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I want to know about different cpu processor.how they are working and evolution of cpu processor

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    i wan more informtion on processor. treat me as 0 about processor.tell me the proper answer

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PROCESSOR IS BASICALLY KNOWN FOR ITS BEST PERFORMANCE AND SPEED. CURRENTLY AMD PROCESSORS ARE KNOWN FOR ITS BEST PERFORANCE AT LOWEST RATES. BUT IF YOU NEED A BETTER PERFORMANCE YOU SHOULD GO TO INTEL PROCESSORS. COZ TODAY INTEL PROCESSORS ARE THE WORLDS FASTEST PROCESSORS. THE ONLY LIMITATONS FOR THIS PROCESSORS IS ITS PRICE.

BUT IF YOU NEED TO PLAY GAMES AND WANT TO WORK IN MULTI TASKING YOU I ADVICE U TO SHIFT INTO INTEL PROCESSOR.

YOU CAN COMPARE THE BOTH PROCESSORS. JUST GO TO GOOGLE.COM AND TYPE COMPARE PROCESSORS IN SEARCH. THE RESULTS WILL SHOWS YOU THE SAME THING AS I SAID.

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