Quartz X1000

By: David Kanter (dkanter.delete@this.realworldtech.com), October 3, 2013 1:54 pm
Room: Moderated Discussions
Exophase (exophase.delete@this.gmail.com) on October 3, 2013 1:16 pm wrote:
> The core is a modestly enhanced 486, meaning it has nothing to do with Clairemont
> (unless we were lied to about that). Compare the block diagram here:
>
> https://communities.intel.com/servlet/JiveServlet/previewBody/21825-102-2-25117/Intel%20Quark%20Core%20HWRefMan_001.pdf
>
> With the traditional 486 block diagram here:
>
> http://intel-vintage-developer.eu5.org/DESIGN/INTARCH/PIX/272713_1.GIF
>
> You can also confirm it in the cycle timings here:
>
> https://communities.intel.com/servlet/JiveServlet/previewBody/21826-102-2-25118/Intel%20Quark%20Core_DevMan_001.pdf
>
> And I want on a lengthy rant about the processor that I don't feel like repeating, if you want
> you can read that here: http://forums.anandtech.com/showpost.php?p=35564891&postcount=78 :P
>

I look at this as a good first step. Sure the uarch could use some work, but wouldn't you expect the 2nd gen to be better?

DK
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Quartz X1000Robert David Graham2013/09/10 02:55 PM
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  Quark X1000timcaffrey2013/09/11 06:26 AM
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      Quark X1000EduardoS2013/09/11 07:24 AM
        Quark X1000someone2013/09/11 09:07 AM
          80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now? (NT)Michael S2013/09/11 09:12 AM
            80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?timcaffrey2013/09/11 09:32 AM
              80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?EduardoS2013/09/11 12:27 PM
                80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Ricardo B2013/09/11 01:46 PM
              80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Dan Fay2013/09/11 03:01 PM
                80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?bakaneko2013/09/11 03:46 PM
                  80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Dan Fay2013/09/12 06:50 AM
                    80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Michael S2013/09/12 07:47 AM
                    80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?bakaneko2013/09/13 01:04 AM
                      80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?EduardoS2013/09/13 04:06 AM
                        80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?bakaneko2013/09/13 07:32 AM
                          80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?EduardoS2013/09/13 07:57 AM
                            80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?bakaneko2013/09/13 09:17 AM
                        80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Dan Fay2013/09/13 08:24 AM
                      80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Ricardo B2013/09/13 02:57 PM
                        80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?anon2013/09/13 05:02 PM
                        1-2 KB cache? Are you sure? (NT)Michael S2013/09/17 07:22 AM
                          Not 100%, but I've never came across a M4 based chip without a bit of cache. (NT)Ricardo B2013/09/17 07:58 AM
                            I never encountered M4 based MCU with CPU cacheMichael S2013/09/17 01:43 PM
                              I never encountered M4 based MCU with CPU cacheWilco2013/09/18 05:07 AM
                      80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?anon2013/09/15 05:55 PM
                        80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?Exophase2013/09/16 07:58 AM
                        80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?bakaneko2013/09/16 08:34 AM
                          80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?anon2013/09/16 06:20 PM
                            80376 didn't sell 20 years ago. What's different now?bakaneko2013/09/17 03:01 AM
        Quark X1000Doug S2013/09/11 09:50 AM
          Quark X1000Megol2013/09/11 10:05 AM
            Quark X1000timcaffrey2013/09/11 10:49 AM
              Modern segmentationAndi Kleen2013/09/11 02:18 PM
  Do SSDs really have multi-core ARMs in them?Rob Thorpe2013/09/17 04:04 PM
    rotating disks doanon2013/09/17 07:47 PM
    Do SSDs really have multi-core ARMs in them?none2013/09/17 09:55 PM
    why answered.Jouni Osmala2013/09/17 11:06 PM
    Interesting AnswersRob Thorpe2013/09/18 02:59 AM
  Quartz X1000mas2013/10/03 10:48 AM
    Quartz X1000Exophase2013/10/03 12:16 PM
      Quartz X1000David Kanter2013/10/03 01:54 PM
