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Name Unit Default value Description Example
units None 1 CPU quantity 2
usage None See Usage See usage ..
core_units None 24 Number of core on one CPU 12
die_size mm2 None Size of the die 2900
manufacturer None Intel Name of the CPU manufacturer AMD
die_size_per_core mm2 0.245 Size of the die divided by the number of core 0.245
model_range None Xeon Platinum Name of the cpu range or brand i7
family None Skylake Name of the architectural family (Generation) Naple
name None None Complete commercial name of the CPU Intel Core i7-1065
TDP Watt None Thermal Design Point 250


The following variables can be completed

die_size_per_core and core_units

if die_size and core_units are given :

\[ \text{die_size_per_core} = \frac{\text{core_units}}{\text{die_size}}\]

Otherwise, if family or/and core_units are given, die_size_per_core can be retrieved from a fuzzy matching on our cpu repository. If several cpu matches the given family and/or core_units the maximizing value is given (in terms of impacts).

If no cpu is found either because the cpu is unknown or not enough data have been given by the user the default data are used.

model_range and family

if name is given, model_range and family can be retrieved from a fuzzy matching on our cpu name repository.

Manufacture impact

For one CPU the manufacture impact is:

\[ \text{CPU}_\text{manufacture}^\text{criteria} = (\text{CPU}_{\text{core_units}} * \text{CPU}_{\text{die_size_per_core}} + 0.491 ) * \text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_die}^\text{criteria} + \text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_base}^\text{criteria} \]


Constant Units Value
\(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_die}^{\text{gwp}}\) kgCO2eq/cm2 1.97
\(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_die}^{\text{adp}}\) kgSbeq/cm2 5.80E-07
\(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_die}^{\text{pe}}\) MJ/cm2 26.50
\(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_base}^{\text{gwp}}\) kgCO2eq 9.14
\(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_base}^{\text{adp}}\) kgSbeq 2.04E-02
\(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture_base}^{\text{pe}}\) MJ 156.00

Note: If there are more than 1 CPU we multiply \(\text{CPU}_\text{manufacture}^\text{criteria}\) by the number of CPU given in units.

Usage impact

Both power consumption and consumption profile are implemented.

Consumption profile

The CPU consumption profile is of the form : consumption_profile(workload) = a*ln(b+(workload*c))+d

Determining the parameters

From model range

If model_range is given or is completed from the cpu_name, we use the averaged parameter for the specific model range.

manufacturer model_range a b c d
Intel xeon platinum 342.3624349628362 0.034750819765533035 36.89522616719806 -16.402219089443307
Intel xeon gold 71.13767381183924 0.2280562153242743 9.66939980437224 6.266004455550223
Intel xeon silver 41.55884200277906 0.2805828410398358 8.424085900547572 4.764407035404158
Intel xeon e5 97.83350026272564 0.10296318761911205 15.726228837967518 -1.8588498922070307
Intel xeon e3 342.3624349628362 0.034750819765533035 36.89522616719806 -16.402219089443307
Intel xeon e 55.65014194649273 0.04666041377084888 20.41458697644834 4.243652609400892

By default, we use the consumption profile of Intel Xeon Platinum


Model adaptation from punctual measurement

In case punctual power measurement (load;power_consumption) are given by a user, we adapt the selected consumption profile to match the given point.


Model adaptation from TDP

If the TDP is given we use the average power consumption per unit of TDP (given by TEADS) multiplied by the given TDP as power measurement and compute a model adaptation as describe above.

0% 10% 50% 100%
0.12 0.32 0.75 1.02
Average power consumption per unit of TDP