The CPY type is the model determined by the manufacturer describing the CPU of certain high-speed and application. AMD currently manufactures the powerful Phenom II CPUs and the budget group Athlon II and Sempron CPUs intended for less demanding applications.
Bitrate indicates whether the particular CPU can operate in 32 or 64 and 32 bit mode. Newer operating systems and software are gradually being built in the 64 bit system, therefore Dateks.lv recommends to buy a CPU with the 64Bit support.
The system bus frequency (FSB) is the parameter of high-speed operation determining the clock frequency at which the CPU communicates with the motherboard. A higher FSB parameter indicates a higher-speed operation.
The CPU packaging is divided in two types. In the BOX packaging a compliant cooler is included with the CPU. In the TRAY packaging you will receive the CPU only and will have to buy a separate cooler.
The number of the CPU cores is the parameter of the operation speed and stability. CPU with two or more cores can handle tasks in parallel, thus achieving extra high-speed and the system stability. Prior to buying a multi-core CPU you should verify if the motherboard supports this type of CPU.
This parameter determines the CPU socket on the mother board for which the particular CPU is intended. Physically the CPU can be placed in the compliant socket only. Prior to buying the CPU you should verify that your motherboard has the corresponding CPU socket.
The CPU clock frequency is the index of operation speed that determines the number of calculation cycles that the CPU can perform per second. Higher clock frequency means higher operation speed.