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Central processing units are the brains behind any computer system.These series of pages provide specific information about the specifications behind various Intel and AMD based processors.
 
Complete guide to Central Processing Units
Introductions Principles Of The CPU Evolution Of The CPU Overclocking
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Processor Label: Pentium IV w/ HT # Of Transistors: 8,000,000
Generation: 2nd Generation Cache Memory: 512 KB
Release Year: 2000s Memory Bus Speed: 133 Mhz
Data Bus Width: 64 bit Clock Speed Range: 4 - 10 MHz
Address Bus Width: 64 bit    
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