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Old 01-04-2008, 11:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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C2D is based on P3 technology. The new dual cores and quad cores are based on new technologies.
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Dual core = two processor dies in one ------ Pentium D/Core 2 Duo/Pentium dual-core, etc
Quad core = four processor dies in one ----- Core 2 Quad
Single core = one processor core in one ---- Pentium 4/Celeron/etc, you know what i mean
Tri core = non-existent
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Old 01-04-2008, 11:33 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Dual core = two processor dies in one ------ Pentium D/Core 2 Duo/Pentium dual-core, etc
Quad core = four processor dies in one ----- Core 2 Quad
Single core = one processor core in one ---- Pentium 4/Celeron/etc, you know what i mean
Tri core = non-existent
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Just wait.. pretty soon we will start seeing this:

Intel octa-core "the ocho"
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Dual core = two processor dies in one ------ Pentium D/Core 2 Duo/Pentium dual-core, etc
Quad core = four processor dies in one ----- Core 2 Quad
Single core = one processor core in one ---- Pentium 4/Celeron/etc, you know what i mean
Tri core = non-existent
u forgot about Phenom X3 which comes out soon.....
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Intel:
Single core: 1 core
Dual core: 2 single cores
Quad core: 2 dual cores

AMD:
single core: 1 core
dual core: 2 single cores
tri core: 4 single cores with one turned off due to malfunction
quad core: 4 single cores.
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Intel:
Single core: 1 core
Dual core: 2 single cores
Quad core: 2 dual cores

AMD:
single core: 1 core
dual core: 2 single cores
tri core: 4 single cores with one turned off due to malfunction
quad core: 4 single cores.
Peter.cort.. Could you name those AMD processor please..
I remember that AMD sempron is pretty same as celeron.
I also think AMD XP is same as P4.. not sure.. btw thanks for the help.
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AMD:
single core: 1 core (sempron vs celeron, athlon xp vs p4)
dual core: 2 single cores (amd x2 vs c2d)
tri core: 4 single cores with one turned off due to malfunction (no intel couter)
quad core: 4 single cores. (phenom vs c2q)
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AMD:
single core: 1 core (sempron vs celeron, athlon xp vs p4) (p4 HT vs Athlon64)
dual core: 2 single cores (Pentium D vs Athlon x2)(amd x2 vs c2d)
tri core: 4 single cores with one turned off due to malfunction (no intel couter)
quad core: 4 single cores. (phenom vs c2q)
you forgot 2.. I bolded the ones I added up there ^

should we go over Opterons and what not?
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you forgot 2.. I bolded the ones I added up there ^

should we go over Opterons and what not?
Yes Please.. !
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