Processor Ratings on Computer, specifically Intel. Intel is the pioneer and the leader when it comes to computer processors. Although people have been buying AMD due to cheaper costs, the AMD processors themselves and the power.
AMD was never really at par when it comes to producing what Intel has produced.
One of the basic problems a computer has is it overheats. The fan does not solve the problem because the problem is the processor itself which is the main cause for overheating, according to the Processor Ratings, Intel has worked hard on its Threading Technology which AMD cannot level with. AMD’s problem is they were focused on producing the better chip than what Intel has produced. Although AMD worked on the heating problem. Intel is still the much better chip. The reason why AMD cannot be at par with Intel is the computer cannot maximize many processor resources and it cannot handle multiple programs.
The Processor Ratings of Computers recognize Intel as the better computer. They will always be better because they have the technology to be better, if not the best. Intel’s Pentium 4
with HT Technology can blow AMD out of oblivion. HT backs up the Pentium Processor so it can run more efficiently even with more information and programs running at the same time. Intel also has the fan that cools off the processor. With Intel’s newest chip, Xeon, which is a dual core processor that boosts performance for business applications. It has been noted that Xeon reduces power. Although it has been noticed that people still prefer to use their Pentium 4 wiht HT Technology. The processors are at 3.4 GHZ. There is a complete downside with Intel’s chips. It comes with a very high price. If the user purchases a P4 3.4 GHZ with HT Technology or a Xeon Processor, it will cost the user about $1,200.00. You can buy a great processor at AMD for half the price. That is the sole reason why AMD still exists today.
The Processor Ratings of Computers specifically on Intel has shed light on certain problem areas encountered by users. You can buy a 3.8 GHZ processor with HT Technology and it does what is required to do and it does everything that needs to be done. It has a great processor. Even an Intel 3.4 GHZ is good enough but if you have the money to spend, well, the Xenon goes at a thousand bucks minimum. However, if you are a gamer and have a budget. Well an AMD will do as they are cheaper and can play most of the games.