core speed

core speed

The speed of the CPU, measured in MHz. The term "core" refers to the center, or nucleus, of the computer, which is its CPU. See bus/core ratio.
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Test highlights include fan blade-out; bird ingestion tests, including medium, large, and flocking bird; ice slab ingestion; hail stone and hail storm ingestion; cross wind; icing; acoustics; emissions; triple-redline (maximum fan speed, maximum core speed, and maximum exhaust gas temperature) endurance test; and more than 700 hours of flight testing on modified 747 flying testbeds.
The 66AK2Ex processors incorporates the most performance-optimized ARM Cortex-A15 processor, dual-core or quad-core CorePac and TMS320C66x DSP core, that can run at a core speed of up to 1.
Obviously, you select the system with the fastest core speed, but you can also add a super-quick understencil cleaning technology that enhances throughput even more.
And the medicine ball, which is that heavy basketball-looking ball, is used to create a lot of core speed.
With its advanced tension PID circuitry, core speed matching controls, flying-splice sequencing circuitry and a user friendly interface, the SteadyWeb reduces waste during starts, stops and splicing for the production of consistent roll quality on a rewind.
The new processor is the fastest in the line with a core speed of 232MHz.
Intel is planning to develop the StrongARM from its current 150MHz core speed up to 600MHz and squeeze more than ten times the raw processing power out of the new design.
The Marvell AP806 and ARMADA A3700 MoChi chips continue the success of the earlier ARMADA SoC generations such as the Cortex-A9 based ARMADA 380 which is now available in 2GHz core speed.
This dual processing behemoth has 12 physical cores, 24 threads, up to 48GB of memory at 1600MHz+ and a colossal core speed of 4.
2 GHz of core speed for a more responsive user experience, particularly with high quality video calls, yet at one of the industry's lowest rates of power consumption.
Unlike similar competing devices, the Value Line enables 8-bit price parity without compromising performance or features, such as a lower core speed or reduced peripherals.