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Are there any new processors that are faster than Core I7 processors

Q: Are there any new processors that are faster than Core I7 processors

Why the strangeqe question?

you see I have a Dell XPS 15z laptop with a core i7 processor, 8 Giga RAM running Windows 7 Premium and I also have an HP desktop with a core two duo processor, 3 Gigs of ram running Windows 7 Professional but surprizingly the desktop runs faster than the laptop when I give them both tthe same task on Photoshop CS6 ( a processor heavy application). I feel that I have been cheated into buying the Dell laptop which at the time of purchase was expensive in the is country.

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A: Are there any new processors that are faster than Core I7 processors

Does it use 100% cpu for a long time? (so cpu is the bottleneck)
Is it a multithreaded application, so are tasks split in many subtasks and use different cores?

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/363860-there-any-new-processors-faster-than-core-i7-processors.html
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I was aghast for reinstallations of Windows 8 because of reasons unknown which ran operating system into trouble.
Now I know why this happened, because I selected maximum number of processors shown in 'Msconfig', which really doesn't exists ('Msconfig' showed 4 processors for Intel Core i3210).
From next start Windows 8 ran into trouble and within a day or two of using this desktop stopped responding, happened for all operating systems where I selected maximum number of processors shown in 'Msconfig'.
Therefore do not select maximum number of processors from 'Msconfig'.

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I recently built a new PC with a 64-bit dual core processor. All I have as far as OS's go is a 32-bit version of Windows, which runs fine. But I was wondering if I would see a doubling in speed if I were using a 64-bit version of Windows?
 

A:Are 64-bit processors faster than 32-bit?

64bit OS allows the CPU to access more memory. In some areas, there is performance improvements.

64bit CPUs have been on the market for years. MS has only done something usable for the consumer with the 64bit Vista.

A 64bit CPU doesn't require a 64bit OS. But a 64bit OS does need cpu to run. Or having more than 4GB of RAM requires a 64bit OS to be usable.

If youre using vista and want to make it usable, install 8GB of RAM and vista64.

64bit OS doesn't help much with 4GB of RAM...
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/are-64-bit-processors-faster-than-32-bit.778346/
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-regards
 

A:Comparing Single core & dual core Pentium processors

Welcome to our forum...may I suggest before jumping on to a new forum and posting a question, especially on a heavily asked current topic, it would be a better idea and provide you faster response time if you first searched the topic....
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I have a Compaq Pressario desktop PC, Windows 7 64 bit, 4GB DDR3 RAM.

Thanks

Thanks.
 

A:Is it possible to upgrade my dual-core to i5, or other quad-core processors?

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/is-it-possible-to-upgrade-my-dual-core-to-i5-or-other-quad-core-processors.1004497/
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16th May 2016.Dear Dell Forum Members & Support,We have an existing and very reliable Dell Precision 490 with a Single Intel Xeon 5060 (Dual Core, 3.2GHz,1066MHz) system.The system is currently running Bios Version A08 (04/25/08)
 
Can it be upgraded to Two (2) Intel Xeon Quad Core Processors, and if so, can a list of the compatiable processors be supplied ?
 
e.g. Xeon X5460 (Quad-Core, 3.16 GHz, 1333MHz) etc.

Thank you for your time & patience.With kindest regards.GEM CNC Systems.

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What are the hardware limitations of Windows 7 64 bit ?

Regards
Bijoy

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(I posted the following question in another subforum but I'll just ask again here) I noticed that the Inspiron and the XPS M1330 have similar, if not exactly the same, specs. I ordered the M1330 today but after some thoughts, is it really worth an extra $500 CDN to get the XPS? Should I cancel my order and get the inspiron instead, which also comes with MS office 2007?

Thanks for reading.
 

A:New to the Core 2 duo processors

Stick with the T7100.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/new-to-the-core-2-duo-processors.604409/
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hi all

I have 8 processors and they all show up in the Device Manager. Under Windows XP all 8 of these were utilised, but I recently went over to Windows 7 and it only uses 4.

How can I resolve this problem?

thks a lot

ed

A:8-core PC but only 4 processors being used

Im showing that the Intel Xeon X5365 is only a 4 thread processor.

