Question by Sonie D: whats the difference in the computer processors?
wats the difference b/w the amd turion and the intel core duo which is a better one???

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Answer by gonecaca
intel core 2 duo is better, as far as differences, it depends on which models, because within each family of processors there are differences

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Question by Sonie D: whats the difference in the computer processors?
wats the difference b/w the amd turion and the intel core duo which is a better one???

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Answer by gonecaca
intel core 2 duo is better, as far as differences, it depends on which models, because within each family of processors there are differences

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Question by : Difference between computer processors?
What is the difference between a single core processor and a dual core processor? someone had told me the dual core is much faster but that don’t sound right

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Answer by Brad Humphreys
A dual core processor is a bit like 2 single core processors. It’s twice as fast.

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Question by Kren777: Can someone please explain the difference between processors?
Ok, I’m not stupid, but I get lost when it comes to computer processors.
I wish to know what the difference is between (specifically) AMD 64 and AMD 64FX processors.

I’d also appreciate any comparisons between AMD and Intel processors… I’m LOST looking for a computer, some dual cores are so cheap now, I don’t know if I’m going to kick myself for buying one.

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Answer by ind01mm
Well im not sure about the AMD 64 and AMD 64Fx processor but i can tell you about processors.

Intel and Amd are both companies that make processors. Intel has been around for many decades and is a very trusted company. AMD is sort of new but also a good company.
Intel are very expansive compared to amd and also amd has faster/cheaper processors.

A dual-core processor has 2 built in processors made for multi-tasking. So in other words faster. But watch out. Intel Pentium Dual core doesn’t really have 2 cores, but acts as it does. (Also known as hyper-threading). You should only get core 2 duos. For amd just look for 64×2 processors.

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Question by Kren777: Can someone please explain the difference between processors?
Ok, I’m not stupid, but I get lost when it comes to computer processors.
I wish to know what the difference is between (specifically) AMD 64 and AMD 64FX processors.

I’d also appreciate any comparisons between AMD and Intel processors… I’m LOST looking for a computer, some dual cores are so cheap now, I don’t know if I’m going to kick myself for buying one.

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Answer by ind01mm
Well im not sure about the AMD 64 and AMD 64Fx processor but i can tell you about processors.

Intel and Amd are both companies that make processors. Intel has been around for many decades and is a very trusted company. AMD is sort of new but also a good company.
Intel are very expansive compared to amd and also amd has faster/cheaper processors.

A dual-core processor has 2 built in processors made for multi-tasking. So in other words faster. But watch out. Intel Pentium Dual core doesn’t really have 2 cores, but acts as it does. (Also known as hyper-threading). You should only get core 2 duos. For amd just look for 64×2 processors.

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Question by …….: whats the difference between computer processors? & how do i know which one is right for me? 10pts best answer?
i am looking into buying a new laptop, but i know nothing about the processors & what they mean. can someone plz tell me what different types there are and what is different about them.. so i can choose the best computer for me. 10pts to best answer! :)
i am going to be using it for school.. i mostly just use the internet and email. occasionally i burn cds.. and im really not looking to spend more than $ 600.

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Answer by Colanth
If you tell us what you need (just email and the web, gaming, graphics …), and an approximate price range, we could probably give you some good ones to look at. Some laptops with chintzy CPUs (like Celerons) are great for some uses (and you save a lot of money). Others with top-end CPUs have problems in other areas.

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