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Old 02-13-2010, 05:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all.
I'm looking for a notebook ... some of must have:
- around 15"-16" inches LCD
- 4GiB RAM
- powerfull CPU with big cache
- good cooling ability - to not overheat if CPU goes 100% load
- price like 600€ (not sure here but let start from this point)
It should not be the top-line, something reliable and with enough CPU power.
HDD and graphics is not important here, should not be SSD drive.
Thanks.
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Old 02-13-2010, 09:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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With a budget like that, you could get an i3 or i5 processor. I don't know any sites that use that currency, but it converts to roughly $800, so I browsed Newegg.
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That's what I would like to know, which processor put it, actually I have to go around 500€ and can use this shops:
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Is i3 better solution here as Txxxx from Intel?
Or AMD mobiles?
I found quite nice with Intel Core i3-350M (2.26 GHz, 3MB) for 503€ incl. VAT:
ASUS K52F-TY071 i3 350M 4GB 500GB
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Personally I am an AMD kinda guy.
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I can't read your "SK" language.

But ASUS is in par.

I think the i3 is the same as Txxxx, it's just a newer technology.
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As far as I know i# is total different CPU technology, 32nm CPU die and 45nm graphic + mem controller die on one chip with 35W TPD comparing to 35W TDP for Txxxx CPU die only.
Also benchmarks are really higher for i3.
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Is i3 better solution here as Txxxx from Intel?
Then why did you ask the above?
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Because he wants to know whats better, not what the difference is... His whole thread is about a strong cpu in the laptop, so is an i3 a better solution than a T series for his use.
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