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This came up in this thread:

http://forums.techguy.org/hardware/550822-video-editing-processor.html

I was wondering as a practical matter at this point in time whether quad-cores are really going to provide any noticeable difference to the average computer user--even those doing video editing and running games? I know this came up when the dual cores first came out and the software had to "catch up"--that is most users wouldn't have benefited from a dual core at the time they first came out. So is that true now? Are there any softwares taking advantage of the quad cores yet?

Opinions on this?
 

A:ARe the Quad Core Processors actually useful for most of us?

Well honestly, I think tons of people will buy them, but they won't be super-effective. The games haven't even kept up with quad-cores; only dual-cores with crazy good graphics cards.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/are-the-quad-core-processors-actually-useful-for-most-of-us.551194/
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Do you think they are going to increase the number of cores per processor?

A:What's after core i7 processors and 64 bits?

There are 15 core Xeon CPUs available now. List of Intel Xeon microprocessors - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Hi,
My PC Motherboard Model is P5PE-VM with the following specifications:

CPU: LGA775 socket for Intel Pentium D / Pentium 4 / Celeron Processor
Supports Intel Dual Core 65nm Intel processors
Supports Intel Hyper Threading Technology
Supports Intel Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology (EIST)

Chipset: Northbridge: Intel 865G Southbridge: Intel ICH5

Front Side Bus: 1066 / 800 / 533 MHZ

My question is: Can I change my actual processor (LGA 2.6 GHZ) to Core 2 Duo or Cre i3 processors??
Does this Motherbord can support (accept) these thecnology?

Please advise.
Thanks in Advance
 

A:Can I upgrade to Core 2 Duo or Cre i3 processors?

The I3 uses a LGA 1156 socket,so in order to use
it you would need to upgrade to a new motherboard.
There are certain models of the duo that fit 775,but
you would need to check the compatability at the
motherboard manufacturers website.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/can-i-upgrade-to-core-2-duo-or-cre-i3-processors.952777/
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Hi

I just wanted to know what are the differances between the new Intel Core 3i, 5i and 7i

With the dual and quad core it is pretty simple to understand what they do, The dual double and the quads quadruaple, but with the new cores do they double, tripple or wat??

Thank you

Choozay
 

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Is the technology too new to think about getting 2 dual core processors seeing that the computer will not be used as a server? CAn any games take benefit of the dual core double processor? Any CAD programs able too use this technology?
 

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Anyone else feeling like technology today is going down the drain Firstly Vista was a lot less than I expected I expected a lot of Multi-core processors useful stuff and a complete revolution of the way I Multi-core processors looked at computers from all the hype but with Vista Multi-core processors everything was practically like XP with more confirmation dialogs and Aero And a bunch of stuff that I never use Then we have Office It s basically the same as the previous versions but with major facelifts on the main programs Took me a while to get used to but I see no improvement Finally we have multi-core processors I mean back in the day when the best processor was decided by its clock speed there was a lot of innovation and competition Nowadays I just see Intel and AMD jamming more and more cores onto a motherboard which is just lame to me I mean obviously the more cores you put the better it will perform but there s no innovation there Why not develop faster cores instead of boasting a quad core which beats the triple core which in turn beats the dual core Anyways just my thoughts nbsp

A:Multi-core processors

Because numbers mean nothing, and Intel and AMD have figured this out.

When MhZ ruled there was no innovation. Intel would cram more and more transistors on the die, shrink the package and sell it.

Then AMD started winning with lower clock speeds and a better architecture. When the AMD 64 came out Intel was really hurting. The the X2 hit which put the dual processor system into a single affordable package. (Which really hit Intel hard)

Then Intel introduced the Core Duo in the Macs which gave Intel the lead again, and Core 2 Duo gave an even better lead in some applications.

An OS and the Apps must be multithreaded to actually perform any better than a single core CPU, but when they are multi threaded the gain is a good amount.

Kind of like the move to 64bit, there is a definite need and reason to do it, as long as the software supports it... Thats why I run 64bit Vista, I can't benefit with all programs now, but I want to do my part to speed up the transition!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/multi-core-processors.627775/
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I was told that people that uses the duo core processors really won't notice any big difference until the script have been written for the different software programs. Although you can witness the power of what they can do when running more than one program at the same time on your computer. Is anyone aware of when the scripted programs will start coming out?
 

A:Script for Duo Core Processors

I have never heard of the Core Duo processors requiring "scripts" to use both processor cores. All the documentation I have seen only mentions the OS needing to be a multi-tasking, multi-threaded operating system; which WinXP is.

