4 definitions by JayAlbie

A quad core processor developed by Intel (which in fact it's composed of two Core 2 Duo processors). It features a cache memory up to 12MB and 1333MHz FSB.

It's preceeded by the Core 2 Duo line and suceeded by the new Core i7 line, a quad core processor supporting Hyper Threading Technlolgy (8 threads) and a new socket and FSB speed as well.
The Q6600 is a mainstream Core 2 Quad processor running at 2.4GHz, 1066MHz FSB and 8MB L2 cache. It competes with AMD's Phenom processor.
by JayAlbie December 26, 2008
A non-existant line of Intel's microprocessors intended to succeed the Pentium 4 line of microprocessors.

Pentium 4 processors codenamed Prescott (the first 1MB L2 cache ones) were supposed to be named Pentium 5, but they kept using the Pentium 4 name instead.
Prescott line of processors were intended to be named Pentium 5.
by JayAlbie December 26, 2008
It's the 8th generation of GPUs developed by nVIDIA Corporation and the first ones to support DirectX 10 (Shader Model 4.0 and OpenGL 2.0). It's preceeded by the GeForce 7 Series supporting up to DirectX 9.0c (SM 3.0) and suceeded by the GeForce 9 Series, still supporting the DirectX 10 API, unlike its rival, ATI, which released their first DirectX 10.1 cards with the HD 3000 Series.
Notable GeForce 8 Series GPUs:
GeForce 8400 GS.
GeForce 8600 GTS.
GeForce 8800 GTX.
by JayAlbie December 26, 2008
A special line of processors in the Core 2 series developed by Intel, which were manufactured for mobile devices only such as laptops.
My laptop has a Core 2 Solo processor.
by JayAlbie December 26, 2008

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