Processors

A machine that processes something.


32-bit vs. 64-bit – what’s the difference, and what does it mean for your PC?
What are bits? The number of bits in a processor refers to the size of the data types that it handles and the size of its registry. Simply put, a 64-bit processor is more capable than a 32-bit processor because it can handle more data at once. A 64-bit processor […]

32-bit vs. 64-bit – what’s the difference, and what does ...


AMD’s newest APUs boost performance by 17 percent, go toe-to-toe with Intel Core i5
In 2011, AMD introduced the APU, a single chip that crams CPU cores and GPU cores into a single-chip solution. Since then, the company has evolved that design each year, moving from the “Trinity” APU in 2012 to the most recent “Carrizo” chip launched in May 2015. Now the company […]

AMD’s newest APUs boost performance by 17 percent, go toe-to-toe ...


This tiny computer is a quarter the size of Raspberry Pi
Hackers and tinkerers rejoice! There’s another single-board computer for you to build your next project with. The Onion Omega2 is a full-fledged Linux computer that you can buy for $5 (about £4, AU$7). But what would you even do with a computer like this? Onion positions the Omega2 as an […]

This tiny computer is a quarter the size of Raspberry ...



Arm Processor
We have all heard about ARM processors in some or other form maybe read an article or saw it in the phone specification etc. but the real question remains. What is an ARM Processor? First I’d like to point out the ARM Processors is not the same as the processors […]

What is ARM?