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CPU - Intel

The CPU is the central processing unit, literally the central component in a computer. It's responsible for processing instructions and controlling the other components. Many include basic on-board graphics processors too so you can power a display without needing a separate graphics card. Intel and AMD rule the desktop processor market, and each has a wide range of models suited to different tasks and budgets. Low-end, dual-core chips can be had for £25 or even less, but are only well matched to basic tasks, while the high-end is home to multi-core, high frequency monsters that can tear through the world's most intensive software. Before buying, ensure you've got a compatible motherboard and a cooler that can take the heat. 08/04/15

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These Xeon E5 1600 v4 processors are Intel's latest and greatest efforts for the workstation and server market. The pricing reflects that, but so do the specifications. These CPUs have between four and 8 cores that use Intel's Broadwell EP architecture, and also support quad-channel DDR4 memory. Unlike the E5-2600 v4 CPUs which can be used in dual-processor set-ups for even more performance you can only install a single E5-1600 v4 processor per system. 02/08/16

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