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Old 07-20-2005, 05:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Okay I know about the AMD!

AMD Duron
AMD Althon XP/Sempron (Barton, Mobile, Thorton)
AMD Althon 64 754/Sempron (Too many!)
AMD Althon 64 939 (Only the new line, Venice, S/D, X2)
AMD Althon 64 939 FX53, 55, 57, I think there is a 59
AMD Althon 64 Opteron

Thing is I don't have a clue how the Intel!

Well I do a bit .... does anyone have a nice chart/table for me? ... or can explane!?
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just google it.
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Intel P4 - socket 478 (Prescott, NorthWood)
Intel Celeron - socket 478 (Prescott)
Intel Xeon (Server chip)
Intel Pentium M (laptop)
Intel Celeron M (laptop)
Intel Centreno (Laptop)
Intel Pentium D (Dual Core) (Smithfield)
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Google what?
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Google your question. What kind of question it that?
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Thanks Shawn!

What about the numbers like 840 and 550?

Also I have seen things like Celeron D, is 'D' meaning DESKTOP?
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Also I have a Celeron, it's a Northwood, by the way .... do Celeron do Prescott?
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Ahh the end number is the FSB!?

Why's it so high as oppose to AMD!?
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Intels do less per clock cycle as opposed to AMDs. Intels compete through sheer power, AMDs through more efficent use of resources and HT
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Ahh the end number is the FSB!?

Why's it so high as oppose to AMD!?
¿Qué?

What are you talking about?
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