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How does the inside of an 1156 processor works?

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I should have posted in the processor general forum. Sorry.
Edited by FreeWillzyx - 2/21/11 at 10:32am
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what do you mean? there is so much stuff to a CPU.

How about you tell me this, How does heat work? then i will tell you how a CPU works.
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what do you mean? there is so much stuff to a CPU.

How about you tell me this, How does heat work? then i will tell you how a CPU works.
Heat is generated by friction between molocules vibrating at a very rapid speed.

Your turn.

lol
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Well, I assume you mean the way it has the memory controller onboard on the processor instead of on the northbridge.

That's what tends to differentiate it from prior intel CPUs.

The 2 core versions of the mobile i5 CPUs also have onboard graphics processing instead of the 2 other cores allowing cheap laptops to avoid having graphics cards and maintain a rudimentary graphical ability.
    
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Well, I assume you mean the way it has the memory controller onboard on the processor instead of on the northbridge.

That's what tends to differentiate it from prior intel CPUs.

The 2 core versions of the mobile i5 CPUs also have onboard graphics processing instead of the 2 other cores allowing cheap laptops to avoid having graphics cards and maintain a rudimentary graphical ability.
I moved my question to the General section. I know that the memory controller and graphics are in the processor package. I just wanted to know how data and instructions flow (for lack of a better word) within a processor.

here's the link for a more in depth description of what I'm asking...
http://www.overclock.net/general-pro...sors-work.html
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