I don't know much about the newer pentium processors and I would like to learn more about their power and statistics. I'm still using a 1.4Ghz P3 cpu so I'm still kind of learning about newer cpus. I have no idea what the difference is between dual core, ht, celeron, etc. I really get confused when I'm on online pc shopping websites and I see a Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6700 Socket 775 Quad-Core 2.66Ghz for $1200. Than I see something else like a Intel Xeon 3.0GHz Socket 604 1024K L2 Cache 800MHz FSB... & I start thinking to myself "wait a minute one is 2.66Ghz and the other one is 3.0Ghz, why is the one with lower Ghz more expensive and the one with higher Ghz less expensive?".
I have no idea what's going on I mean I read about intel processors here and there, but I want to know if anyone has a detailed chart where I can see all the intel processors ever made (or just the newer ones), listed in order of strength. (ie: worst to best.... slowest to fastest... old to new)
Preferably something that shows spec details, that shows all the different types together on one chart. (ie: ht, celeron, dual core, etc.)
Edited by superstar, 18 December 2006 - 07:11 AM.