So...what exactly is the difference...

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  1. Cock Diesel

    Cock Diesel New Member

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    between a Pentium Dual Core and the Core Duo?

    The former must not be as good because I've been seeing it a lot on lower-end laptops.
     
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    desktop processor based on netburst arch vs mobile processor based on NGMA


    completely different procs for completely different machines and tasks.
     
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    not if he is talking about the "new" pentium dual core that is an allendale core
     
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    in for answer
     
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    retorq What up bitch??

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    Really??

    Ahaha does that guy even post here anymore??
     
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    Hate Crime Don't Hate OT Supporter

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    I don't think he came back after his ban for trolling
     
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    thread is old, so its a different answer now

    nevertheless,.. its basically a brand name

    current Intel brand names: Atom, Celeron, Pentium Dual Core, Core 2 Duo/Quad, Core i7, Xeon
    Core Duo, Pentium 4/D, and other old shit was already discontinued

    current Pentium Dual Core chips uses the 'Penryn/Wolfdale' architecture
    the Pentium 'Conroe/Allendale' mentioned by thebox are old and gone

    specs wise,... Pentium chips have lower FSBs and L2 caches compared to their Core 2 counterparts
     
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