- Jun 7, 2007
Also, a core may perform many ops in a single clock cycle, depending on what they are...so saying a core can only perform oneWell it’s news to me that we’re moving away from GHz and that “core” is now a new metric.
This lawsuit is absurd
Edited to match terminology: if they had said task, they wouldn't really be that wrong. Context switches are pretty expensive after all. But a cpu core may perform many calculations in a single cycle, and some ops even modify two pieces of data at a time (while performing the calculation).