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Old 08-12-2006, 01:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default pentium D vs. Coure Duo

wats the difference between pentium d's found in desktops and core duo's found in labtops? would one of each with the same speed work the same?

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No, no, Core Duo is much more efficent.


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Core duo is much much much faster, and I assume consumes less energy and gives out less heat etc...!

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the speed of the CPu can be the same, heck i think the PD could be 1ghz faster than the core duo and the duo would still win, it's all about the architecture
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