So, we have established that the task of cooling the processor should be solved regardless of how the other elements are cooled. And the ways to solve it have long been known, let me just briefly dwell on some points.
To cool the processor, it is necessary and in most cases it is enough to install a radiator on the processor, and a fan on the radiator. Continue reading
There is nothing surprising (by the way, and nothing bad) in the fact that the manufacturer of any product considers his product to be the best product of “all time.” Nevertheless, it is useful to present the useful qualities of the product in relation to other similar products. In the case we are considering, this is actually quite difficult to do. The fact is that the lines of AMD and Intel have long diverged. They produce completely different processors. Continue reading
On April 22, AMD announced a server version of its 64-bit Opteron processor. Unfortunately, the server version was announced. In addition, most likely at the beginning the 64-bit platform will be very expensive, so for a long time we will continue to install 32-bit Athlon XP processors in desktop computers. Information about the Athlon XP processors, and especially about its latest modification (on the Barton core) is very contradictory. Continue reading