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Monday, March 01, 2010

Why High MHz Doesn't Necessarily Mean High Performance

Read our white paper. Traditionally, performance has been associated with higher frequency. However, higher performance can be achieved even while running the processor at lower frequency. This leads to not only lower power, but also to better architecture-performance efficiency and lower area. This lower area in turn leads to even more power savings when compared to traditional deep-pipeline RISC processors.