What is the best computer processor for 2012?

By Liz Cornwell | January 17, 2012 |

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what is the best computer processor

When you think of buying a new computer, the most important choice you have to make is what is the best computer processor. That’s because the computer’s central processing unit (CPU) is the most important part of your PC. Your computer’s speed, performance and multitasking abilities depend on the processor. You can add RAM, tweak Windows, but if your CPU is no good, your computer will never perform as well as you want it to. So, if you are looking for a new desktop or laptop, you need to decide which processor to buy.

So, what is the best computer processor to buy? Well, if you are looking for a processor that will give you top performance, high speed computing, good 3D graphics performance, and a large cache to diminish memory load, then your ideal CPU is Intel Core i7. This new processor from Intel uses Sandy Bridge-E technology and offers a Quad-channel memory controller, 40 PCI-Express 3.0-capable lanes and super-fast performance.

If you are getting a CPU for your desktop computer, then the most powerful ones are Intel Core i7-3930K and Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition. The Core i7-3930K is a Turbo six core with Hyper-Threading processor. It runs at 3.2-3.8GHz and has 12MB of L3 cache. As for the Core i7-3960X, well this is a really powerful piece of Intel magic. This processor is called the Extreme Edition and you can see why – it runs at 3.3-3.9GHz, is a Turbo six-core CPU with Hyper-Threading, and it comes with 15MB of L3 cache and an unlocked multiplier. So, if you are looking for extreme performance, this answers the question “what is the best computer processor”. However, there is one big negative factor – the price. Core i7-3930K costs about $600 and the Core i7-3960X costs a whopping $990. So, if you are not ready to spend that much money on a processor alone, there are some other, more affordable options from both Intel and AMD.

But what is the best computer processor from Intel that doesn’t cost a fortune?

Basically, if you are looking for an Intel CPU and expect high-end performance, go for the Core i5 line. Intel Core i5 CPUs use the Sandy Bridge technology, which means they give your PC a turbo boost. If you are happy to spend about $210 on your CPU, then Intel Core i5-2500 Quad-Core 3.3-3.7GHz (Turbo) is the way to go. Another good choice from Intel is Core i5 750. Well, that’s as far as Intel is concerned. But let’s not overlook AMD processors – they are quickly gaining in popularity and have the potential to outperform Intel.

If you ask me what is the best computer processor from AMD, I will recommend the AMD Phenom II line. Phenom II are not the newest processors from AMD, but they are the best choice when it comes to the performance and price combination. Even though AMD have released AMX FX processors that are commonly called AMD Bulldozer, these processors have trouble outperforming Intel Core i5 and i7 in most cases. And when it comes to some operations, Phenom II works better than Bulldozer.

But what if you are looking for a budget CPU that will offer you decent performance? What is the best computer processor to buy for less than $100? Well, there are a few choices from both Intel and AMD. From Intel you should consider Intel Celeron G530 Dual-Core 2.4GHz, Intel Pentium G620 Dual-Core 2.6GHz, and Intel Pentium G850 Dual-Core 2.9GHz. As for AMD, check out AMD Phenom II X2 555 3.2GHz Dual-Core 80W 6MB L3 Black Edition AM3 and AMD Phenom II X4 925 2.8GHz 6MB L3 Cache Quad-Core. Both of these processors offer good performance and will suit the needs of most home computer users.

These are the choices when it comes to choosing a processor for your computer. But to tell you the truth, only you can answer the question what is the best computer processor for your budget because it depends on the tasks you run and your particular computer performance requirements.

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    Michel
    January 29, 2012 @12:55 am

    Good article 🙂
    I have a PhenomII 955 Black Edition (overclockable (sorry I’m french), yes I did) and the ratio Performance/Price is actually (01/2012) the best…
    Sure Intel is the best but for the price hum hum
    My son’s (2) plays the recent games with hight detail (au max) without problems lol

    Good life ^^

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    Wanting the good life
    January 30, 2012 @01:12 am

    I purchased the Gateway ZX6900-01E all in one, it came with Intel’s i3 Dual Core processor it’s surprisingly fast for a dual core CPU, I’m also a fan of AMD i think they are the best bang for the buck no doubt! BTW there’s no need to apologize, it’s no biggie that your french, I’m American 😉 I mean Intel and AMD are to different companies but there both good in there own ways =]

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    Amit Kumar
    March 15, 2012 @04:59 pm

    I know INTEL is the best even though i purchased AMD Athalon(tm) II X2 250 Processor 3.00GHz. And now my PC hangs a lot. Is it the processor or RAM(2GB). I am running Windows7(32-bit).

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    Liz Cornwell
    March 15, 2012 @05:58 pm

    Hi Amit,

    I think you could do with more RAM.

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    Amit Kumar
    March 16, 2012 @03:42 pm

    Liz Cornwell,

    Thanks for your suggestion, hope it might help.

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    Willard Baldwin III
    April 3, 2012 @03:36 pm

    1. These chip references are interesting and well done, however, I think that in a few moments the next chip is about to roll in. It’s the Ivy League. From what little I really know, it sounds much like the Pentium11 situation, where about the time you got the computer set up, the Pentium111 had arrived.

    2. I think the Nvidia and Ati excel in different areas essentially, so ideally you want one of each.

    3. I am going to write Intel and ask them to stop making their very lousy Intel Graphics Cards. I don’t know what the numbers are, but they are a waste and many people know to “upgrade” to one of the above when buying, therefore costing them more money, needlessly. Intel owns Nvidia. How many pennies do they want to wring out of everone anyway? As an example, try and configure a mini mac with any quad core chip and any Nvidia or Ati chip. Last time I tried I finally got there for a little under $2,000.00. To be more exact, some of this is on Apple, as they always are behind in the offereings as compared to PC’s. Also, take note that the iMac All in One is a bust. If you’re LCD goes white/gray, but all other components are good; you know, the Chip, the Graphics, the motherboard, in other words vitually all of the computer (Imagine you’re standard PC/Laptop Monitor set up. I always use a 27″-28″ Monitor with anything; a PC, Laptop, Netbook you name it. You can get ones at this level at good prices and in my opinion, help stave off the eyes problems the vast majority of people experience anyway.) your only choice is to have a new one installed at a cost that makes it more pratical to get a new computer. Maybe Liz can get some info on the IVY League. Is it here in April or May? Motherboards are out there ready for it now. Intel should be happy that Apple, while they last, has gone to their chips. They are now trapped in their upgrade cycle, which is lightning multiplied compared to when they used previous chips. As to security, look out. Not only are they as vulnerable as MS, but with people banking on iPhones (Not nearly the best, by the way) thay are now a real target. They are better programmers from what my experience on an Imac has lead me to conclude. MS is sloppy, sloppy, sloppy. The one thing the new OS seems to be extremely good at is aquiring new drivers. It seems to usually NOT want the driver disk. I tried arguing with it once and blue screened, which is no big deal and hardly fatal, BILLLLL. They should have named the company: RU Sure? I do whatever I want on thier stuff, having been flying along on a mainframe when they were born. The next thing I knew were 8″ floppy disks. So if you agree on the Graphics logic, write Intel, please.

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    Clifferd
    June 19, 2012 @03:07 pm

    THE WORLD’S BEST & FASTEST PROCESSORS ARE:AMD FX CORE-8 @8.429
    &
    :INTEL CORE i7

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    rishan
    June 20, 2012 @05:00 am

    hi, I,m going to buy
    HP Pavilion G6-1154SA Laptop (Intel Core i3, 3GB, 320GB, 15.6″ Display).can some one let me know about this processor and laptop

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    jagan
    June 24, 2012 @10:54 am

    rishan, hi friend,which is the bestprocessors in the computer

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    Fred
    June 26, 2012 @08:51 am

    What is the best one to buy today? As I hear, a new CPU is coming out soon the would be even better?

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    anil singh
    June 30, 2012 @12:13 pm

    i think IVY BRIDGE processors(THIRD GENERATION) can give better performance than SANDY BRIDGE(SECOND GENERATION).
    Intel Core i7-3770K(an IVY BRIDGE PROCESSOR).

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    sujeet
    July 3, 2012 @01:58 pm

    which is the best intel processor for 3d between 5000 to10000 price plz tell me ?

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    Gajanan
    July 27, 2012 @10:59 am

    Hi Liz Cornwell,

    Thanks for such a good information.

    But could you put some light on Latest laptop processor to be prefeered while buying laptop. Now days laptop are more popular, but due to confusing configuration by Laptop brands, it is difficult to select proper laptop, which will give top performance.

    Regards,

    Gajanan

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    alvin
    August 1, 2012 @11:07 am

    i have amd athlon II x3 455 processor. it runs at 3.3 GHZ. i have all the latest games and could run at max resolutions and details. runs smooth. all though i also have 4 gb RAM and Nvidia GTX 550 Ti videocard

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    alvin
    August 1, 2012 @11:10 am

    the best processor at stock level and no overclocking is undeniably the intel core i7 brands particularly the 3960x and 3770K.. but when overclocking comes into play. the pure best is the AMD FX 8150 which holds the guiness world record at 9 + GHZ.. allthough other factors might affect speed rather than clockspeed alone.

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    Acy
    August 2, 2012 @10:41 pm

    I am wanting to buy a laptop for home use. All I ever do is search internet, download pictures, and check email. Does anyone have suggestions for an inexpensive laptop? Not sure what processor I need? Not sure what brand of computer is better?

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    GWK
    August 11, 2012 @06:24 am

    The best Intel® Xeon E7-8830 🙂

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    Robin
    August 15, 2012 @07:37 pm

    A FX8150 at 9GHz can only run for a few seconds, just enough to set a record.
    In a home situation, with lets say Phase-change cooling, basicly freezing your cpu, it would not get passed 5,7GHz, after that it will become unstable and in time it will fail on you.
    Don’t get me wrong, it’s not an AMD bash or something, but I’m stuck at Phenom II (Thuban) and would love to upgrade, but spending over €500 for a decent i7 setup is just not in my league…
    Just sucks they uses over 2 billion transistors in that thing, making it hopelessly complicated and expensive to make, while the Phenom II x6 (Thuban) still kicks it’s ass in some tests, or at least keeps up with the FX…

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    Richerd
    August 23, 2012 @01:14 am

    Hallo everyone.
    I am going for à new laptop. But i am Looking for best processor and i find 3 intel Core i7 , Intel Core i5 and AMD phantom II.
    Can u Guys help me of chossing one of them?

    Richerd

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    Dave
    September 6, 2012 @03:43 pm

    You fail to mention the Intel i3 processor I have a Dell Desktop and an HP laptop both having the Intel i3.

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    Timmy Joshua
    September 12, 2012 @04:09 pm

    Hi, Amit
    You can actually try a (4GB) Ram.

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    Timmy Joshua
    September 12, 2012 @04:14 pm

    Hi, Guys

    Am going for a new laptop, and am a programming and gaming type. Pls can u help me out in choosing the best……….

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    surendra
    October 3, 2012 @10:20 am

    Hi,
    Sir actually i am study latest pinless processor.

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    Kundan Kumar
    October 3, 2012 @01:14 pm

    I have a desktop pc with core 2 Quad processor and 4 gb DDR2 RAM. Whenever i will work on corel draw for designing then our pc performance goning very slow. I dont know why ? I want to change my processor for more speed. when I chek the processor speed then i found it will uses 100%

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    sarath
    October 4, 2012 @01:27 pm

    If you want a new processor and also speed then, as my experience you must buy processor with Ghz above 3.0 you should also exchange your ddr2 motherboad and take ddr3 boad which is more faster and smoother to use

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    Yaser Arafath
    October 8, 2012 @02:26 pm

    I think AMD A8 is the best prosser….

