Windows XP is compatible with an innumerable range of hardware and software. It can be run on any AMD or Intel processor with at least 64 MB of RAM (though not very well). It supports USB, FireWire, SCSI, SATA (with drivers), graphics cards, sound cards, video capture ards, and pretty much any device you can think of. On the software front, most Windows programs can be run on Windows XP. Almost all popular software developed these days can be run on it.
AMD radeon is a brand name for the AMD line of graphics cards. They used to be ATi Radeon HD.
amd radeon is the best compare to nvidia
AMD makes CPUs, GPUs, Motherboards, Graphics Cards and other computer hardware equipment.
The newest generations of graphics cards that are currently released by AMD, are the Radeon 7000 GPU series. To compete with that, Nvidia have released a range of cards, which fit under the HD7970 series.
It depends, measure your cards' length, if its under 35cm it'll fit.
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No. Intel and AMD use very similar instruction sets, that a separate version for each is not necessary.
Yes, the Acer-Aspire AMD Athlon laptop is equipped for Windows XP.
NVidia GTX 1080, AMD Zen, GTX 980ti. Those are three of the newest/upcoming cards.
The Pavillion is a great laptop for gamers, because it features the updated AMD Turion cards as well as enhanced graphics.
multiple core microprocessor, in this case 2
AMD introduced the Athlon 64 in 2003
No, if you want to use 2 cards together, you need to have the same cards :D
Cheaper than Intel, Works well with Ati graphics cards Not usually as powerful as Intel, Intel uses hyper-threading while AMD doesnt
In this case, the AMD Athlon by a long shot.
BOTH the processors are equally to each other AMD and INTEL give there best performance but for the price issueamd is the best for home user (personal use) andintel is also good as intel. AMD ischepar then Intelboth are best in there performance but one thing is that windows uses only 32bit os that is for intel but after AMD came in the market they make the processors 32 and 64 bit then windows has make the 32 and 64 bit os and now AMD is jumping to 128 bit processors but intel still uses 32 bit now they uses 64 bit processors.now you get the enough knowledge about which one is best AMD or INTEli'll just say that AMD is faster then INTEL .AND according to price costing amd is cheaper then intel .
Windows 98 Second Addition ran on a number of different motherboards. The main thing was if the motherboard had drivers that would work under Windows 98. In some cases, Windows 95 or Windows ME drivers would be satisfactory substitutions. The main types of boards that supported Windows 98 SE were either Socket 7 (Intel Pentium and AMD K6, K6/2, K6/3) or Socket A (AMD Duron and Athlon).
Every Windows Distribution is writen in binary non Open Source files. By the way, there are different versions of Windows Vista: Windows Vista 64-bit and Windows Vista 32-bit. Windows Vista 64-bit or x64 can work with 64-bit AMD Processors.
AMD is not a motherboard, it is a company. "Advanced Micro Devices" - they manufacture CPU chips, motherboard chipsets and motherboards. All are used by Wintel type PCs (Windows, Linux, FreeBSD.)
You should be able to install ether or even both.