Tabular comparison for micro processors parameters, Assembly Language

Tabular comparison for µ PS' Parameters

Tables (a) and (b) list the characteristic of Intel microprocessor.

Table(a):

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Table(b):

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It has a 64 bit data bus and 32 bit address bus. Some of the features are Superscalar architecture (more than one execution unit), on-chip  cache memory for code and data, high performance Branch prediction, floating point unit, Performance monitoring.

 

 

 

 

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