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Evolution of Intel processors. Fastest Intel processors.

Which is the fastest processor for Your laptop or PC ? 

Hii everyone, in this post you will know about the Intel processors, which was the first processor created by Intel and how they improved their processors. Intel processors are the most powerful processors and the most important thing in the world of technology. So it’s important  to have some knowledge of this evolution of Processors because these will help to find your best laptop for gaming or day-to-day life. So let’s start,


EVOLUTION OF INTEL PROCESSORS



Intel corporation was founded by Robert Noyce and Gordon Moore in 1968 and introduced the first microprocessor (Intel 4004)  in 1971. So let’s see the list,

📜 List.


1. Intel 4004 (1971)
Max. CPU clock rate: 740 kHz



2. Intel 8008 (1972)
Max. CPU clock rate: 0.2 MHz to 0.8 MHz 


3. Intel 8080 (1974)
Max. CPU clock rate: 2 MHz to 3.125 MHz



4. Intel 8085 (1976)
Max. CPU clock rate: 3, 5 and 6 MHz



5. Intel 8086 (1978)
Max. CPU clock rate: 5 MHz to 10 MHz



6. Intel 8088 (1979)
Max. CPU clock rate: 4.77 MHz to 10 MHz



7. Intel 80286 (1982)
Max. CPU clock rate: 6 MHz (4 MHz for a short time) to 25 MHz



8. Intel i80386 (1985)
Max. CPU clock rate: 16 MHz to 100 MHz


 
9. Intel i80486 (1989)
Max. CPU clock rate: 16 MHz to 100 MHz  FSB speeds: 16 MHz to 50 MHz



10. Intel Pentium (1993)
Max. CPU clock rate: 60 and 66 MHz clock speeds



11. Intel Pentium MMX (1997)
Max. CPU clock rate: 66 MHz x 2.5



12. Intel Pentium Pro (1995)
Max. CPU clock rate: 150 MHz to 200 MHz
FSB speeds: 60 MHz to 66 MHz


13. Intel Pentium II (1997)
Max. CPU clock rate: 233 MHz to 450 MHz
FSB speeds: 66 MHz to 100 MHz


14. Intel Celeron (1998)
Max. CPU clock rate: 266 MHz to 3.6 GHz
FSB speeds: 66 MHz to 1333 MT/s


15. Intel Xeon (1998)
Max. CPU clock rate: 1.20 GHz to 4.40 GHz
FSB speeds: 600 MHz to 8.0 GT/s


16. Intel Pentium III (1999)
Max. CPU clock rate: 450 MHz to 1.4 GHz
FSB speeds: 100 MHz to 133 MHz


17. Intel Pentium 4 (2000)
Max. CPU clock rate‎: ‎1.3 GHz to 3.8 GHz
FSB speeds‎: ‎400 MT/s to 1066 MT/s


18. Intel Pentium M (2003)
Max. CPU clock rate: 900 MHz to 2.26 GHz
FSB speeds: 400 MT/s to 533 MT/


19. Intel Pentium D/EE (2006)
clock speeds of 2.8, 3.0, and 3.2 GHz



20. Intel Pentium Dual-Core (2006-2009) Max. CPU clock rate: 1.3 GHz to 3.4 GHzFSB speeds: 533 MHz to 800 MHz


21. Intel Core (2008)
Clock Speed : Intel® Core™2 Duo processor T9800 2.93 GHz


22. Intel Core 2 (2009)
Max. CPU clock rate: 1.06 GHz to 3.33 GHz
FSB speeds: 800 MT/s to 1600 MT/s


23. Intel Core i3 (2009-2018)
Standard clock speed : 2.9GHz


24. Intel Core i5 (2009-2018)
Standard clock speed : 2.9GHz 


25. Intel Core i7 (2009-2018)
Standard clock speed : 2.9GHz – 4.60 GHz


26. Intel Core i7 (Extreme Edition) (2011-2018)
CPU has 6 CPU cores running at 3.6-4 GHz


27. Intel Core i9 (2017-2018)
Standard clock speed : 2.6GHz – 4.4 GHz With Turbo Boost 3.0


So this is the evolution of Intel processor and hope you got the fastest processor for you PC or laptop.

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