So, it is up to the application running, that "tells" the OS that some tasks can be shared, or off-loaded, or whatever, to the second (or more) core. It is the OS that polices the data being diverted among the cores. By the way, Core Quad processors, where there are four processor cores on the one chip. More core count is on the way, too.

If you are talking about scripts, like what I think of as scripts (and that is an interpreted language), then there is nothing in there that says, or can dictate, which core does what.

Perhaps the person who mentioned this story to you, really meant programs must be written to allow for multi-tasking. And I don't think that is true anymore either, since the program running on WinXP has no idea of what other programs or processes (and there can be plenty) running at the same time. As far as any one program is concerned "it" (that one program) has the full attention of the OS.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/script-for-duo-core-processors.551278/
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A:multiple core processors

I have built several PCs using AMD64x2 and Intel Dual core processors and installed XP Home Edition with no problems whatsoever.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/multiple-core-processors.655453/
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Hi all,

I'm about to buy a laptop for heavy duty programs such as Cubase and Reason (music production software).

I'm a bit concerned because processor technology seems to have advanced so much since I bought my last desktop about 2 years ago and I don't really understand the specs on these new Duo Core prcessors.

Does anyone know what GHz speed and RAM amount is decent for a laptop these days (I mean as opposed to what some guy in PC World is gonna say "Yeah that's powerful")

The one that I'm thinking about is:

Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo T5600 - 1.83GHz (x2), 667MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache
RAM: 2048MB DDR2-667MHz

Thanks ^^
 

A:Duo Core Processors - What's Good and What's Not??

Anything dual-core will be the latest technology and will be suitable for multiple processes and handling intense renderring, decoding, encoding etc software. The one you stated will do the job just fine.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/duo-core-processors-whats-good-and-whats-not.607229/
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When it comes to quad-core processors for the desktop and server arenas Intel has pretty much had the market to itself since November if you don t count AMD s Quad FX platform Intel s quad-core processors were officially announced on November in the form of the desktop-oriented Core Extreme QX and the server-oriented Clovertown Xeon quad-core processors series Click to expand I don t know much how Dual Core CPU s work but there is talk in the future you may have or CPU s in one I think when it is executing a program part of the CPU is executing this and quad-core processors the quad-core processors other part is executing quad-core processors that and than puts it together at the end Okay I believe Windows XP when you are multitasking and one program will run on one core and the other program on the other core Well the multithreaded games and software should take all the work load and thread it in so one core is working on one work well the other is working on the other Well keep in mind a dual core running at GHz will be x fast than a one core running at GHz because it is like CPU s in one The problem is they can t make core run faster than or GHz nbsp

A:quad-core processors

Okay here is some more information on quad core

Clovertown, a four-core processor, will start shipping to computer manufacturers late this year and hit the market in early 2007. Clovertown will be made for dual-processor servers, which means that these servers will essentially be eight-processor servers (two processors x four cores each).

The company will also come out with a previously announced version called Tigerton around the same time for servers with four or more processors.

Core expansion will be a dominant theme for Intel over the next few years, said Chief Technology Officer Justin Rattner. By the end of the decade, chips with tens of cores will be possible, while in 10 years, it's theoretically possible that chips with hundreds of cores will come out, he added.

Rattner showed off a computer running two Clovertown processors.

Multiplying the number of cores brings distinct advantages. First, it cuts down overall energy consumption for equivalent levels of performance. If the recent Core Duo chips released for notebooks from Intel had only one core, the chips would consume far more power, he said.

Integrating processor cores into the same piece of silicon or same processor package also increases performance by reducing the data pathways

"To go from core to core can be a matter of nanoseconds," Rattner said. "As soon as you move cores together you get an automatic improvement in available bandwidth."Click to expand...

Well if this is true a quad core running at 2.0 GHz would be 4 x faster than one core running at 2.0 Ghz.It is like 4 CPU's in one!!
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/quad-core-processors.545417/
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A:APU quadcore A8 vs intel core i5,i7 processors

I would say start hunting for benchmarks of each cpu

google.com

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Thanks.
 

A:Confusion about AMD dual core processors...

Anyone?
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/confusion-about-amd-dual-core-processors.576163/
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How do I explain the difference between a Core 2 Duo machine and a machine with dual XEON processors.

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A:Core i3 processors advice needed

You still looking at your original $200 budget mate?

