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The highs and lows of multi-core processors

Posted on Friday, November 04 2005 @ 02:25:42 CET by

Digit-Life today talks about the "Highs" and "Lows" of Modern Multi-Core
Our readers "hinted" many times , that having reviewed high-end dual-core CPUs (Pentium XE 840 and Athlon 64 X2 4800+) as well as low-end dual-core from Intel (Pentium D 820), we undeservingly slid round the low-end multi-core processor from AMD: Athlon 64 X2 3800+. In this article we are going to rectify this error. Thus, diagrams in this article will show performance of the fastest and the slowest dual-core x86-processors from the two leading manufacturers. They will give you an idea of the performance range of modern dual-core x86-platforms..
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