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Seminar on processors, help wanted.....

hello tom's hardware......

i have to give a seminar in my class on monday... i choose topic processors...
what information i will need for that..
plz provide some links or help...
i want processors history and differences......... :)

Thankx in advanced.........
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  1. About what processors?
    X86? ARM? or just processors in general?

    Heres a links to get started (Yes its wikipedia XD),
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microprocessors
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X86
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ARM_architecture
  2. desktop processors only........
    i also want to give a slide show.... is there any site where i can get a ready-made slide show for my needs?
    thanks for ur reply.......
  3. Try google, add " filetype:ppt " after your search and it should give your results in powerpoint presentations.
  4. ok will try that, thanks..... is there anything i need to know or prepare...... the seminar should run atleast for 25 min.....
  5. Best answer
    Just gather plenty of info and get a basic idea of what you're talking about.

    I found this a moment ago, should help out out:
    http://ex.susd.org/mmuller/ACPUhistorynew.ppt
  6. hey look what i get.. nice info.. but how do i make a presentation of this???

    http://www.maximumpc.com/article/features/cpu_retrospective_the_life_and_times_x86
  7. Timop said:
    Just gather plenty of info and get a basic idea of what you're talking about.

    I found this a moment ago, should help out out:
    http://ex.susd.org/mmuller/ACPUhistorynew.ppt

    really appreciate ur response.... and .ppt??? which application will open it? thanks........ :)
  8. rohn_avni said:
    really appreciate ur response.... and .ppt??? which application will open it? thanks........ :)

    Powerpoint should do the job.
  9. Timop said:
    Powerpoint should do the job.

    ok thanks....... :)
  10. Best answer selected by rohn_avni.
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