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How would you rank the processors to-date from best to worst

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by FuzzyWuzzy, Sep 18, 2004.

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  1. FuzzyWuzzy

    FuzzyWuzzy Thread Starter

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    heres mine, and please tell me why you think whats best and the pros and cons of each

    Centrino
    P4
    AMD
    P3
    Celery
     
  2. Deathblow

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    Well, first off, AMD isn't a processor, it's a company, Such as Intel. Both AMD and Intel have there supporters, and the discussion isn't worth getting into yet again. Centrino is Intels mobile processors (for laptops). Obviously a P4 is faster than a P3, and the celerons are scaled down versions of the normal Intel processors, I wouldn't recommend those unless your on a tight budget and don't want a AMD product. For some good information, benchmarks comparisons, etc of all of this stuff, try www.tomshardware.com.
     
  3. FuzzyWuzzy

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    ok then.

    what do you think is better for laptops. centrin or AMD and why
     
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