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Old 05-11-2006, 09:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all, i am new to computing so please bear with me. I need to compile a list of the computer processors for a work project, so i would be very grateful if someone could please help me put this AMD and Intel processors in order of performance, and roughly which AMD matches which Intel.

Thanks in advance.

Athlon, athlon 4, athlon 64, athlon 64 mobile, athlon 64 x2, athlon mp, athlon xp, athlon xp-m, athlon mp, duron, k5, k6, k6 II, k6 III, opteron, sempron, sempron M, and Turion 64.

Celeron, celeron D, celeron M, mobile pentium 4, pentium, pentium 4, pentium 4 m, pentium 2, pentium 2 xeon, pentium 3, pentium 3 m, pentium 3 xeon, pentium m, pentium mmx, pentium pro, pentium D, xeon and xeon MP

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Old 05-11-2006, 09:46 AM   #2 (permalink)
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out of the CPU's that are currently out, I'd rate CPU's roughly like this, at stock speeds. though it often depends on the purpose:

AMD Opteron (dual core)

AMD Athlon 64 X2

AMD Opteron (single core)

AMD Athlon 64

Intel Xeon

Intel Pentium 4 Northwood / Prescott

AMD Sempron socket 754

AMD Sempron / Athlon XP socket A

Intel Celeron D

AMD Athlon XP-M (except they can overclock pretty well)

Intel Celeron (based on Pentium 4)

Intel Pentium M

AMD Athlon

Intel Pentium 3

Intel Pentium 4 Willamette core

AMD Duron / Intel Celeron (based on Pentium 3)


AMD K6-II / Intel Pentium 2 / Intel Celeron (based on Pentium 2)


AMD K5 / Intel Pentium Pro

Intel Pentium

Intel 80486 DX

Intel 80486

Intel 80386

Intel 80286

Intel 8086 (their first CPU)

IBM 8080

Commodore 64


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Many thanks, you are a life saver.
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Old 05-11-2006, 01:14 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Wow apokalipse, very helpful list you have there.
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You forgot to add "20 chinese teenages memorizing and repeating 1's and 0's" That fits inbetween the intel 8086 and the IBM 8080
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