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    george
    October 11, 2012 @12:14 am

    This was really good advise thanke you for sharinfg

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    sky
    October 12, 2012 @09:33 pm

    am a student wanna purchase a tablet n notebook and my budget is 30,000 can any one help me out of this plz i need advice keeping both standard and budget inline. and even say both of them whats best ex: i have decided to allot 10,000 for tablet and 20,000 for notebook so with in range adviceme the best pleaseeee….

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    Andrew
    October 14, 2012 @07:07 am

    Hello, I am curious, I am about to buy a new computer and just was curious was processor was better.
    1: AMD® FX™ 8150 3.6/4.2GHz 8-Core 16MB Cache
    2:Intel® Xeon™ E5-2687W 3.1/3.8GHz Turbo 20MB Cache 8-core

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    Riz1
    October 17, 2012 @05:57 pm

    I have an AMD FX-4100 Quad-core processor 3.6Ghz CPU, but when i see the system summary at the system information(in the system tools of accesories), i find that my CPu has only 2 cores, but it was supposed to have 4!!!! i am shocked!! pls help me why this is happening??

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    Ankit
    October 30, 2012 @08:15 pm

    Guys,
    Intel and AMD both are good.Intel is great for office work while AMD is good at graphic work (designing,gaming,video editing etc.)
    So its upto you what you do and how much money you have.

    If buying an AMD now…wait….The Steamroller (3rd gen FX [bulldozer] are going to be launched in 8-10 months).They will be extremely good at multitasking.So wait…Becuase a wait will always give you a sweet fruit.

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    Nwokpor christboy
    November 4, 2012 @12:36 am

    To me i think intel processor is the best and dat is intel i7 processor is good

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    vicky
    November 18, 2012 @05:32 pm

    I would like to purchase a best PC at Rs.20K. Please advise me the best configuration

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    Stephen
    November 21, 2012 @11:44 am

    HP Pavilion G6-1154SA Laptop

    In regards to your question it has a dual core processor (1st generation i3) with four threads, GPU was designed for Directx 10, 320GB (spins at 5400rpm) HDD, 15.6″ LED screen

    Basically, it can be used as a business laptop or for students needing to use microsoft office, browse the internet, facebook, BUT it’s definitely not for gaming.

    Windows 7 laptops have one advantage over ones with Windows 8 already installed nor upgraded that you get Microsoft Office Starter (free to use MS Word & Excel) and you can still use MS Office 2003 if need be except on a Windows 8 system you cannot use either of those Office packages due to Microsoft getting greedy wanting users to upgrade to the later office editions.

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    Stephen
    November 21, 2012 @12:00 pm

    In regards to buying the best system that you can afford

    Just be wary that several manufacturers havde got sneaky cutting costs because now just like Intel i3 with dual cores with 4 threads, but now that also appears on Intel i5s and who knows how long before that appears on Intel i7 systems because you have to take of the model processor’s model no. check out the specs on it and if necessary check with Intel site instead because you may also the intergrated GPU may only be a HD 2500 instead of the usual HD 4000 normally found on the 3rd generation processors. This setup is starting to creep into the laptop/ultrabooks and so be careful in the shops as the assistant may not be aware of the difference in spec!

    Furthermore a lot of manufacturers including Asus, Sony, Toshiba, Dell’s XPS, etc, have installed an extra GPU on the boards which includes dedicated GB’s of memory for when a program requires it ie gaming/high end graphical use. This makes them suitable for gaming, but laptops will still not be beat the true power of a desktop being customisable.

    AMD’s like intel has the ability to automatically overclock when needed except the AMDs will not overclock if the processor is already running hot to prevent damage!

