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Help Determining All The New Intel Cpus


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#1 Temo

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Posted 19 August 2006 - 09:20 PM

Okay I left the internet just for second and then Intel strickes with a bunch of new names for there CPUS. So i was woundering what are so speacial about them...

Also now that I am typing about CPU's ... is there a webpage taht benchmarks the CPU's and Video to have a general idea of how good they are?

Core 2 Duo - ???
Core 2 Extreme - ???
Core Duo - ???
Core Solo - ???
Pentium D - ???
Pentium V//V - Is this the new Pentium 5
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Posted 20 August 2006 - 05:38 AM

Core 2 Duo - ???
Core 2 Extreme - ???

Core 2 Duo is Intel's brand new architecture, Conroe. It is the closest thing there is to a Pentium 5, and is the best processor on the market at the moment. The Core 2 Extreme is a multiplier unlocked version running at higher frequency. Both are dual-core.

Core Duo - ???
Core Solo - ???

These are an older laptop only version, similar to the Core 2 Duo. Not as fast, but as energy efficient. The Duo is a dual-core, and Solo is single-core.

Pentium D - ???

Pentium D is Intel's obsolete dual-core based on the same Netburst architecture you find in Pentium 4's.

Pentium V//V - Is this the new Pentium 5

There is no such thing as Pentium VIIV, but Intel VIIV, which is not a processor at all but a platform, like Centrion, but for HTPCs.

Edited by Mr Alpha, 20 August 2006 - 05:39 AM.

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Posted 20 August 2006 - 09:40 AM

Thanks Mr Alpha! Intel was confusing me also!
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