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"Intel Processor" Replaces Pentium & Celeron Brands

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  • #51
    people don't get the most simple way to name such chips who represent the performance and price in one single number ans was right the last 40 years...
    1 tranistor can switch to on or off... 1 or 0 ...
    modern cpus have 10 billion tranistors and 6000mhz means 6000 million on/off switches per second.
    means (10billions*clock speed)= result

    10 000 000 000*6 000 000 000=6.E19

    this is the one single number they won't ever tell their customers because with that number they can not "cheat" and without cheat there is no profit.
    Phantom circuit Sequence Reducer Dyslexia

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    • #52
      Originally posted by [email protected] View Post
      My thought too. I would discard "Celeron", since it always had been associated with bad CPUs, and keep "Pentium"
      "Tell me you're too young to remember the Celeron 300A without telling me you're too young to remember the 300A".

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