CS302 GDB Fall 2019 Solution & Discussion Last Date: 16-01-2020
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This is the GDB solution of CS302 2019. You can take idea from it to solve your GDB question provided from your tutor.
FPGA is good for test benching and are budget friendly since they can be reprogrammed over and over again in case you messed up. However, they can be quite big and bulky, so they are not suitable for mass production.
ASIC in the other hand can be compact to a small size. ASIC are pretty much the IC chips that you use, like your Intel CPU or LM7000 series chips. However, the process of making them that small is irreversible, so if you messed up, you got to throw away the whole batch. This make them expensive to make, but their small size and production process allows them to be made in bulk.
Both FPGA and ASIC are good for power consumption and speed because you're actually designing their physical circuit layout, so if your design is efficient then the product will be efficient in both speed and power as well. In Summary, you design and test your circuit using an FPGA first. Then you send that design to a production company and they will use that design to mass produce it as a small chip.
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I would choose the performance parameter over the power. The reason
of choosing performance is that speed of a processor is more important than power, because
CPU is driving force and brain of your computer. It will have great impact. A computer’s
processor speed strongly affects its overall performance. A faster processor lets the computer
perform multiple tasks competently at the same time.
However, the higher the number, the more your electricity bill is ticking up and the more heat is
being generated. Processors that perform tasks at a greater speed inherently require more
power, but more and more are optimizing their energy performance.
Let’s take an examples of two machines: Machine A: 1.3 GHz Pentium 4 with 4 gigs of ram
Machine B: 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo with 2 gigs of ram Machine A may have lots of RAM, but it’s
going to run a lot slower because of the 1 core 1.3 GHz CPU. Machine B will run significantly
faster as it’s a dual core CPU with a higher clock speed, and it will better utilize the 2 gigs of
ram. Even if both machines had 2 gigs of ram, Machine B would still run significantly faster and