $224
E67002
Core z
2.93GH 2 4MB 65nm 75w
Extreme
Core 2 Quad z2.4GHz 4 8MB 65nm 105w $316
X6800
Q6600
Core 2 2.66GH 4 8MB 65nm 130w
ExtremeQX z $530
6700
$999

$851

$999
Price

$170

$222

$326

$459

$599

$799

$999
Model Price Model Price

Core 2 Duo $183 Athlon 64 X2 $170


E6300 4400+
Core 2 Duo $224 Athlon 64 X2 $222
E6400 5000+
Core 2 Duo $316 Athlon 64 X2 $326
E6700 5600+
Core 2Duo $530 Athlon 64 X2 $459
E6600 6000
Core 2 Quad $851 Athlon 64 FX- $799
Q6600 72
Core 2 Extreme $99 Athlon 64 FX- $999
QX6700 74
Opteron
• First released in June 30, 2003
• AMD released Opteron 8425 HE in
July 13, 2009
• It has 6 × 512 KB L2 Cache and 6 MB
L3 Cache
• Clock frequency is 2.1GHz
Phenom

• Phenom X4 9150e is a quad core


processor released on July 1, 2008
• Operating frequency is 1.8 GHz
• Has L2 4X512 KB and L3 2MB cache.
• Pitched against Intels Quad Core i7
processor.