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Old 10-30-2013, 09:31 PM   #1
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I was looking at a link showing the top 25 most popular CPU families and CPU's, Surprisingly a lot of the "Most popular processors" are AMD and no Intel in the top 25 at all CPU-World: Most popular processors
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That link only shows searches on that site... not worldwide distribution.
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The list of the most visited pages of microprocessors and microprocessor families on this site is based on the last seven days of website's log data. For the "Most popular processors" list we count accesses from unique visitors to CPU's HTML page. For the "Most popular families" list we count accesses from unique visitors to all pages within CPU family. The list is updated weekly.
That list is of how many hits a page pertaining to the cpu chip got over the course of a week. It is not in the least remotely cognizant of any type of true scientific research.
Geeze... read the header first.
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my I7-3960x rick-rolling at 4.2 ghz just took a dump on the post.....lol...
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Are you kidding? That list is 2007.
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Ok, the point has been made.
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