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CPUCentral Processing Unit (part of a computer system)
CPUComputer Power User (magazine)
CPUCentral Policy Unit
CPUCritical Patch Update (Oracle)
CPUCost Per Unit
CPUComputer Processing Unit
CPUCentral Philippine University
CPUCommunist Party of Ukraine
CPUCall Pick Up (PABX phone systems)
CPUCommonwealth Press Union (UK)
CPUContract Postal Unit (US Post Office station)
CPUCrime Prevention Unit
CPUColumbia Pacific University
CPUCustomer Pick-Up (shipping/transportation method)
CPUComputer Processor Unit
CPUCalifornia Pacific University
CPUCalifornia Polytechnic University (aka Cal Poly)
CPUCorporate Procurement Unit
CPUCash Pick Up
CPUChest-Pain Observation Unit
CPUChemical Protective Undergarments
CPUCommunications Processor Unit
CPUContribution Per Unit
CPUCondensate Polishing Unit (water treatment)
CPUCommunity for Pittsburgh Ultimate
CPUCaption Projection Unit
CPUCertified Postal Unit
CPUCompetition Promotion Unit
CPUClinical Pharmacokinetic Unit
CPUCollective Protection Unit
CPUChemical Protection Unit
CPUContrôle de Production en Usine (French: Factory Production Control)
CPUConférence des Présidents d'Université (French: Conference of University Presidents)
CPUCarnet de Prélèvement Universel (French: Universal Book Collection)
CPUComprehensive Plan Update (various locations)
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Connectix will ship CPU in July; it will be available through retail outlets, mail order and distributors.
The new technique adapts CPU time allocation to account jointly for the needs of specific programs and the capabilities of various computer nodes.
In the very near future, many of today's production-level servers will not only be virtualized but will be configured for and capable of performing internal performance audits or "automated health checks" (from I/O processing needs at the CPU and memory level to page and buffer credit settings at the kernel level).
Our low-pressure-drop FuZion CPU block provides gamers with the best thermal performance without the large, noisy, expensive pumps that are typically needed in liquid-cooled gaming PCs," said Danny Salandra, D-Tek's chief executive officer.
That performance can unlock the horsepower of those fast CPUs you've just purchased.
RAID Parity Rebuild (when a drive fails, this process causes a severe CPU drain)
The benchmark measures the performance of CPUs, caches, memory
Woods said the CPU will be bargaining on "what they (the companies) have already earned," not on projected decreases in earnings.
Primarily based on Acalis[TM] FPMCs (Field Programmable Multicore Chips) from CPU Tech and Altera Corporation's (NASDAQ:ALTR) high-performance Stratix II family of FPGAs, the X3 sustains 4 teraops in a rack mountable 10U chassis using less than 5 kilowatts of power.
Although the price of these modems and chipsets were the lowest available, PC manufacturers were still reluctant to use them due to operating system instability and CPU requirements.
Worldwide Motherboard Shipment Volume by CPU Connector Type, 1Q 2004 - 1Q 2006
CM is basically microcode that sits between the Crusoe CPU core and the surrounding instructions that are fed to the processor, including application, Os, and BIOS layers.