Intel Core Duo outscores discrete dual-processor system

Instead of increasing computing power by placing two discrete processors on a motherboard, Intel took the guts of two processors, put them side by side on the same die, and made them work together. That's part of what makes Intel's Core Duo more appealing than a discrete dual-processor system.

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