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Old 07-05-2006, 02:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am going to buy a laptop.
Is AMD turion64 stable on windows,and it's apps.

are there any documented stability issues about it.

please report.
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Nope. There are thousands of documented stability issues with Windows though.
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Why are you going with AMD anyway?

As far as mobile processors go...Intel is the way to go.
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Why are you going with AMD anyway?

As far as mobile processors go...Intel is the way to go.
Agreed, as far as the Core Duo goes anyway. "Centrino" which is a Pentium M + free wireless card is not the way to go. Centrino Duo is, rather.

If you can, get the Core Duo, if you can't, go with AMD.
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