What is a Pentium III?

Answer The Pentium III is a 32-bit-by-86 microprocessor used in desktop and mobile computing applications. It was introduced in 1999. The Pentium III branding was for marketing purposes, as it remains the... Read More »

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Is a Intel Pentium g640 processor faster than a pentium 4?

Different dimensions. The G640 fits socket 1155, pentium 4s were sockets LGA775, 478, 423. So if you are thinking about this as an upgrade, you'll need a new motherboard and RAM as well as CPU.The... Read More »

Is the Pentium dual-core processor stronger than a Pentium 4?

While the Pentium Dual-Core family, on its release, was a lower class processor than the Pentium 4 was when it came out, the Pentium Dual-Core processors still, in many ways, outperform the Pentium... Read More »

Is the Pentium Dual Core processor stronger than a Pentium 4?

According to the PassMark benchmark result database, which shows average scores obtained from over 200,000 tested computers, the Intel Pentium Dual-Core achieves higher scores in benchmarks than th... Read More »

Does the Pentium Dual CPU E2140 1.6g run as fast as a Pentium 4?

The Pentium 4 3.4 GHz has a PassMark benchmark score of 542. The Pentium Dual E2140, clocked at less than half that speed, exceeds this dramatically with a benchmark score of 903. This difference i... Read More »