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January 29, 2007, 7:15 pm
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Re: Which is a better processor ? Thinking about a new laptop...
a trademark that Intel allows manufacturers to use when ALL of the major
functions of the laptop are implemented with Intel chips. Basically, it
means that you have Intel Video and Intel WiFi as well as Intel CPU.
But Intel Video and Intel WiFi are not necessarily better than other
video and WiFi alternatives.
Core 2 Duo is, overall, a better processor than Core Duo, but the
difference is not great if the cache size and clock speeds are the same.
However, both Core Duo and Core 2 Duo (which are two different chips)
come in a widely overlapping range of speeds and cache sizes. So your
question can't be answered with the information give, because you gave
no clock speed for the Core 2 Duo choices.
Faster is better, of course, but also more expensive. Any of these 3
choices is more than adequate.
David D wrote: