This time I will share Tips Choosing Processor that according to your needs. For this processor, whether you’re a gamer or not, still have to use a processor with a speed that qualified. The aim is clear that for the best performance of your computer and is not disturb you by long loading when you work with a computer.
Seeing a Processor specification not only from of speed or core speed alone. Many other factors affecting the reliability of a Processor. For example, the number of Core Core Processor, Technology, Graphic, Power and Compliance with the other components. The more fit a processor with other components, the more stable your computer’s performance.
What sort of things need to be careful when you want to buy a processor?
If you are using a computer in a long period of time each day I suggest using Intel Processors, and if you only use a computer only a few hours each day using AMD better. Purpose endurance here is endurance to heat Processor itself, while they are working. For now hot Prsesor can be overcome by using a cooler, better yet if you using coolant fluid (Water Cooling System).
See Processor speed that you want to buy, for example 3.4 GHz. The greater the speed of a processor core, the better its performance. And if there are four core processor with the speed of 3.4 Ghz, then can be calculated by 4 X 3,4 Ghz processor so that the maximum speed is 13.6 Ghz. But that only works if you are running a program that uses a multicore system. If you run a program that uses only a single core features, then only one core cores are used.
Core Processor or better known by the Core (Example: Dual Core Processor means has two core). If you are a user Chipset LGA 775 Processor I suggest using the highest technology in this socket Core 2 Quad has four cores. To use the LGA 1150 Core i3 or above the type of it. And if you use the AMD AM3 can use Vishera FX or if you want to save money, Phenom Black can be a great choice. To view the Processor speed, look at the speed in Logica Core.
| Core i3 Dual-Core
| Core i5 Quad-Core
| Core i7 Quad-Core
| Core i7 Haswell-E Series
| AMD Phenom Black X4
| Vishera FX Series
Cache memory is a small memory’s high speed that serves to store temporary order required by the processor. cache memory it may be said this is a internal memory of Processor. SRAM-based cache memory that is physically very small and capacities of data is small or little. At this time, there are three types of cache memory, namely L1 cache, L2 cache and L3 cache.
L1 cache integrated with processor chip, which means that the location of the L1 cache has been fused with a processor chip (located inside the processor chip). While the location of L2 cache, there are fused with a processor chip, there is also located outside the processor chip, which is on the motherboard near the processor holder position. At the Intel 80486 processor or earlier, the location of L2 cache are mostly located outside the processor chip. Separate cache of the processor chip, standing alone near the processor chip. Since the era of Intel Pentium processor, the location of L2 cache is now integrated in the processor chip. The position of L2 cache is always located between the L1 cache with the main memory (RAM). While the L3 cache in general have not been implemented on any type of processor. Only certain processors that have L3 cache.
Data transfer from L1 cache to the processor occurs most rapidly than L2 cache and L3 cache. Its velocity approaches the speed of the register. L1 cache is locked at the same speed on the processor. Physically L1 cache can not be seen with the naked eye. L1 cache is the first location that is accessed by the processor when searching for data supply. Most small data storage capacity, from tens to thousands of bytes depending on the type of processor. In some types of pentium processor capacity is 16KB which is divided into two parts, namely 8KB to store instructions, and 8KB to store data.
Fastest data transfer is the second after the L1 cache L2 cache. The processor can retrieve data from the integrated L2 cache is faster than the non-integrated L2 cache. Data storage capacity is greater than the L1 cache, among hundreds of thousands of bytes to millions of bytes, there are 128KB, 256KB, 512KB, 1MB, 2MB, even 8MB, depending on the type of processor. Data storage capacity for even larger L3 cache, can be hundreds of millions of bytes. At each brand processor definitely put a cache specification between 1Mb to 8Mb. The larger the size, the better the performance as well. For the latest technology Intel Haswell-E processor already has a 20MB L3 Smart Cache.
More advanced the technology of a processor, than the performance will be better. Intel’s latest technology is Intel Haswell 4th generation which has a series of 4000, while AMD has Vishera FX. Intel’s previous generation is Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge. 4th Generation Intel has the advantage in the Graphic, Chace Memory, Support High Speed Memory Frequency and more power efficient.
Of course you also have to see whether your motherboard socket supports the processor that you will buy. For example, you buy a processor with AMD socket AM3 then you should use a socket AM3 mainboard. If you pair with a motherboard with socket FM2, of course the processor will not be used.
Overclocking is a increasing the speed of a standard processor. For example, the standard processor speed is 3.4 Ghz, capable of being upgraded to 3.9 GHz. In this condition, you should use a qualified refrigeration.
Example: Intel Core i5 4430 which has a speed of 3.0 GHz and 4 core, 6MB Cache can be Overclock up to 4.6 Ghz.
You also need to know how the electrical power consumption. Compare processors with the same performance but have different uses of electricity. Of course that is chosen is the processor that has the lowest power requirements to save on your electricity usage.
That’s the Tips Choosing Processor that I can give to you. If you intend to buy a processor in the near future, you should look for as much information as possible to find the best match your needs.