Researching CPUs can be a time consuming process that involves scrounging for info from around the web and flipping between tons of browser tabs to compare specs. In order to answer this conundrum, Canadian startup CPUBoss (CPUBoss.com
) has just launched, providing an easier way to look up and compare processors that power personal computers, servers, and mobile devices.
CPUBoss aggregates thousands of data points from across the web to centralize CPU specs, benchmarks, and reviews in one page, eliminating the need to hunt for information.“We're launching CPUBoss as a user-friendly way to find and compare the best CPUs”
said Chris Reid, co-founder of CPUBoss. “Whether you are building a computer and are trying to decide which Intel or AMD processor performs the best, or you are a tech enthusiast who wants to read up on the mobile processors that are powering the latest smartphone or tablet devices, we can help.”
Some of the features that make CPUBoss unique are the ability to:
Through a combination of rich data and an attractive and user-friendly graphical interface, CPUBoss saves people time when reading up on the best performing CPUs, allowing them to find a processor that meets their needs when building a PC or buying a mobile device. About CPUBoss
CPUBoss.com is a Waterloo, Ontario based startup that makes it easier to find and compare the best processors, no matter what anyone’s specific criteria is.
CPUBoss catalogues thousands of processors, parsing available data and perspectives to understand what the web knows about a product. The site then takes that intelligence and personalizes it for every single user so they can find a CPU that is right for them.
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