CPUs Tags: CPUs Chip Intel Last response: July 14, 2011 2:45 AM in CPUs Share teresa_69 July 13, 2011 7:39:38 PM I need to know 2 ways that current CPUs have changed since Intel's original chip. Also, how have they changed? More about : cpus JordoR July 13, 2011 7:42:52 PM Please don't make multiple threads just because your other one didn't receive a response. Changed in what way? It's not a very specific statement and you could take that almost any way. I'm sure they have changed in size, capability, number of cores, etc... popatim a c 131 à CPUs a b å Intel July 14, 2011 2:45:00 AM original chip was 4 bit, 16 pin (contacts), Dip package running at 0.00074 Ghz I7 is 64bit, 1366 contacts (instead of pins) in an lga package running at 3.8Ghz Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumCPU Red Led Light Even After Changing CPUs ForumWhich cpus is better? K10 or Bulldozer? ForumWhat CPUs to go with these 16gb ram setups? ForumAMD cpus can be faster than 1 TeraHertz! ForumAre there real/full core CPUs produced today? Forum96/128 bit cpus ForumAMD CPUs ForumCan any help me understand CPUS more? ForumCan I put two AMD CPUs in a desktop rig? ForumMobile CPUs ForumThruth about AMD CPUs (Inclusing gaming)? ForumIntel CPUs ForumIs my motherboard compatible with ivy bridge cpus ? ForumHow many CPUS can fit in a motherboard? ForumShould I swap identical CPUs for chance of better OC? i7-3930K ForumHyperthreading in AMD FX CPUs anytime soon? Forum[ CPUs ]Last decition i5 3570K or FX 8320 ForumThe New Haswell CPUs ? Forum[ CPUs ]i5 2500K or FX 8150 ForumThe New Haswell CPUs ? More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !