Different types of processor nowadays

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Different types of processor nowadays

How many GHz does core 2 duo has?

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Different types of processor nowadays

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Hi Jlock09

Hope you are fine.

So far there are only two types of processor are found to be functional now a days.Core 2 dual means two processor, each processor has same power in Ghz like both the processor may be of 2.8Ghz or 3.0Ghz.THese processor are named as anthlon x2 and phenom x2.The maximum Ghz power a core 2 dual is 3.2Ghz.Hope it will works for you.

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Different types of processor nowadays

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There are different processors offered by different companies depends on the types of technology they offer. The Intel and AMD are the two companies that top the PC Processor market. They have become the main Chip supplier in the business world. But for Intel company they created already so many processors that give advantages to the users every time they launched you PC or devices. Every processor created always acts as the main brain of the system which your PC will tell on how will it perform. The advancement of CPU technology nowadays usually comes with Dual Core, Tripe core or Quad Core processors on one single chip. Here are some details of Intel processor that can perform well already.

  • Pentium Dual Core gives great performance on desktop whereas you can perform multitasking everyday. It has also a lower power enhancement.
  • Dual Core i3 provide 4-way multitasking with built-in performance for software updates.
  • Dual Core i5 has an Intel Turbo Boost Technology the deliver to the next level of productivity It gives more extra speed on whatever you are doing especially if you are having a multitasking.
  • Dual Core i5 is the best performance for almost applications. It has a feature of 8-way multitasking and additional L3 cache.

 

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