high core

high core

[′hī ′kȯr]
(computer science)
The locations with higher addresses in a computer's main storage, usually occupied by the operating system.
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Medications such as acetaminophen (Tylenol) and ibuprofen (Motrin) do not reduce high core body temperatures, and could even be harmful.
Thus, efficient divertor cooling methods compatible with high core fusion performance will be critical for sustained operation of future fusion power plants.
Prime X299 Edition 30 supports the latest Intel Core X-series high-end desktop processors, which feature high core counts to deliver tremendous performance for prosumers and content creators.
It has a base clock of 3.8 GHz and a boost clock of 4.6 GHz and uses two chiplets to achieve the high core count.
Whereas keeping the SPI low requires higher agricultural productivity and smooth operations in the commodity markets, a high core inflation calls for the further tightening of interest rates, greater fiscal discipline and quicker fixing of external sector imbalances.
However, their margins are likely to remain strong which, together with high core capital ratios, will act as a buffer against the impact of market turbulence.
In its latest monetary policy announcement, the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has listed reasons for the high core inflation, saying it was an indication of the build-up of inflationary pressures.
Patrick Sudue as head of the LNP, his organization including realist have witnessed the tracking down of high core criminals and others that are involved in secret killings and money laundering, among other things.
A high core body temperature is most damaging to the embryo before 6 weeks.
We don't know much about how Ryzen+'s clock-for-clock perf will stack up against chips like the Ryzen 7 1800X, but it looks like the revised cores will pack a modest clock speed gain, especially if AMD is more aggressive about holding turbo clocks at high core ratios.
High core inflation together with a lagged impact of the Pakistani Rupee's depreciation and rising international oil prices are likely to increase inflation in the coming months.
Based on the AMD "Zen" architecture, the EPYC series of processors aims to provide datacenters with a high core density.

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