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Intel vs. AMD
Cody Smith
English 11

Now day’s people are using computers on a daily basis either for work, personal use, gaming, science, video editing or even big research projects. Computers were formed because people thought it would be easier to accomplish a task quicker. But for this to be possible there was one part on a computer that acted like a brain and made all tasks possible called a “PROCESSOR”. The Processor is also known as the “Central Processing Unit” or the “CPU”, serves as the engine of the computer. It also enables the system create a fast retrieval of information across applications and programs. The Processor is also responsible for gathering, understanding and processing every code it receives from the other computer components along with all applications and task that the user is doing making it compatible for the (OS) operating system. A Processor is a device attached on a computers motherboard that enables the computer to function. Its primary function is to present an output or an image in the computers monitor which enables the users to view what this computer itself contains. The Processor is a small chip but functions so BIG. A processor is the main consideration in the computer’s parts because of its big advantage and effects on the computer. This in return makes companies come into play for the CPU market. One of the most leading brands of processors is the Integrated Electronics (Intel) Intel (Integrated Electronics Corporation) is the world's largest CPU manufacturer. It was founded in 1968 and is based in Santa Clara, California (US). (Intel.com) Intel is the creator of the x86 CPU architecture which is now used in the majority of PCs and since 2006 Macs as well. (Cnet) AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) was founded in 1969 and is based in Sunnyvale, California (US). It is the second largest supplier of x86 architecture CPUs. (AMD)
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