Final Year CSE Seminar Report on AMD’S Bulldozer Architecture

Introduction to Final Year CSE Seminar Topic on AMD’S Bulldozer Architecture:

 This CSE Seminar Topic is about Bulldozer. Bulldozer is considered as an Advanced Micro Devices abbreviated as (AMD) Central processing unit the codename which is given for the server also the processors of the desktop are introduced in the month of October 2011.

The processor Bulldozer is designed from the initial stage but not as an extension of other processors. The development of it aims at around 10-125 watt products which are for computing. AMD has resulted in the improving the efficiency of the performance-per-watt in the applications of high-performance computing applications with the implementation of the Bulldozer processors.

The processor is a dual core block which is capable of supporting two threads for the execution. It is capable of placing from the mainstream clients to that of the servers. The architecture of the bulldozer works with two integer cores. Each possesses 2 ALU’s and 2 AGU’s capable of executing operations which can be either memory or even arithmetic per clock cycle. The execution pipeline provides hardware such that the performance increases in case of the multi-threaded applications.

In this paper when we speak about the module have two cores, this Bulldozer when compared to that of the Intel core provides the Hyper Threading. Where Bulldozer provides the scheduler and also the integer units for each thread and Intel’s core is capable of accessing all the available resources but not the individual thread information.

In this paper we have discussed about Bulldozer. Bulldozer is considered as an Advanced Micro Devices abbreviated as (AMD) Central processing unit the codename which is given for the server also the processors of the desktop.

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