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    Exclamation Dell vs intel

    Hi

    what is the different between Dell and intel ?

    and which bettet ?



    thanks

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    Your question is wrong.

    U cant put "INTEL vs DELL"

    DELL make computers and INTEL make CPU's (and other thing's like flash memory - gfx card's - network cpu's etc)

    It's like compared BOING company with Mcdonalds.

    Mcdonals people for sure sometimes fly in BOING airplanes - but that's about it.

    DELL is actually selling all INTEL CPU's (as fare as I know DELL still dont ship out AMD cpu's)

    DELL and INTEL have agreement for superb deals on CPU's - and dell usual have first shiping of all INTEL cpu's for market.

    Anyway, if u asked who is better "INTEL or AMD" that's already a question - but "INTEL vs DELL" is totaly bogus.

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    I see some data centre offer dell celeron
    and other offer intel celeron

    what is the different !!

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    Originally posted by MrAdmin
    I see some data centre offer dell celeron
    and other offer intel celeron

    what is the different !!
    They're both Intel Celeron processors, but one of the servers is manufactured by Dell, and the other one doesn't list the server manufacturer.

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    One data center is just saying that they use Dell servers and the other one may just be whiteboxes. However, the processor used is the same.

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    Originally posted by RazorBlue - Dan
    Your question doesn't make sense, you're trying to compare an apple to an orange. They both do different things.

    They are both fruit, one is green/red, other is orange. One has alot of vitamin C, while the other has other Vitamins

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    Originally posted by BSD2
    They are both fruit, one is green/red, other is orange. One has alot of vitamin C, while the other has other Vitamins
    And so: Dell & intel are both American; Dell has 4 characters in the name, but intel has 5 ....

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    Originally posted by Farhad
    And so: Dell & intel are both American; Dell has 4 characters in the name, but intel has 5 ....
    But, do either of them fulfil any part of your RDA? ;p

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    To organize this chaos...
    Dell: Computer/Peripheral manufacturer. They make desktop PCs, laptops, servers, and MP3 players, just to name a few.

    Intel: Processor/silicon chip manufacturer. They make CPUs (Processors), such as the Pentium family, Celeron, Centrino, and so on. They have recently begun to produce dual-core Pentium 4 chips, some of which may be useful for stovetop ranges and heat-plates ( Don't forget other heat-intensive applications). Intel also manufactures networking processors for both NIC use and heavy-duty telco apps, as well as chipsets.

    Dell has contracts with Intel to buy Intel CPUs en masse and use them in Dell systems. However, Intel CPUs are also available from a retailer, such as TigerDirect or other computer and electronics stores. This gives some the option to build their own computers or servers, rather than buy them from Dell, HP (Hewlett-Packard), or other manufacturers. Some datacenters have contacts with system manufacturers (like Dell and HP) to buy servers in large batches, and some datacenters just build the servers on-site.
    Last edited by danclough; 06-26-2005 at 01:12 PM.

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    Originally posted by FlashwireGroup
    To organize this chaos...
    Dell: Computer/Peripheral manufacturer. They make desktop PCs, laptops, servers, and MP3 players, just to name a few.

    Intel: Processor/silicon chip manufacturer. They make CPUs (Processors), such as the Pentium family, Celeron, Centrino, and so on. They have recently begun to produce dual-core Pentium 4 chips, some of which may be useful for stovetop ranges and heat-plates ( Don't forget other heat-intensive applications). Intel also manufactures networking processors for both NIC use and heavy-duty telco apps, as well as chipsets.

    Dell has contracts with Intel to buy Intel CPUs en masse and use them in Dell systems. However, Intel CPUs are also available from a retailer, such as TigerDirect or other computer and electronics stores. This gives some the option to build their own computers or servers, rather than buy them from Dell, HP (Hewlett-Packard), or other manufacturers. Some datacenters have contacts with system manufacturers (like Dell and HP) to buy servers in large batches, and some datacenters just build the servers on-site.

    Everything correct.

    Except centrino is not CPU, it's a platform.

    N.

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    A platform is kinda like the foundation upon which to build a CPU so i'd say he's 1/4 correct
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    Originally posted by The Broadband Man
    A platform is kinda like the foundation upon which to build a CPU so i'd say he's 1/4 correct
    Heh, that's being liberal. The 'Centrino' tag is just a combination of a Pentium M chip, Intel's wireless chipset and Intel's 855 chipset. All it is is a clever marketing term for an all-in-one Intel solution.

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    Yeah, it's Centrino technology, not Centrino CPU

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