The PENTIUM QUAD processor

January 20, 2008 12:23pm CST
Can any one gimme the configuration for PENTIUM QUAD processor????
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• United States
20 Jan 08
I'd be happy to inform you about the latest Intel Processor chip known as the - Intel Core 2 Quad (C2Q) - It is no longer called a Pentium for your information. It is now Core 2 - Just like the Intel Core 2 Duo (C2D). Intel's purpose of building the Intel C2Q was focusing on more effective, progressive, powerful and outstanding performance which doubles the performance from the C2D. With four processing cores the L2 Cache has reached 12MB and the Front Side Bus (FSB) speed has reached 1,333Mhz which would be 1.33Ghz of massive power! This means this chip offers extreme performance when using a powerful desktop or server. - This information is the new Intel C2Q Quad Q9000 series which ranges speeds up to 2.83Ghz to 3.0Ghz The features of the C2Q introduces this: Wide Dynamic Execution (WDE) - when the C2Q processor is at work on your Desktop it gives more instructions per cycle for better performance in execution time and energy efficiency. Intelligent Power Capability (IPC) - energy efficient performance. Smart Memory Access (SMA) - Optimizing data bandwidth - think of it like your internet high speed bandwidth - data information being sent back and forth going through extreme speed. Advance Digital Media Boost (ADMB) - Outstanding performance of executing information going through video, photo processing, pc gaming, includes HD Boost performance with SSE4 instructions. Power high thread applications - The focus was on mult-tasking - delivering extreme performance in daily computer activity - less slowdowns and will work outstanding in Microsoft Windows Vista with less problems. The Intel C2Q comes out in 32-bit, 64-bit and Server Processing. Perfectly made for Microsoft Windows Vista - Even the C2Q will run good in Vista - but other previous processors don't have enough sufficient power that can compare with the C2Q and the powerful C2Q. The combining forces of the C2D and C2Q is unstoppable. Even the oldest and latest AMD processors cannot keep up to the performance that C2 chips can offer. With benchmarks from the older C2Q chips - talking about the Q6000 series comparing to the Q9000 chips - Q9000 has tripled its performance! So if you're into getting a powerful built sufficient desktop machine - Get the Intel C2Q - along with 2GB to 4GB of RAM - recommended! Running SATA-2 or SATA-3 Hard Drives and also recommend 600 to 800W Power Supply - would not recommend anything lower than that.
@pinksoda (113)
• Philippines
21 Jan 08
From what I have heard they are the newest processors out and very expensive. But also said to be the fastest processor out to be.