single core

single core

A chip with one CPU (one processing unit). Microprocessors have been single core since their inception in the early 1970s. After the turn of the century, chips with two or more CPUs emerged. See dual core and multicore.
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In the meantime, we get enough performance out of our single core that we actually don't need to turn on a second core.
5-MB eFlash, to the lower-level well as 130MHz and 80MHz single core and single core lockstep devices with 1.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- The dual core processor with its high capability is most likely to take over the existing single core microprocessor market.
Effective immediately, BEA pricing for dual core CPUs and dual core-based systems, including the new Intel Pentium processor Extreme Edition, and the forthcoming dual-core Intel Xeon processors and Intel Itanium 2processors, will be the same as single core CPU licensing.
V-Series high-performance, off-the-shelf injection molding machines come fully equipped with such features and options as EC 100 RISC-based distributed-intelligence machine control, ultra-responsive Smart Pump technology, single core pull/rack and pinion unscrewing, a swiveling injection unit for rapid screw and barrel changes, bi-metallic barrel and through-hardened D2 screw, etc.
And the familiar concept of a single core temperature throughout the body (98.
1 KV grade single core Cu conductor PVC (Red; Yellow/Blue/Black/Gray) insulated wire, IS: 694, 1Cx2.
5-inch capacitive touch screen and runs on Android Ginger OS powered by 1GHz single core processor.
The StorSelect DS product integrates IDE Ultra ATA, PCMCIA, Compact Flash and Compact Flash-Plus functions into a single core.
With the version 2010 of Virtual Performance Solution, ESI offers a unique multi-stage capability enabling multi-domain analysis with a single core model.