If so, this is considerably under your budget:

GIGABYTE GA-H55-USB3 LGA 1156 Intel H55 HDMI USB 3.0 ATX Intel Motherboard $114.99 (with $10.00 rebate) from Newegg.

I personally prefer Gigabyte to pretty much everything else, but opinions will differ as everyone has their own individual experiences and therefore their own personal recommendations.
 

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AMD's Athlon 64 FX-74 has a TDP of 125W, according to the AMD website. So do both cores combined have a TDP of 125W, or each core?

Also, is the TDP the same as the wattage used by the processor?

Thanks in advance.
 

A:Question about TDP on multi-core processors

TDP tells you how much heat the cooling system has to remove from the CPU, so yes, it means all the cores combined.

Yes, present-day electronics convert virtually all the electrical power to heat, so TDP would be roughly the same as the power consumption of the CPU.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/question-about-tdp-on-multi-core-processors.78702/
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A:Motherboard for Core 2 processors and 16GB of RAM

Well, to answer you're first question, yes, that motherboard supports that type of RAM.

I cannot, however, understand why you would purchase DDR2 ram. You will not be able to find a whole lot of DDR2 compatible motherboards for sale, and even less core 2 processors. I highly recommend you return that RAM, and get current DDR3 RAM along with a current generation Motherboard and CPU.

Give us your budget, and what you will be using this PC for, an we will be able to help you choose the correct components to buy.
 

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A:Nvidia or ATI after Intel Core i7 processors?

It kinda depends on what chipset you go with rather than the processor type. For example, if you buy a PC or motherboard with an Intel chipset, rather than an nVidia chipset, you should buy ATI because of greater compatibility. Also, Intel's chipsets support ATI Crossfire technology while nVidia chipsets support SLI. I would imagine that the new i7 processors would perform better on a native Intel chipset over nVidia but that's my two cents. It doesn't look like either graphics corp. is going to succeed over the other any time soon so it's anyone's guess as to who comes out on top, if that even happens...
 

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Is this correct!? Should TM show 4 boxes instead of two!? Or is Windows 7 seeing everything okay?!

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A:Dual Core Xeon 3.6Ghz Processors

Which version of Win7 do you have?

It's not easy to find the information, but apparently you need Professional or Ultimate to use two physical sockets. Home Premium only supports one.

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A:processors upgrades to replace the core i5-430M

This is the Service Manual and you have to be careful because the one posted under this Model Number is not the right Manual: Manual There is a different motherboard for the i7 Quad core processors so the best you can do is install the fastest listed dual core which is the  Intel Core i5-580M processor with 2.66 GHz, SC turbo up to 3.33 GHz, Dual 35 W 625825-001 So you would be going from 2.26 ghz to 2.66 ghz which is not a small upgrade. I think there is a chance that a mobile i7 first generation dual core like the i7-620M might work, but cannot gurantee it. And those do not bench much better than the i5-580M anyway.  If this is "the Answer" please click "Accept as Solution" to help others find it. 

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A:Intel Core i5/i7 processors in my Compaq laptop?

You cannot change a CPU in a laptop. You have to buy a completely new laptop.
 

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Thank you for moving the thread on a proper Section.

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Thanks much
 

A:Taking advantage of dual-core processors

When they become common enough that most people have them. Game makers want to capture as many gamers as possible, if only a few have dual core processors, then they won't make money by making games for them.

But I don't know all that much about processors, I'm not a hardware expert.
 

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the advanced boot.ini tab is only used if you need to turn cores off for whatever reason. by default, all your processors/cores will be used. you say that only one was recognised before you changed it to two - was the box also ticked at that time?

you can always see how many cores windows is using, by starting up taskmanger (ctrl-alt-del or ctrl-shift-esc) then check the performance tab.

i've got a dual-core processor, and both were enabled and used by default - are you sure about these performance gains?

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Is there any real difference between these three?

Thanks
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A:Intel Core 2 Duo processors..T8300/T7500/T7700?

More L2 cache on the 77 versus the 83 and a tick more speed on the 83 versus the 75.

Could you tell the difference between the three in a blind test? Heck no, they're all great.
 

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A:Does Intel Dual Core processors supports 1600MHz RAM?

t3chn0vamp said:





So I wanted to know will my system support it.I know the mobo im going to buy will support it.Click to expand...

Thats all you need to know, the CPU is irrelevant for selecting memory. The CPU never has dictated the type of memory used. The motherboard either supports the memory or it doesn't.
 

