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sam24759
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is the processor ( amd A8-3500m) equal to (intel core i7) or what?

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I want to know if the processor AMD A8-3500 is equal to Intel i7 or what?

Also AMD A6-3400 is equal to what for the intel?

 

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banhien
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Re: is the processor ( amd A8-3500m) equal to (intel core i7) or what?

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Core i7 could be a dual core or quad core CPU. And there are some ultra low voltage Core i7 CPUs too.

You need the model numbers of the Core i7 and A8.

 

For the second question, please refer to this:

  http://forum.notebookreview.com/hardware-components-aftermarket-upgrades/590462-comparing-amd-intel-...

 

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Re: is the processor ( amd A8-3500m) equal to (intel core i7) or what?


sam24759 wrote:

Hi

 

I want to know if the processor AMD A8-3500 is equal to Intel i7 or what?

Also AMD A6-3400 is equal to what for the intel?

 

Thanks


Hi,

I wouldn't say equal but it's the same kind of technology as the Sandy Bridge CPUs. AMD CPUs have a worse computing performance but this processors have a better performance in graphics tasks. It means that the second Core iX generation is good for multitasking etc. but the newest AMD should be better for gaming (ATI is better in graphics than Intel).  

If you want to compare Intel/AMD processors with the same speed, Intel is always better solution..

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