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Old 01-02-2006, 02:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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im still not shure about the whole amd or intell thing. but if i choose intell what is betetr the 3.4ghz pentium d or the Dual Core pentium 4 w/ hyperthreading. yet again heat isnt a huge problem. i have 4 case fans then the proccesor fan and a heat scoop.
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The Pentium D would probably be better. But still, it's pretty crippled compared to the AMD Athlon 64 X2 family,
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i don't think there's a dual core pentium 4. intel has a dual-core processor called Pentium D. and if you want a dual-core Pentium D w/hyperthreading, there's the Pentium D Extreme Edition which costs around $1000. i think you're better off with the regular Pentium D's without hyper-threading
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