- Intel are celebrating the 40th anniversary of their x86 architecture and 8086 processor with the launch of their high-end i7-8086K. Just 50,000 units of this hex core, twelve threaded Coffee Lake processor have been made available globally.
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- Pentium is a brand used for a series of x86 architecture-compatible microprocessors produced by Intel since 1993. In their form as of November 2011, Pentium processors are considered entry-level products that Intel rates as 'two stars', meaning that they are above the low-end Atom and Celeron series, but below the faster Intel Core lineup, and workstation Xeon series.
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The difference between the 8086 and the 8088 is that the 8086 has a 16 bit data bus and that the 8088 has an 8 bit data bus. Both processors are the same 16 bit processor, and both have a 20 bit.
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Both 8086 and 8088 microprocessors are widely used in the embedded industry due to their various important and unique features.
On the basis of nature of both of the microprocessors we can distinguish between 8086 and 8088 microprocessors as follows −
Differences Between 8085 And 8086 Microprocessor - GeeksforGeeks
|1||Data and Address Bus||In case of 8086 MPU the data bus is of 16 bits and the address bus is of 20 bits.||On other hand in 8088 MPU the data bus is of 8 bits and the address bus is of 20 bits.|
|2||Processing||8086 has 3 available clock speeds (5 MHz, 8 MHz (8086-2) and 10 MHz (8086-1)).||On other hand in case of 8088 has 2 available clock speeds (5 MHz, 8 MHz)|
|3||Memory capacity||8086 has the memory capacity of 512 kB.||On other hand in case of 8088 memory capacity is implemented as a single 1 MX 8 memory banks.|
|4||Signal Type||8086 has memory control pin (M/IO) signal.||On other hand in case of 8088 it has complemented memory control pin (IO/M) signal of 8086.|
|5||Current Supply||8086 draws a maximum supply current of 360 mA.||On other hand 8088 draws a maximum supply current of 340 mA.|
Here are the most important similarities and differences between the Pentium 4 and the Celeron chips coming out today:
- Core - The Celeron chip is based on a Pentium 4 core.
- Cache - Celeron chips have less cache memory than Pentium 4 chips do. A Celeron might have 128 kilobytes of L2 cache, while a Pentium 4 can have four times that. The amount of L2 cache memory can have a big effect on performance.
- Clock speed - Intel manufactures the Pentium 4 chips to run at a higher clock speed than Celeron chips. The fastest Pentium 4 might be 60 percent faster than the fastest Celeron.
- Bus speed - There are differences in the maximum bus speeds that the processors allow. Pentium 4s tend to be about 30 percent faster than Celerons.
When you sort all this out and compare the two chips side by side, it turns out that a Celeron and a Pentium 4 chip running at the same speed are different beasts. The smaller L2 cache size and slower bus speeds can mean serious performance differences depending on what you want to do with your computer. If all you do is check e-mail and browse the Web, the Celeron is fine, and the price difference can save you a lot of money. If you want the fastest machine you can buy, then you need to go with the Pentium 4 to get the highest clock speeds and the fastest system bus.See the next page for more CPU and processing information.
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