N/APosted on - 03/30/2015
What is shared QPI in Intel Core i7 Processors?Did Intel share L3 cache in the Core i7 processors offers better cache? What is that and how is better than previous? Intel also worked on Multithreaded Performance to optimize, How to do? Is there any changes on DDR memory interface ?Is Virtualization Performance same or improved?
Tell me about Intel Core i7 Processors
The Intel QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) is a direct processor interconnect developed by Intel that was launched in 2008-2009. Intel common refer to it as a Common System Interface (CSI).
It is better than L3 Cache since the processor directly process and simulates operations and reduces overhead process time. Meaning to say that newer versions of Intel processors are better and faster. Multithreaded performance and visualization is much better. It doesn’t only saves time or create a much faster processes but it also saves power because the process is much quicker. The point-to-point process of Intel QPI is only directly process from the processor to system and hardware operation. 8-16GB of DDRRAM are the most effective memory to use. Plus it is much cheaper and having full memory will give more difference in the real time speed processes.