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This is the fifth and final part out of five articles for this week, to help you understand and buy the right CPU.

Here’s a list of the articles in this series:

  1. 12 CPU specifications explained in plain English
  2. How to differentiate CPU models from AMD
  3. How to differentiate CPU models from Intel
  4. The Best CPU for your money: September 2009
  5. 19 of the best CPU articles

19 of the best CPU articles:

For the last part of this series, I decided to give some link love and share with you some of the best CPU articles that I read on the Internet lately. I hope that you’ll like them as much as I did.

  1. The Real Conroe Successor: Clarkdale & All You Need to Know about Westmere
  2. The Lynnfield Followup: Turbo Mode and Overclocking Investigated
  3. AMD Athlon II X4 620 & 630: The First $99 Quad Core CPU
  4. Intel’s Core i7 870 & i5 750, Lynnfield: Harder, Better, Faster Stronger
  5. The Athlon II X2 & Phenom II X2: 45nm Dual-Core from AMD
  6. AMD Athlon II X4 620 and X4 630 Quad-core Processors Review – Redefining Budget Machines
  7. ARM attacks Atom with 2GHz A9; can servers be far behind?
  8. The Core i7 goes mobile
  9. It’s Official: AMD Confirms Hexa-Core Thuban CPU
  10. LGA1366 and 1156: watch the voltages!
  11. Intel Core i5 And Core i7: Intel’s Mainstream Magnum Opus
  12. AMD Athlon II X4 620: Quad Core For The Masses At $100
  13. In Theory: How Does Lynnfield’s On-Die PCI Express Affect Gaming?
  14. Making Lemonade: Overclocking Your Locked AMD Processor
  15. Intel Shows How A CPU Is Made
  16. Undervolting Your Phenom II And Core 2 Processors
  17. Phenom II 955 Versus Core i7 920: Gaming Value Compared
  18. How Many CPU Cores Do You Need?
  19. Part 2: How Many CPU Cores Do You Need?

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