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    Eddo Anthony
    December 9, 2012 @02:48 pm

    Hey guys
    Now im using my studio xps 1647 i5 m460 ati 5730 4gb of memory. playing even playing black ops smoothly. The only problem is the heat is of my notebook. do you have any suggestion? (sorry for my bad english)

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    Angel
    December 21, 2012 @02:25 pm

    Stephen,
    Hi, can you guys tell me if this is worth $ 2,200.00
    VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680 4GB 16X PCIe 3.0 Video Card(Major Brand Powered by NVIDIA)
    COOLANT: Standard Coolant
    CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-3770K 3.50 GHz 8MB Intel Smart Cache LGA1155 (All Venom OC Certified)
    CS_FAN: Maximum Enermax 120MM Case Cooling Fans for selected case
    FAN: Asetek 510LC Liquid Cooling System 120MM Radiator & Fan (Enhanced Cooling Performance + Extreme Silent at 20dBA) (Single Standard 120MM Fan)
    FLASHMEDIA: INTERNAL 12in1 Flash Media Reader/Writer (BLACK COLOR)
    HDD: 256 GB OCZ Agility 4 SATA-III 6.0Gb/s SSD – 420MB/s Read & 410MB/s Write (Single Drive)
    HDD2: 2TB (2TBx1) SATA-III 6.0Gb/s 64MB Cache 7200RPM HDD (Single Drive)
    MEMORY: 16GB (4GBx4) DDR3/1600MHz Dual Channel Memory
    MOTHERBOARD: [CrossFireX] GIGABYTE Z77-DS3H Intel Z77 Chipset DDR3 ATX Mainboard w/ IRST, 7.1 HD Audio, GbLAN, 2x Gen3 PCIe x16, 2 PCIe x1 & 2 PCI (Pro OC Certified)
    OS: Microsoft® Windows 8 (64-bit Edition)
    OVERCLOCK: Extreme OC (Extreme Overclock 20% or more)
    POWERSUPPLY: 800 Watts – Standard Power Supply – SLI/CrossFireX Ready
    TUNING: Intel® Core™ i7-3770K Performance Tuning Protection Plan by Intel

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    Paul Johnston
    December 25, 2012 @05:19 am

    Can anyone answer this for me I looking at a new notebook,
    which is the better processor/memeory config
    1.Intel Core i7-3632QM Processor (6M Cache, 2.20 GHz) with 6 GB DDR3 – 1600MHz (2 DIMM) memory or
    2.Intel Core i5-3210M Processor (3M Cache, up to 3.10 GHz) with 4 GB DDR3 – 1600MHz (1 DIMM)

    My children play movies but then it basic computer stuff word etc.
    Would No 2 be fast enough.

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    STEVE
    December 27, 2012 @01:49 pm

    THE CORE I3 CPUS WOULD URINATE ON THE PHENOM CHIPS IN MY VIEW . THE I3 INTEL CPUS GO UPTO 3.4GHZ WERE EXPENSIVE NOT LONG AGO . THEY ARE A STEAL NOW ANS ARE STILL CHIPPY AND FAST .

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    BERNARD
    December 27, 2012 @01:58 pm

    I HAVE A LAPTOP A INTEL ICORE 3 2350M CPU 8 GIGS OF RAM AND IT SEEMS TO SCREAM ALONG VARY FAST . SO ID HATE TO SEE HOW QUICK THE CORE I 7S WERE . COULD THEY OVER HEAT IN A LAPTOP ONLY TIME WILL TELL .YES ID LIKE ONE . BUT MY LAPTOP IS NOT OLD AND IT DOES ALL I CAN NEED IF FORE .

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    sung
    January 8, 2013 @03:04 pm

    Ask any ”real” gamer, please. Amd was the way to go untill I7 sandy came on the market. It not only can but proven to out perform amd8150 in the gaming world. and how can anyone say amd is more bang for your buck? Guys are nuts. Check around, please. should I reference x51? If you dont know what that is, your not a gamer. Its okay. Its the top of the line laptop from ALIEN WARE for gamers!!! Oh, thats right… Intel…

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    sung
    January 8, 2013 @03:19 pm

    Wanna know what’s really bang for your buck? Get you a Dell, currently in the lead for cutting edge technology thats made in USA with i7 7330, 8 gigs of ram for around 700 bucks, brand new. and Dells lasts forever. anymore questions?

