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Thanks to Moore's Law, computer processors keep getting faster and more powerful all the time, making last year's system all but obsolete for playing next year's games. Lately, a computer processor's performance has been influenced by more than just the number of transistors, however, as chip makers have tried to add a number of new capabilities. Read the articles in this section to find out what these are, and how they affect what you want to do with your system.

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