I am doing a presentation over Intel's potential new naming system for their CPU's. Instead of Intel naming the processor according to clock speed, they now have a funky numbering system. ex. Instead of Pentium 3.2 Ghz, it's gonna be Pentium 500.
Superficially, this is a flawed decision that will confuse the uninitiated consumer, because they believe that clock speed is the only benchmark for CPU speed.
What is the best approach to presenting CPU architecture so that I can inform an A+ certification class that clock speed isn't the sole measure of speed?