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There is ONE processor in any computer but each processor may contain multiple cores. Also each processor has what is called "cache" usually named L1, L2, and L3 with different speeds that corresponds to your processors speed. ( i vote go with AMD processors if you need one they are great with price and quality i have a phenom 955 x2 quad core and i LOVE IT 3.2ghz of speed)

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