It takes a pretty big AC unit to lower the temperature of your entire house or apartment. And while you may not think about keeping your computer cool, it can overheat, too. Is there an air conditioner small enough to cool a computer chip?
Silicon microprocessors are about to reach the limit to their storage capacity. But one technology may extend the life of the silicon microchip -- it's called extreme-ultraviolet lithography, and it may keep silicon useful for a few years longer.
When you sort things 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. You should choose a chip based on how you use your computer.
The microprocessor determines the processing power available for any application you run -- without it, there IS no computer. Learn all about this amazing, ever-shrinking technology that makes your computer compute.