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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.

  Date Title Author Hits
  01-03-05  Into the Itanium, Part 3 DMOS 18878
  12-29-04  64 Bits and AMD, A Year Later DMOS 28229
  12-27-04  Into the Itanium, Part 2 DMOS 20299
  11-01-04  AMD Sempron 3100+ Review DMOS 378137
  10-27-04  Itanium Introduction DMOS 21612
  10-18-04  Intel Says Goodbye to 4GHz P4 DMOS 30109
  10-13-04  Why Silicon Features are so Important Now DMOS 19796
  09-09-04  Not another Intel vs. AMD Debate!? (This Time, It's About Video) Clinton 83323
  08-30-04  Where's Alviso? DMOS 39100
  10-09-03  Intel Pentium 4 2.6c 800MHz FSB Jim Miller 73679
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