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A:Windows 7 Professional 64bit & TWO physical core duos (4 processors)

  
Quote: Originally Posted by sdefoster


I have a HP Pavilion a6767c. It is a 64 bit machine. It has TWO Core Duo ES300's at 2.6 Ghz. (TWO physical core duo processors with TWO cores each equals 4 processors total available). I am running 64 bit Windows 7 Professional.

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How do I get Windows 7 to recognize all 4 cores and show me 4 graphs in the performance monitor?

I bought the box for Autocad and I want maximum performance.

Thanks for any light anyone can shine on this question.


Thought this post looked familiar. (vistax64). Duo core and dual cores are different. See here. Intel? Core? Duo Processor — Frequently asked questions for Intel? Core? Duo Processors

duo core mounted (IMO) on one chip, dual cores mounted on separate chips on different sockets.

IN either case you have task manager showing one graph per cpu (1 x 2=2) and that is correct, Your computer is using both cores per cpu under load.

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Looked at two-both HP.One has a N2920 Processor and the other N3530.What is the difference?Click to expand...

Intel Celeron N2920 1.86 GHz (2.00 GHz burst speed)

Intel Pentium N3530 2.16 GHz (2.58 GHz burst speed)

The bottom one is faster.

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If you submit their model names and model numbers and part/product(P/N) numbers, we can answer your questions better.

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A:Help with Processors

GHZ haven't meant much for a while and now they mean Nothing!

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A:Processors

it really depends what route you want to take from here, Intel or AMD, this is where your journey begins, i'm not that clued up on AMD, but i know quite a bit about Intel.

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Now enough of the history, now to the present, it really boils down to what your poison is, Intel or AMD, so choose wisely and someone else could possibly fill you in on AMD's side of things?

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nothing

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now hes telling me i should be going for an intell..

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any help would be much appreciated
 

A:help-- processors

There is nothing wrong with AMD processers in fact they were the industry leaders for quite few years
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That said the AMD dual core processers are still pretty quick and could still be fast enough for your needs
Also because Intel core 2 duo are the "must have" at the moment it tends to reflect in the price you pay for machines with them installed
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intel_Core_2
 

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Processor Speed + Class
Processor Class: AMD Athlon 64 X2
Processor Speed: 2.2 GHz
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Bus Speed: 1 GHz
Physical + Memory Specifications
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Number of Processor Cores: 2
L1 Cache Size: 128 kB x 2
L2 Cache Size: 2 MB
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heres the specs for 4600+X2

Processor Speed + Class
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L2 Cache Size: 1 MB
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http://www.tomshardware.com/cpu/20041221/cpu_charts-10.html

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What's the brand name, model name, and model number of that computer?

How much RAM does it have?

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A:Help about the Processors

Are you running any programs that will use the parked processor, could just be idle, try running some intensive software then check
If not sure you could always run prime95 on it which will stress test the cpu but don't leave alone while doing it as temperatures can rise quickly so be sure to monitor

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my pc is a 2.2ghz AMD athlon 32000+....which is the equivelent to a 3.3ghz pentium 4...Click to expand...

That is what my mate said that to me on MSN and I was just wondering if thats true or not?

This is my first post but i have been visiting these forums regulary, glad to be a member
 

A:Processors?

Yeah, the AMD line uses a numbering scheme that roughly equals the Intel counterpart, hence the 3200+ being close to a 3.4GHz P4. It doesn't have that clock in megahertz but because its a good chip, in most games and benchmarks an AMD XP processor will beat a similarly placed P4.

Where the P4 shines is heavy multi-tasking, and when your encoding or doing some other intense number-crunching stuff.
 

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Hi, all. I have a noob question about my processor. I just bought a AMD Barton 2500+. It says that it's supposed to run at 1.833 GHz. I looked in my system properties, and it says its running at 1.10 GHz. I kow my motherboard can handle the chip. Is there a setting in my bios that will goose the processor to the speed it needs to be?

My specs are:
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Ok i will try and word this a bit better. OK i am building myself a computer. I am going to pick up the motherboard soon. I need to know what one to get. I am trying to think of what type of CPU to get. I can spend up to $350 Canadian ($287 U.S.) on it. I want to know what you think is better, AMD, or Intel. And if so what GHz and model.
 

