Architecture All Access: Modern CPU Architecture Part 1 – Key Concepts technology architecture

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What is a CPU, and how did they become what they are today? Boyd Phelps, CVP of Client Engineering at Intel, takes us through the history of CPU architecture, key architecture concepts like computing abstraction layers, Instruction Set Architecture (ISA), and more. Watch part two here:

Boyd Phelps has worked on some of the most well-known chip designs in Intel’s history, from Nehalem to Haswell to Tiger Lake and more.

Architecture All Access is a master class technology series featuring Senior Intel Technical Leaders taking an educational approach to the historical impact and future innovations of key architectures that will continue to be at the center of ‘world-changing technology that enriches the lives of every person on earth.’ If you are interested in CPUs, FPGAs, Quantum Computing and beyond, subscribe and hit the bell to get new episode notifications.

Chapters:
0:00 CPUs Are Everywhere
0:52 Meet Boyd Phelps, CVP of Client Engineering
1:58 Topics We’re Covering
2:32 What Is A CPU?
5:39 CPU Architecture History
6:40 Bug Aside
7:30 Back to CPU History
11:13 Computing Abstraction Layers
14:58 Instruction Set Architecture (ISA)
18:28 What’s in Part Two?

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Epsio0 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

If I ever need a metaphor or something to help illustrate what, "standing on the shoulders of giants" means, I will refer to this video. The amount of abstractions that each layer works on top of is insane!

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Jack Costabile 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

What's the song at the beginning

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Annatam Dey 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

so nostalgic ! how engineering is changing and leaving a positive impact in our lives , #thankyouintel

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Ryley Hughes 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Great video!

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杰瑞法克斯 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

AMD YES!!

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Luiz André 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Amazing video!

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D Naya 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Thanks

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Michael Quinn 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Some Teacher Resources to go along with these videos would be great!

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Michael Lenczewski 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Most of those CPUs are ARM. Some are MIPS, some are RISC-V, Super8, or c6000… VERY VERY few are x86. Even fewer are x86 from Intel.

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BIG SMOKE 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

this is amazing!

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Devin Shelton 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

My GOD!!! This is content is nothing below gold. Pure food for the brain.

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Mallesh Koujalagi 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Wow!!! what a great Video, the power of abstraction made us understand different layers from molecules/atom to application with help of bottom up approach. Able to connect all dots now 🙂

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Tiger Roar 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Amazing

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Phub Bing 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

they made cisc to behave like software rather than a simplified hardware like risc with fixed lenght of code to be executed. 🙁

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ConquerJS 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

The way he says "components" is a little triggering.

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MadmanLava 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

"First worked on the design of the Pentium 4"
Ouch

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Jamel LAHDAR 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

l'espoir fait vivre ! n'attendez rien, satan est loin, très loin. y'a que des diables avec leur technologies.

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Kenneth Gilbert 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Uhg. Yadda yadda. What's inside the box? Get to it.

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Matt Graves 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

I am a software engineer but a hardware enthusiasts as well.
Great video for sure!

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dinos22 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Great video team 🙂

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Alva Jonathan 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Impressive – more of these, please!

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Fireball 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Thank you for this!

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mudballs 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

And, or, not, loading, storing, moving…those 6 rules can create a new lifeform we just haven't figured it out yet..they'll prly call it A.I. or something silly, watch.

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Mayukh Purkayastha 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Sir i m invented my imagine machine Shakti Prokriya karan yantra or power acceptor large machine or yantra. This power acceptor help update new type quantum computer India Bihar.

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Tao Xie 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

WOW! This a mind-blowing great video on Computer Architecture by industry expert.

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gregory emmanuel mars 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

It's amazing.

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Vinodkumar Sunnapalli 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Great work and do more videos

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Mike Du 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

This class was immensely enlightening. Thank you.

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pneuma 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

The background music reminds me of Oceanhorn 2

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Computerwala 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Gr8 knowledgeable video. Ty intel. If possible kindly publish under intel press full pocket ebook about complete practical & educational intel CPU Arch. For students & university. Intel❤️Corporation.

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The Rock 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Please continue this Series , We love it 💖

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Kryptonian 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Why did Intel stop doing those manuals after 486?

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Jello Monster 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

okay we are done here

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Peixi Yuan 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Making computer chips is not rocket science, it’s much, much, much harder

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Validole 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

I mean, I just watched through this again to bump it in the algorithm a bit, as I think it deserves attention.

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Validole 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

If I might make a suggestion: the first half of the video is perhaps a bit too much of a recap of things most people interested in the content would know. This could perhaps have been a "chapter 0" video of its own, with appropriate references from the chapter 1 and 2 videos, as things like Moore's law gets mentioned (the in-video pop-up card format). That way you don't dilute the focus group, and get better watch time performance (as those for whom the latter half gets too technical click away, and those already familiar with the first half fast-forward or neglect the video as too trivial), and also get better click-through performance, for optimizing the YouTube algorithm.

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Validole 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Really love the format! No brainless pageantry, just technology. Intel was mentioned when it was relevant. Total lack of the competition being mentioned, but eh, good enough 🙂

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zelloxy 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Similar both in voice and looks to Ben Affleck.

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ANAK RENTAL 2000 MILLENIUM 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

To note, that I am someone who wants to change narration of "Binary" in Computers and EEV community to "Stand by" or "Sign/Push" for explanation of 0 and 1. For example "Can you operate your computer WITHOUT any source of power or and chip/clock battery?" So if you got what I meant, WHY 0 and 1 still defined as 'On" and "Off"??
Let's continue about next "My Rants" topic…
Idk, did you Intel wrong about ISA? in this(…again if I'm an "tin head") https://youtu.be/AADZo73yrq4 it's told about ARM differently~ and also lecture me WHY the 'apple' leaves you and cheatin with ARM?
Thanks for your explanation 🙂

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hupa1a 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Wow this series is great!

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DougCube 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

I've never heard "ISA" pronounced like a word. In college it was always spoken as "I S A."

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Opinion Discarded 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Now I want Koss to do a video about headphone design

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Delmaler 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

could you please turn down the background music

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Dio Joestar 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Wow, so much of what was said in my classes makes sense now.

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Константин Манцуров 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Intel Technology will you describe Meltdown and Spectre bugs as well?

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Andy Thomson 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Thanku sir

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Tien Phan 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

great and impressive, short but do give enough information for the overview of CPU architecture

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Dan Clein 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

I am in chip design from 1984 and tried many times to explain to people what am I doing. If I would have had these videos my explanation could have been easier. The animation and graphics are unbelievable quality. The Part 1 is a good umbrella explanation of the chip design in general and CPUs in particular. I will call this the 10.000 feet view. The Part 2 is the 1 foot view directly into the processor architecture so some industry lingo and knowledge is required. I would have liked to have a 3.000 feet and a 100 feet view for popularizing chip design and CPU for people who do not have an electronics background. Intel has all the capabilities to do it so please consider it. In the times of Artificial Intelligence and Biotech advancements making more people understand where all started and how it humans can benefit from their merger should be a good topic to cover. Looking forward for new videos from you.

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Xabier Granja 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

Do more of this stuff, Intel. This is good for your (currently horrible) image. This helps clear years of bad taste from the mouth (it's actually quite simple: stop acting like a gigantic evil corp, start actually talking to people about technology).

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olavl 24/12/2021 - 6:42 Chiều

I'm interested in this sort of videos and Mr. Phelps seems like a good presenter, but I really can't listen to this due to the distracting music. Why do video makers even do this, what's the point of it?

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