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CPU history back to back: Intel vs AMD

It is about the modern processor history, mind you, the one since 1970s until now, not the one from 1826, when the differential engine was built or since 1600s, when a tax calculator was devised by Pascal or from way back before when the Chineze were using the abacus. Intel first launches the 4004 CPU […]

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AMD vs Intel smackdown: Intel is better, but about 30% pricier

The answer is short: Intel is better because it has invested more into processors than AMD. AMD delivers almost the same performance for the same cost, however it is cheaper. So, if you have money to spend, buy an Intel i7 newest generation. If money are an issue, then try to buy an AMD FX […]

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Computers: the differences between i3, i5, and i7

The era of gigahertz is long gone as now we look at other specs to know if a processor is good enough for what we need it. AMD broke the gigahertz balloon when it created processors with names like Athlon 2000+, meaning that it could do the work of a 2GHz Intel processor with a […]

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Intel about the Internet of Things: Fast Forward is Now

Intel has a great list of articles based on various tech topics collected in one place called Adrenaline. I use their app too and regularly read about their take on the future of tech and what are they doing to enhance it so I’m finding myself learning a lot of cool new things from them. […]

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