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    sung
    January 8, 2013 @03:25 pm

    Paul Johnston,
    Honestly, the i5 will do for what your needs are but throw an extra 150 to 200 and you got yourself a top of the line processor so you wont be outdated in a few years. Games are demanding more power as they get further along. My suggestion, if you can afford i7, im sure you can afford i7 and just be done with it.

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    sung
    January 8, 2013 @03:44 pm

    As for someone mentioning overheating issue, upgrade your fan and proper ventilation is important as well as your psu and cables. oh, and anytime you need to overclock your machine to achieve proper performance, its time to upgrade.

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    Arul
    February 7, 2013 @08:42 am

    i have amd fx 8150 prosser ram 16GB SSD 120GB hdd 1TB
    ATI firpro 5600 video card SMPS 1050w
    my suggestion is Amd and ati

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    Matt P
    February 12, 2013 @06:11 pm

    It all depends on what you want to do with your computer! If its gaming then go with a high Mhz or Ghz clocked AMD, even the high quality Intels (high-end i7) can handle gaming pretty well, and most GPU’s (graphics processing units) are tailored to special chips and chip-sets, so it depends on the GPU you really want. For business, internet and other everyday but high multitasking, (multi-threading) chores the Intel i-series chips (i3,i5, and low-end i7’s) are awesome and your best bet, they are fast and durable, and can handle just about anything except high stress games that you throw at it, however they all contain their own…. graphics card, called integrated graphics, hence the i before the number. These integrated graphics can be turned off if you want to add a GPU into your system, but if you turn it off then your wasting about 2/5ths of the money that you spent on the chip because of the integrated graphics. Bottom line is that it all depends on what your planning to do with your machine. From high end Gaming to Business-internet, and multitasking, to just an in the middle machine capable of operating any Microsoft office app at the same time and being able to play low end graphics video games.

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    shankar daruka
    February 15, 2013 @05:37 pm

    I want to buy a good and fast laptop.
    can any one suggesst which is the best now a days for looking 2013 ahead onwards

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    Betty
    February 19, 2013 @12:39 am

    Hi
    I’m the process of buying a new for home

    One is Toshiba Laptop, with Next Gen
    AMD A6 Accelerated Processor
    17.3 screem, 6GB, 640 Hard Drive.

    The other is HP Pavilion g4 Notebook PC g4 2320DX,
    AMD Dual Core A6-4400M Acceelerated Processor
    14.0 Screem, 500GB Hard Drive, 4096MB DDR3 SDRAM

    Window 8 on both.

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    mukupa
    February 21, 2013 @03:24 pm

    what is best processor to use on pc running windows 7 which is home based

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    Satish Kushwaha
    February 21, 2013 @09:40 pm

    Please tell me best amd processor under 10000 rupees for desktop

    Also tell me
    Asus motherboard

    Best hdd
    Best ram
    Power supply
    Grafic card
    DVD RW
    For it

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    Stephen
    February 21, 2013 @10:09 pm

    Betty,

    Ignore both of these and stay well clear of them and stay with 3rd generation Intel Processors instead, and why they beat them hands down AMD’s A6 processors because the processor is capable of doing more plus the integrated graphics chip is better too.

    Look for a laptop which states Intel inside ex. i3 – 3XXX (the 1st digit following after i3 tells you it’s a 3rd generation processor compatible with Microsoft’s DirectX v11). The info above the following digit is the same with i5/i7 processors. The i3 is a dual core processor with 4 threads which helps throughput just like having more lanes on a motorway to allow better flow of traffic to reduce congestion!

