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or does depend on the model?

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The number of ALU's on a chip doesn't directly correlate with performance because of factors such as architecture design, instruction set, and pipelining. – wag2639 May 18 '10 at 20:50
    
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Each CPU is different. I don't think they normally review this information but you can check with either AMD or Intel's documentation.

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