I`ve been a AMD fan as long as i know but i have a few questions for everyone!
If INTEL`s chip specifies Pentium 4 3600(800FSB 1MB)LGA 775Pinn the we all know its 3.6GHZ!
But Now WHY when we get to AMD specification of chipset : AMD Athlon64 ? 4000+ (PIB) 2.4GHZ, 939-Pin Processor (128 L1 + 512 L2 Cache) HyperTransport?
, Its 4000+ but only actually 2.4GHZ,
Can someone please explain this Theory to me?
Is the AMD Chip then considered better or less performance than INTEL`s Pentium Chip!And if what makes the AMD Better?
I`m still a AMD fan and will always be, i just need this information to get a clear picture of the situation!
Thank You All
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