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  • 2). AMD Versus Intel CPU War  By : Chris Hall
    If you are in the market to purchase a computer there are many options in existence. You can purchase a Hewlett Packard, Gateway, IBM, or a custom built system. But there is one thing that all of these computers will utilize and that is a CPU (central processing unit). The CPU is responsible for interpreting and executing instructions for the motherboard.
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  • 4). General Overview Of Motherboards  By : Chris Hall
    Everyone hears the term motherboard and wonders exactly what it is? This term is so loosely defined that it gets confusing very quickly to the average computer user. A motherboard is the information transfer hub of your computer system. It could be called the chassis of your computer. The motherboard will contain connection points for your CPU (Central Processing Unit), Hard drive, RAM (Random Access Memory), Video Card, and Power Supply as a general rule of thumb.
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  • 7). Why Upgrade To Corsair DDR2 RAM?  By : Chris Hall
    New technology is being introduced every day it seems. Computers are finally getting more stable and they continue to get faster. In this article we I will be talking about some of the new advances in RAM, specifically the new Corsair DDR2 Ram and what it can do for your computer. First, for the newbies, a definition of what RAM is; According to Princeton University, random-access memory is the most common computer memory that can be used by programs to perform necessary tasks while the computer is on.
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  • 8). Apple Makes Partnership with Intel  By : Sezer Bozkurt
    For years Apple computers has been pushing their own processors and operating systems but it seems the tides are turning. Apple recently announced their new range of desktops and notebooks sporting dual core Intel processors. This is an interesting move on both the part of Intel and Apple. Apple has “made a deal with the devil” so to speak by opting to use the Intel dual core processors.
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