    Having a large is no longer required much these days due to the fact it’s far better to have an external hard disk back up drive instead. So, what you lose in size of a hard drive will allow you to purchase a laptop with a far better processor within integrated graphics chip i.e. i3/i5 or i7

    i3 laptop is a good for business/student level and not so demanding games

    i5 is a good all rounder that can be used for general gaming and moderately processor demanding business software

    i7 is perfect for Gamers and high End graphical users that use video/audio converting, creating engineering/architect designs while multitasking in partnership with a very good quality graphics card/chip with dedicated memory.

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    Stephen
    February 21, 2013 @11:06 pm

    mukupa,

    Depends on what you want to use it for which will determine which processor is the most appropriate?

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    Niroshan
    February 24, 2013 @07:30 am

    Hi Guys,
    I have buy new laptop.so, please help me find best processor of intel(i3,i5,i7).

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    Mahesh Atpadkar
    February 28, 2013 @10:24 am

    pls lell me which is the best microprocessor for pc?

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    Deepak
    March 24, 2013 @10:48 am

    Sir, i have pentium R processor. i want to purchase i7 processor. so help me

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    EZHIL.K
    April 13, 2013 @05:27 pm

    Richerd, i7 is the best processor friend

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    sumit thakor
    April 28, 2013 @08:03 pm

    its very important for me because i am buying a new leptop……and now i am buy intel core i7 prosseser leptop..

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    surya
    May 13, 2013 @05:48 pm

    My lap is with AMD A6-3420M processor, 4Gb RAM, AMD RADEON graphics.
    am i using good lap or bad lap?
    will it work good?
    I had bought it on dec 2012.

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    Joseph
    July 5, 2013 @06:17 pm

    I am in need of a laptop wit h fast processor, large hard disk and ram. pls i need somebody to tell which system can suit my taste. thanks

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    prakash
    July 26, 2013 @11:39 am

    Gajanan, look for a laptop which states Intel inside ex. i3 – 3XXX (the 1st digit following after i3 tells you it’s a 3rd generation processor compatible with Microsoft’s DirectX v11). The info above the following digit is the same with i5/i7 processors. The i3 is a dual core processor with 4 threads which helps throughput just like having more lanes on a motorway to allow better flow of traffic to reduce congestion!

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    Morgan Campbell
    July 31, 2013 @11:50 pm

    It could be caused by any one (or more) of many things. The CPU is the least likely to be causing it, and unless you have faulty RAM that is also unlikely.
    The most likely cause would be conflicts between drivers and/or apps; and an indequate or faulty power supply is one of the common but least suspected causes of computer problems.

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    mamku
    August 18, 2013 @04:32 pm

    oh really?what if i change my laptop processor into 4.00+ Ghz and its RAm up to 8 Gb.what will happen?pls.reply

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    Morgan Campbell
    August 19, 2013 @03:08 pm

    Michel,
    It’s no surprise that an Intel partner would publish an article claiming Intel is the best buy.

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    kims
    September 12, 2013 @03:42 pm

    hi guys,
    in the process of owning one. am undecided till now. kindly help me to choose the best.

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    vijaypal
    September 17, 2013 @03:03 pm

    I would like to purchase a best Motherboard in gigabyte and Processor of best speed for Home Please help me.

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    James
    September 17, 2013 @11:59 pm

    @the person who claimed alien ware are the best, alien ware is a brand made by dell for gaming PC’s, they use intel because of sheer brand recognition, not because it’s the best, the new AMD can safely go to 6.9GHz while remaning stable, the new AMD only costs around £150 ($220) and out preforms intel. don’t you ever say AMD are crap because they run rings around them with their motherboards, Graphics card, RAM chips and CPUs!

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    EhsaN
    January 4, 2014 @04:09 am

    Thank U So Much Auslogics . We Love Ur Products And Always We Use Them . They Are Suitable, Trustable & Much more . Thanks a lot ♥

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    EhsaN
    January 4, 2014 @04:12 am

    Michel, I Gladed As Your Choice ^ ^ Very Good Life