Real dual cores have 2 cores on 1 die (the CPU). Virtual dual cores have all the info running through a single core on a single die. It's like having 2 ATMs vs. 1 ATM.Ok
I really dont understand this still.
are you saying that the 1.6ghz duo-core 2 is the one i should go with?
I am getting SO confused with the REAL dual-cores (2 cpus) and the fake ones (1 acting as 2).
Any links to some information?!
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