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integrated circuit semiconductor chip that performs the bulk of the processing and controls the parts of a system

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TSMC has much more experience in this area and can produce the CPU chips much faster.
Over the last decade, this strategy has succeeded in maintaining the Intel monopoly at the expense of consumers, who have been denied access to potentially superior, non-Intel CPU chips and lower prices, the complaint states.
Since current CPU chips have two or four cores (which are, in fact, separate processors), one computer can run EDPR sixteen times faster than before.
The first MS-DOS machines contained the 8088 series of CPU chips manufactured by the Intel Corp.
First in the industry to debut an automatically controlled SMPS Plus([R]) method power supply, the Tyent UCE 9000 uses built-in CPU chips to automatically control and find the optimal operating condition of the unit, using flow rates and water quality.
Since current CPU chips have two or four cores (which are separate processors), a properly configured computer can run Password Recovery sixteen times faster than before providing password recovery solutions for all Microsoft Office documents, Microsoft Money and OneNote, Adobe Acrobat PDF files, PKCS12 certificates, LM/NTLM hashes used in Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008 logon passwords, PGP, Lotus Notes ID files, MD5 hashes, and UNIX and Oracle users' passwords.
The installed base is over halfway through in its transition from single-core to multi-core processors with single-core CPU chips accounting for about 40% of the total processors.
Rumors claimed that Samsung Galaxy S5 will pack 64-bit processor as Samsung and ARM confirmed that it will soon launch a 14nm 64-bit Exynos 6 CPU chips in 2014.
Samsung Galaxy S5 will pack 64-bit processor as Samsung and ARM confirmed last week that it will soon launch a 14nm 64-bit Exynos 6 CPU chips in 2014.
Last week, Samsung and ARM confirmed that it will soon launch a 14nm 64-bit Exynos 6 CPU chips in 2014.
The FTC contends that the company's "anti-competitive tactics … succeeded in maintaining the Intel monopoly at the expense of consumers, who have been denied access to potentially superior, non-Intel CPU chips and lower prices.