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Performance of AMD E-1800 vs. Intel i3 2367M ?

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July 2, 2013 12:54:50 PM

How do each of these computer configurations compare to each other in performance , for instance approximate percentages faster or slower than one another :

(1) AMD E-1800 and 4 GB of ram
(2) Intel i3 2367M and 2 GB of ram
(3) Intel i3 2367M and 4 GB of ram

The AMD E-1800 is said to be 1.7ghz and the Intel i3 2367M is said to be 1.4ghz.

Are these processor speed specs directly comparable across manufacturers , meaning the 2367M is slower than the E-1800 ?
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July 2, 2013 1:09:30 PM

Bass301 said:
Are these processor speed specs directly comparable across manufacturers , meaning the 2367M is slower than the E-1800 ?

No, far from it. MHz/GHz is only reliable when comparing CPUs with the same architecture and number of cores.

I'm assuming it's an E2-1800 by the way.

Both CPUs have the same number of cores, but apart from that the differences are huge. The E2-1800 is a low-power architecture meant to compete with Intel Atom. Core i3-2367M is Sandy Bridge, Intel's performance-oriented architecture at the time (both are a bit out of date, but Sandy Bridge is still fast by today's standards). It also has hyperthreading, so each core can handle two threads, adding more performance.

All else being equal, the Core i3-2367M should wipe the floor with the E2-1800. Now, if you're running programs that push the memory usage above 2 GB memory, that would wreck performance regardless of the processor. So in that situation, a system with an E2-1800 and 4 GB would be better than one with a Core i3-2367M and 2 GB. But a Core i3-2367M with 4 GB memory would be better still.
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July 2, 2013 1:29:56 PM

Sakkura said:
Bass301 said:
Are these processor speed specs directly comparable across manufacturers , meaning the 2367M is slower than the E-1800 ?

No, far from it. MHz/GHz is only reliable when comparing CPUs with the same architecture and number of cores.

I'm assuming it's an E2-1800 by the way.

Both CPUs have the same number of cores, but apart from that the differences are huge. The E2-1800 is a low-power architecture meant to compete with Intel Atom. Core i3-2367M is Sandy Bridge, Intel's performance-oriented architecture at the time (both are a bit out of date, but Sandy Bridge is still fast by today's standards). It also has hyperthreading, so each core can handle two threads, adding more performance.

All else being equal, the Core i3-2367M should wipe the floor with the E2-1800. Now, if you're running programs that push the memory usage above 2 GB memory, that would wreck performance regardless of the processor. So in that situation, a system with an E2-1800 and 4 GB would be better than one with a Core i3-2367M and 2 GB. But a Core i3-2367M with 4 GB memory would be better still.


carrying on from this I think the E2-1800 would have better GPU performance than the i3 as its an APU however i cannot find any benchmarks to compare them
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