P III & P III-S Processor Differences?

Answer There are five subtypes within the Pentium III processor family manufactured by Intel: the Pentium III, Pentium III-S, Pentium III Xeon, Mobile Pentium III, and Mobile Pentium III-M. The Pentium II... Read More »

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Processor name differences?

ew that is a really big question!Pentium: Used to be Intel's top-of-the-line product, however it still sells a lot. The Pentium got a face-lift with hyper-threading, an older technology that let's ... Read More »

Can a quad core processor brake because of the temperature/load differences between different cores?

You shouldn't be able to physically break the processor by putting different loads onto the 4 cores if you have correct and sufficient cooling. The maximum temperature that the chip will reach wil... Read More »

Will a game requiring a 2.0 ghz processor work with a dual core 1.4 ghz processor?

When it comes to CPU... yes, a 2.0 will work even on a single core 1.4, just slower.Mind you, "by the book" your dual-core is 1,200mhz (1.2ghz) which is "accelerated" to 1,400mhz. This makes it r... Read More »

Witch is better AMD Phenom X3 8750 processor or AMD Dual-Core E-300 processor?

Phenom x3 8750 is without question a more powerful CPU than a e-300. To the person who answered cause it has one more core, you are not comparing processors correctly if you are only looking at co... Read More »