Pentium 4 versus Pentium D

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allenkc

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I am getting ready to purchase a new computer. I am trying to decide which processor will better for me. Should I get a "D" 3.0 or a "4" ht 3.2? I do play some high end games and do some video editing. Which will work faster for me?

I know you peeps have some ideas. Any at all would be great.

Thanks for your advice in advance.

PS. This is going to be a high end Dell(taking the easy way out :rolleyes: )
 

allenkc

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Sorry Arcadion, I did do a search but that thread didn't come up. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.
 

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That thread that you said this topic was discussed was more a clash of AMD and Pentium Users. I don't need that opinion. What I need to know is how much difference will there be in Pentium D 3.0 and the Pentium 4 HT 3.2?

I was thinking I read somewhere that the D is not as good for gaming as the 4 is. Anybody else know this or read this anywhere. Any advise would be great.

Thanks!!
 
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Yes, I know. But the other thread started off as this same topic, and I can pretty much guarantee that due to the maturity of many of the users on these forums, your thread will end up the same way. I suggest you read the articles on these processors on www.tomshardware.com www.anandtech.com etc.
 
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