HYPER THREADING TECHNOLOGY

Prepared By:
PARESH V. KHOKHAR

GUIDE:
Mr. RAHUL SONI

CO-GUIDE:
Mr. BINTU KADHIWALA

Introduction .

CONVENTIONAL MULTITHREADING  Single Threading .

 SMP .Cont.

 SUPERTHREADING WITH A MULTITHREADED PROCESSOR .Cont.

HYPER THREADING  Simultaneous multithreading (SMT) .

 How HT enable Processor and Traditional Dual Processor System Look from Logical CPU Consideration.gif Cont.http://Images/64 HYP10. .

L2. L1. etc. like the scheduling queues. uop queue. L3 Microarchitectural registers Execution Units Partitioned o o o Shared o o o . Caches: trace cache.IMPLEMENTING HYPERTHREADING  Replicated     Register renaming logic Instruction Pointer ITLB Return stack predictor Various other architectural registers Re-order buffers (ROBs) Load/Store buffers Various queues.

Cont.  Replicated Resources Partitioned resources  Statically Partitioned Queue .

Cont. Dynamically Partitioned Queue   Caching and SMT Cache conflicts .

BIOS SUPPORT  Logical processor startup sequence  HT enable/disable .

PERFORMANCE .

HYPER THREADING VS DUAL CORE .

.Cont.

• OPERATING SYSTEM SUPPORT    Windows 98 Windows 2000 Windows XP • System Requirements  A processor that supports HT Technology  HT Technology enabled chipset  HT Technology enabled system BIOS  HT Technology enabled/optimized operating system .

3.73 GHz.73 GHz. 3.60 GHz 1066 MHz system bus: 3.06 GHz.Intel® processors and chipsets support HT Technology:  1066 MHz system bus: 3. 3. 3.33 GHz. 2.80 GHz.20 GHz.80 GHz    .20 GHz 533 MHz system bus: 3. 3.46 GHz 800 MHz system bus: 3.46 GHz. 3.

Future .

CONCLUSION     The Performance of Computer System will be Increase With More Economical Price With Least Addition in Power consumption Performance Vs Cost ratio is high .

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