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Tuesday, February 22, 2022

Wistron AMD KABINI EA-EG-40 50 PX-UMA Motherboard Schematic Circuit Diagram

 Wistron AMD KABINI EA-EG-40 50 PX-UMA Motherboard Schematic Circuit Diagram

Wistron AMD KABINI EA-EG-40 50 PX-UMA Motherboard Schematic Circuit Diagram

Processor Specifications

Many confusing specifications are commonly quoted in CPU discussions. Some of these requirements, such as the data bus, address bus, and speed, are discussed in the sections below. A table detailing the specs of practically all PC CPUs is included in the next post.

Processors are defined by two primary characteristics: their width and speed. A processor's speed is a simple idea. Megahertz (MHz) and gigahertz (GHz) are units of measurement for speed, representing millions and billions of cycles per second, respectively—and quicker is better! Because three primary specifications of a processor are defined in width, discussing the width of a processor is a little more challenging.

  • Data (I/O) bus (also called front-side bus or FSB)
  • Address bus
  • Internal registers
The front-side bus (FSB), processor side bus (PSB), or simply CPU bus are various terms for the processor data bus. All of these phrases relate to the bus that connects the CPU to the chipset's primary component (North Bridge or Memory Controller Hub). Intel uses the terms FSB and PSB, but AMD just uses FSB. In conversation or at my training seminars, I frequently just use CPU bus because it is the least confusing of the terms while being totally true.

The number of bits assigned to a processor might be confusing. Although most current processors feature 64-bit (or bigger) data buses, this does not mean that they are 64-bit processors. Although their data I/O buses are 64 bits wide and their address buses are 36 bits wide, processors from the 386 through the Pentium 4 and Athlon XP are considered 32-bit CPUs because their internal registers are 32 bits large (both wider than their predecessors, the Pentium and K6 processors). Because their internal registers are 64 bits wide, CPUs from the Intel Core 2 series and the AMD Athlon 64 are called 64-bit processors.

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