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  • Memory Wall -- HPBD 070809

    In 1994, Wulf and McKee predicted that computer performance improvement would soon cease. They reasoned that CPUs were becoming too fast for their own good. CPUs would soon become so much faster than memory that program execution time would depend entirely on how fast the memory could feed CPUs data...
  • 04-08-2009 - Nehalem and Memory Configurations

    The Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series architecture (code named, "Nehalem")–based systems bring a whole new level of memory bandwidth to the high-performance computing (HPC) party. But the new architecture brings with it some options that allow you to trade memory price, memory...