TWO ENGINES UNDER ONE HOOD
Think of a computer chip’s core–the central processing unitor CPU–as an engine.
Single
In a single core processor, this “performance engine” takes in raw data and turns it into either video, movies, music, digital-photos, games, email, or other rich mulitmedia content.
dual
In a dual-core computer chip, there are two “performance engines” that can take more data and simultaneously process the data into rich multimedia content at a faster rate.
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