A:Please help (processors)

Alex4 said:

Ok i will try and word this a bit better. OK i am building myself a computer. I am going to pick up the motherboard soon. I need to know what one to get. I am trying to think of what type of CPU to get. I can spend up to $350 Canadian ($287 U.S.) on it. I want to know what you think is better, AMD, or Intel. And if so what GHz and model. Click to expand...

350 on entire pc? or just cpu
 

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hi
i havea p4 motherboard with a 462 chip slot and was wondering since the chip slot for this amd processor is 462 will it work or would i be getting into trouble? thanks John
 

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This is now my 5th computer, that i have built. I have noticed one thing about processors and computers that i cannot stand. See i origionall got an AMD II 600Mhz, that ran really good, i could multi-task, and everything, then about 2 years later that computer barely ran. Then i got an AMD III 900 Mhz, and the same thing happened. ....... Now i got a new AMD 2200+, and it has been great for 2 years, and now it runs teribly, no where near what it ran when i first got it. Is there a time limit for how good processors run? I dont think its possible for a processor to become fatigued, as it is a piece of hardware and not a boilogical beeing. I reformat quite often, maybe once every 6 months or so, and update my bios as needed. Anyway if anyone has any answers, or is aware of anything i shoulkd be doing different let me know.
 

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Hi all I m thinking of getting a new CPU and also I want to understand how CPU work so I have some basic quations I have made a list of some of the processors and the speeds I do not have all the information on the processors speed I can t find it at any book store or any of my books so processors New here it is From the first CPU to now first CPU made speed MHz MHz to MHz to MHz K to MHz pentim to MHz MMX to MHz pentim pro to MHz pentim to MHz pentim to GHz Intel celeron GHz to GHz pentim New processors GHz and can go up to GHz Top of the line CPU is GHz Top of the line AMD bit processor Companies that make CPU s Intel IBM AMD cryrix IDT Celenon is made by Intel Athlon and Duron is made by AMD New pentium when it comes out GHz and up I do not have any information on the list blow where it goes in the list above K and D and D or p Also is it true that the first CPU used in PCs hand a clook speed of approximately MHz If I was to get a CPU should I get CPU at GHz I think at this time the top of the line CPU is GHz Also is true that pentium when they came out it was GHz and the pentium can go up to GHz and than the pentium will come out Anyone have any information nbsp

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I am looking into upgrading my motherboard/cpu, and currently I have a 1 gig amd athlon. What I am wondering is what is the "rating" for AMDs processors..

Like I know with intel, its like centrino is best, then theres pentium, then like the worst is the celerons.. just wondering how the AMD compares, for like athlon, duran, sempron..

Thanks!
 

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now pentume is no more i think ...

core2duo may be runnig

the i series is also running ...

what is the meaning of i3 , i5 and i7 ? just numbers ? odd numbers ?

or they mean something ? leave that the higher the number the better the processor ,, but why exactly 3 , 5 and 7 ?

also there is somthing like second generation and 3rd generations

are they sub divisions of i 3 , 5 and 7 ? like i3 is about three generations ?

is it true that in i family , we have multiple processors at the same time ?

finally , from my device manager ... why 4 lines are under processor head cutter ?

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I have a 1.4GHz TBird and its ment to be 1.4GHz but is more 1407MHz thats is very good getting extra without even overclocking basically Atlon XP is newer but seems to be crap like 2000 XP is reall 1700+ and 22000XP is lower so why is that why is 2000XP not 2GHz?
 

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Hello,

I am in the market for a new PC and definitely want one with at least a 1.0 Ghz processor. I am confused however by all of the different types of processors now. I have owned 2 PC and one had a Cyrix processor and the other an AMD. I haven't experienced much difficulty with either of these systems as far as the processors go, but really need some direction is determining what I want now. I believe the best is a Pentium 4, is that true? What is the major difference between the Pentium and Celeron processors too? Any help of references to sites with this information would be greatly appreciated.

Jason
 

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i've been hearing lately that AMD is due to release a 64bit Athlon64(clawhammer) cpu in september/october/november. i also know that intel is launching a cpu on the prescott core. will the prescott cpu be 64 bit too? also how will the new 64 bit processors affect the computing world. i jus got a p4 2.4ghz C system and i hate to see it go totally obselete in a matter of months.
 

A:64 bit processors

relax - your shining new CPU won't become out of date the second 64-bit CPUs appear.

