Processors

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Commonly referred to as the CPU. Also known as a microprocessor. The brains of a computer, whether it be a smartphone, tablet, laptop, desktop, or server.

The processor is most responsible for how fast your device performs almost all tasks. The GPU (or graphics card) is most responsible for the performance of most games or 3D graphics-intensive applications.

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Base frequency (GHz): 1.8
Turbo frequency (GHz): 4.0
Cores: 4
L1 Cache:
L2 Cache:
L3 cache:
Lithography (nm): 14
Manufacturer: Intel
Microarchitecture: Kaby Lake R
TDP (W): 15.0
Base frequency (GHz): 3.2
Turbo frequency (GHz): 4.6
Cores: 6
L1 Cache:
L2 Cache:
L3 cache:
Lithography (nm): 14
Manufacturer: Intel
Microarchitecture: Kaby Lake R
TDP (W): 65.0
Base frequency (GHz): 1.9
Turbo frequency (GHz): 4.2
Cores: 4
L1 Cache:
L2 Cache:
L3 cache:
Lithography (nm): 14
Manufacturer: Intel
Microarchitecture: Kaby Lake R
TDP (W): 15.0

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