Hardware

AMD vs Intel

AMD vs Intel
AMD and Intel are two different companies that are competing with each other to capture the semiconductor industry. The major difference between the two is price, while Intel offers high prices for its...

EEPROM vs FlashROM

EEPROM vs FlashROM
EEPROM is a type of non-volatile memory that is a user-modifiable memory that can be constantly erased and re-programmed by users through applying higher than normal electrical voltage generated externally or...

Dual Core vs Quad Core

Dual Core vs Quad Core
A dual-core processor is a type of a central processing unit (CPU) that has two complete execution cores. Quad-core processors have four independent central processing units that can read and execute...

x86 vs x64

x86 vs x64
x86 is a family of instruction set architectures that are based on the original Intel 8086 CPU. The x64 is an instruction set architecture that belongs to the x86 family that supports 64 bits per address.

DDR1 vs DDR2

DDR1 vs DDR2
DDR1 and DDR2 are two different types of SDRAM that are used in computers. DDR2 provides a faster transfer rate, bus clock and is more power-friendly compared to DDR1.

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