        Why this instead of ARM?Mark Roulo2013/10/03 02:07 PM
          Why this instead of ARM?Aaron2013/10/04 01:14 PM
            Why this instead of ARM?none2013/10/04 02:18 PM
        Quartz X1000Exophase2013/10/03 02:19 PM
          *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Michael S2013/10/03 03:11 PM
            Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...Mark Roulo2013/10/03 04:21 PM
              Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...Michael S2013/10/03 05:20 PM
              Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...EduardoS2013/10/03 05:25 PM
              Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...Maynard Handley2013/10/03 06:20 PM
                Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...Doug S2013/10/03 10:08 PM
                Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...mas2013/10/03 11:55 PM
                  Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...EduardoS2013/10/04 12:12 AM
                  Windows XP seems iffy given the probable performance of this thing ...J.Random2013/10/05 02:18 AM
            *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Exophase2013/10/03 04:46 PM
              *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Dan Fay2013/10/03 05:19 PM
              *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.EduardoS2013/10/03 05:28 PM
              *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Michael S2013/10/03 05:39 PM
                *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Dan Fay2013/10/03 06:42 PM
                  *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.none2013/10/04 07:25 PM
                *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.none2013/10/04 12:56 AM
                  *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Michael S2013/10/04 04:15 AM
                *not* intended to compete vs Cortex-M and TI C28.Marketing2013/10/06 10:25 AM
        Quartz X1000Megol2013/10/04 01:23 AM
          486 shrink proves Intel can port and fab others chipsBrett2013/10/04 10:25 AM
            I don't think so ... plus, who cares?Mark Roulo2013/10/04 11:00 AM
          Quartz X1000Ronald Maas2013/10/04 03:45 PM
            Quark X1000David W2013/10/05 01:02 AM
              Quark X1000David Hess2013/10/05 09:21 AM
                Quark X1000Michael S2013/10/05 01:19 PM
                  Quark X1000Exophase2013/10/05 01:28 PM
                    Quark X1000Michael S2013/10/05 02:25 PM
                      Quark X1000David Hess2013/10/05 04:16 PM
                      Quark X1000Exophase2013/10/05 08:55 PM
                  Quark X1000David Hess2013/10/05 04:12 PM
      Quartz X1000EduardoS2013/10/03 02:05 PM
        Quartz X1000Michael S2013/10/03 02:53 PM
          Quartz X1000Linus Torvalds2013/10/03 03:41 PM
            Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/03 07:36 PM
              Quartz X1000Michael S2013/10/04 04:47 AM
                Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/04 09:26 AM
                  Quartz X1000Linus Torvalds2013/10/04 10:48 AM
                    Quartz X1000EduardoS2013/10/04 12:31 PM
                      Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/05 10:12 AM
                    Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/05 11:35 AM
                      Quartz X1000Exophase2013/10/05 01:24 PM
                        Quartz X1000Michael S2013/10/05 02:27 PM
                Quartz X1000rjs2013/10/05 04:55 AM
                  Quartz X1000anon2013/10/05 06:32 AM
                    Quartz X1000rjs2013/10/05 07:24 AM
                  Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/05 08:56 AM
                    Quartz X1000Ricardo B2013/10/05 02:47 PM
                      Quartz X1000Michael S2013/10/05 03:11 PM
                        Quartz X1000Ricardo B2013/10/05 03:26 PM
                      Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/05 05:20 PM
                        Quartz X1000Ricardo B2013/10/05 07:19 PM
                          Quartz X1000David Hess2013/10/05 10:37 PM
                            TTH? What it is? (NT)Michael S2013/10/05 10:57 PM
                              TTH? What it is?David Hess2013/10/06 12:05 AM
                                TTHMichael S2013/10/06 12:22 AM
                                  TTHDavid Hess2013/10/06 05:45 AM
            Quartz X1000Ronald Maas2013/10/04 08:20 AM
      Quartz X1000Ronald Maas2013/10/03 05:06 PM
      Quartz X1000Dan Fay2013/10/03 05:11 PM
      Quartz X1000Aaron2013/10/04 01:54 PM
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