Progress Of Green IT (5)

On some central processor (CPU), you could fry eggs earlier, so hot he was–would have been the chip just large enough for an egg beaten up. On some central processor (CPU), you could fry eggs earlier, so hot he was–would have been the chip just large enough for an egg beaten up. This heat of hell had drastic consequences for the energy efficiency and the air conditioning needs of every computer even the incessant fan noise was rather just a side effect. In addition to the high-performance graphics card, the CPU in a desktop computer is the largest ‘energy hog’, with a power hungry between 50 and 130 Watts. -At the same time, it seemed long almost impossible to create, because the architecture of the chips, the endless ‘pipelines’, the countless ‘floating point processes’ and the ‘caches’ it demanded energy like the horses Hay remedy here. There was no increased awareness of sustainability, what manufacturers now provides for a big rethink, yet remain primary the positive consequences for the Green IT same: at its core, it is the rise of the ‘ mobile computing ‘, which causes the change, got to ‘lame’ but cool processors from other manufacturers ‘the big one’ here increasingly in backlog, a market broke them off: whatever data intensive phones or tablets Yes the user may burn no holes in the bag. Who so wants to keep with the trend towards ultra slim and miniaturized devices, there always more ‘ performance’ will provide the must at the same time curb the hunger for energy of computing dwarfs fundamentally.

The company Intel, remains the flagship among the chip manufacturers, now the Silvermont architecture presented, which will be three times as fast in the top same performance – should need only one-fifth of the previous energy consumption. From the end of the year, the chip with the new architecture should roll up the market. Not only for the mobile space, this architecture puts foreseeable new standards with its new design, their approaches will also the desktop and server impact – each processor architecture should work in a sense will consist of two parts. There would then be a powerful ‘multicore’ for the top work under maximum load, next door working a bedraggled ‘multicore’ for less computationally intensive tasks, which always takes office, if the honourable Member can take a break. Parallel increases the number of possible instructions per second, the threads and pipelines reduced, what everything in detail can be explained. Another positive consequence – would in future only still certain Web parts with the new architectures compatible because otherwise the current transformer in the ‘Faulheits mode’, the ‘idle state’ so, suddenly would pull too little power, yet to work. Also the power consumption of the power supply is reduced thanks to the new architecture of low load so predictably solid–a so-called ‘technology push’ is the result. It is thus not just an adaptation of technology the trend to the ‘mobile computing’, but also a great success for the Green it and all green data centers, because the technological change will apply to all areas. Thanks to this successful operation on the heart concerning it.