I should expect that 64-bit will primarily effect the server market mostly, and will only trickle down to desktop level after some time. Although there are some operating systems already available for these chips (windows 2000, linux, etc) there aren't a lot of apps yet. 64-bit will become the standard one day - thats for sure - but it will take quite some time.
 

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Okay, now my question is: Can you run a 64-bit OS on 2-32 bit processors? Note: i don't want to try this, but in theory it should work if the OS can address both processors as 1 64 bit processor, correct?

A:64-bit os on (2) 32-bit processors?

No it won't. That theory falls flat on its face as you don't get 64 bit computing from two 32 bit processors. The processor either supports 64 bit or it doesn't. Same applies to quad core processors; it is 4 cores running at a set speed (2.4 GHz for example), not as a processor running at 9.6 GHZ (don't know if they are still there, but there used to be a few that tried to pull this scam on ebay).

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Hello all

I need help on this one i only have (4) processors.

What do i do with (8) this is not right.

Thanks for your help

A:Processors i7

Not to worry. With hyper-threading enabled, one would expect to see 8 on a quad processor.

James

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I am looking to buying a new PC but I am struggling to decide between to processors. Either the i7-930 or the i7-870.

Here's the thing, they are pretty equal so its a toss up of what is more important. Please give me your input. Everything will be appreciated.

Thanks.

Btw: overclocking isn't an issue, if that's any help.

A:Some help with processors please...

I'm running the i7-870 on an Asus board. Assembled it in early August with no problems since.

I also considered the i7-930. The price difference of the chip and the x58 motherboard and RAM was more than my budget could handle.
You can't go wrong either way. There are other similar set ups to mine by users on the forum and others with the 930.

Price seems to be the major difference not performance.

I saved the money and I am well satisfied with the ASUS motherboard combo I have.
The 870 will OC to 3.8GHz with no problem.
I had to try it once.
Not sure of the limit but have heard about them up to 4.0.
So they aren't a dog.

Hope that helps
Mike

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Hey every one,

I heard from some one that he heard or read some where that usually in the techonolgy world processor speeds double every 18 months. He said that they well double to a 7ghz processor! He didn't know when they will double the speed he was just passing on the information to me. You know how powerful a processor like that would be like? You could pretty much run any program and game maxed out. (with other high-end hardware.)

Well, I've been looking into get a 3.0 ghz or higher processor and as we all know when some thing bigger and better comes out the ones down below get there prices lowered.

Does any one know any thing on this? What are your thoughts on it?

Bigk
 

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I have heard that AMD's processors help protect against viruses:

this is what it said that I was reading:

"All AMD64 processors, including the AMD Athlon? 64 FX, AMD Athlon 64, and Mobile AMD Athlon 64 processors, are enabled with Enhanced Virus Protection. With Microsoft® Windows® XP Service Pack 2 (SP2), you will be able to fully utilize the security technology*. By providing extra security at the platform level, AMD lets you easily embrace the future of computing. "

I think thats kinda cool if this is True.. :giddy:
 

A:AMD Processors

It's not True, it's Marketing.

There is some truth in there but not enough to get all excited about it.
 

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I have $1000au to spend on a new processor my 2 options are as follows.

Amd athlon 64 4400+ dual core (939)
Amd athlon 64 4000+ (939)

This is strictly for gamming only i already have a $300au motherboard lined up i just need help deciding on a processor.

Thanks :angel:
 

A:Processors Which one is better!

For gaming the 4000+ would be better as it has a clockspeed of 2.4Ghz (the 4400+ runs at 2.2Ghz). Games are still single-threaded & will not be able to make use of the 2nd core on the 4400+.

That said, if you like to game while having MP3s compressed in the background or DVDShrink running, the 4400+ is the better choice.

Don't you like it when there isn't one clear answer ?
 

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have a pc, dont know what make,do know its a dfi atx board. it has a slot 1 pentium 2 processor wanting to go faster, looks like it will support a pentium 3, where can i find these old processors or i there another way to go about this
Thank u all much and have a great day:
 

A:processors

You can find lots of interesting stuff for reasonable prices at http://www.computersurplusoutlet.com

Hope this helps.
 

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Excuse my ignorance but what is the difference between a 3.0Ghz Pentium celeron and a 3.0Ghz pentium 4?
 

A:Processors

Go here and you can see the specs on each processor you are trying to compare:Intel processor specs
 

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