The Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a new technique that enables the Central Processing Units (CPUs) and Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) onto a single chip to collaborate. This will definitely boost up the performance of processors at an average of more than 20 percent. Speed of Processor is one of the main concerns to of consumers and developers while buying and making the device.
At first the GPUs were crafted to implement graphic programs and they are skilled to execute many individual functions instantaneously. On the other hand CPUs have less computational powers but are capable of performing much complex tasks.
GPUs and CPUs collect data from off-chip main memory at almost the same speed but GPUs can perform the functions that make use of that data more quickly. So if in case a CPU determines the amount of data that a GPU needs in advance and collect it from off-chip main memory, that lets the GPU spotlight on executing the functions themselves and hence overall process takes less time.
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