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Graphics Card vs Video Card   In a computer, one of the main output methods is the display. Therefore, the capability to provide a display output is integrated onto the motherboard (main component of the system). This allows computers to provide visual output. But often the quality of the video output is low with... 
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Flash Storage vs Hard Drive   Hard drive and the Flash drive are two storage mechanisms used in modern computers. Hard drives, the older device, are still the favorite among the computer users while flash drives are prominent as portable data drives. Solid State drives are also flash storage drives, which... 
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PNG 8 vs PNG 24   PNG is an image file format used for storing images that need to be transferred over networks. Therefore, these images are relatively smaller than the file formats used in printing. These files are best for electronic view. PNG File Format PNG (pronounced as ping) is a file format developed... 
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KML vs KMZ   KML and KMZ are two extensions of the Geospatial information files used by Geographical Information systems and related software. They are used to record the attribute and other information about a location within a map. KML KML stands for Keyhole Markup Language. It was developed by Keyhole... 
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Like vs Subscribe   In many social media and related websites, we can often see the buttons “Like” and “Subscribe.” Though they sometimes may appear to be the same thing, they are different and perform two different tasks. Like Like is used as a reference to the popularity of the content of the page... 
Difference Between Micro ATX and Mini ITX
Micro ATX vs Mini ITX   Mini-ITX and micro-ATX are desktop computer form factors. They define the specific nature of the dimension, power requirements and supply, peripheral connector/add-ons and connector types of the computer system. It primarily concerns the configuration of the motherboard, the power supply... 
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ATX vs Micro ATX   ATX and Micro ATX are form factors of desktop computers. They define the specific nature of the dimension, power requirements and supply, peripheral connector/add-ons, and connector types of the computer system. It primarily concerns the configuration of the motherboard, the power supply unit,... 
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Longitudinal vs Transverse Section   When the anatomical structures of animals and plants are studied, the longitudinal and transverse sections become extremely important. This importance is mainly due to the unveiling of the hidden tissues and organs through a longitudinal or transverse section. Usually, a live... 
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Segregation vs Independent Assortment   The characters of one generation should pass into the next through reproduction, and the inheritance mechanisms of traits were revealed with the work of Gregor Mendel who described those in two main laws. Segregation and Independent Assortment could be introduced as the two... 
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White Matter vs Gray Matter   Both white matter and gray matter are terms that relate with the cells of the brain. A cross section of a brain will show these cells in their respective colours, and they are so named as white and gray matter. However, the two types of brain tissues become white and gray after... 
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Paradox vs Oxymoron   Paradox is an argument which is inconsistent with logic and common sense, but oxymoron is a figure of speech where contradictory words are combined. An oxymoron could also be a paradox at times. Paradox Paradox is an argument which shows inconsistency with logic and common sense. These could... 
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HGH vs Steroids | Human Growth Hormone vs Steroids   With busy life schedules, our life styles have changed enormously. It has gone to the extent where it has affected our food culture and, as a result, affected our health and nutrition. In the past few decades nutrition supplement market has reached sky high levels... 
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Muscarinic vs Nicotinic Receptors   In many animal forms, may it be insects or mammals, a nervous system is present. The reason for such occurrence is to maintain connectivity among various types of tissues and also to response to external stimuli accordingly. A nervous system is built up of nerve cells, nerves,... 
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Prilosec vs Prilosec OTC   Although Prilosec and Prilosec OTC is the same drug, there is a slight difference between the two. Prilosec or Prilosec OTC, both are coming under the drug class category of proton pump inhibitors. Proton pumps are situated in mitochondrial membranes; which means that they are in almost... 
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Metabolic vs Respiratory Acidosis   Acidosis roughly means something with acidity. Both metabolic and respiratory acidosis are related with changes in acidity of the blood of animals, especially humans. For mammals, there is a tolerable range of pH levels in the blood, which is usually between 7.35 and 7.5... 
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Rise vs Arise   There are many words that are made from the verb rise and they create confusion in the minds of the learners of English language. Some of the words that are made from rise are arise, raise, rose, risen, and rising. These are all very commonly used words in different contexts. It is the pair... 
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