Is Intel i3 processor is better than Intel core 2 duo processor
some people says that i3 processor is much better than core 2 duo and some people says that it is not .....both are approx same....
Yes it is. It is a newer version of the Intel CPU, and as you know with IT, the newer it is the better and faster it is.
by J.Alexander 7 years ago
Which should I choose between a 3.2Ghz intel core i3 or a 2.8Ghz intel core i5?I've done a lot of research on this topic and I'm however still stuggling with deciding what to get for my next computer: on wether I should get a 64-bit intel core i3 (3.2Ghz) with 4MB cache and 8GB RAM or a 64-bit...
by Beth100 8 years ago
Can someone explain the difference in layman terms? I'm looking at an HP dv7 with an Intel Core i7 or an HP HDX with an Intel Core 2 Quad processor. I'm in a profession that provides high end media presentation using AutoCad, and speed is a must as well as graphic quality (and yes, both use...
by Daniel Hodge 6 years ago
Why would someone choose Intel over AMD?I just looked at the computer site 'http://www.newegg.com' and for the Intel latest generation i5 processor (Ivy Bridge) it is $230. This is 3.4GHz, and quad core.Now, on the other hand, on the same site, AMD's 3.6GHz EIGHT CORE processor is currently $190,...
by sunshiner786 6 years ago
What is Difference between Inter Pentium and Intel Dual core, and which is more powerful Processor?
by Pankaj Pathak 7 years ago
Help me buying a new PC for gamingI have decided a system configuration for my new personal computer which is as follows:• Intel DG31 PR motherboard• 3 GB ddr2 800 mega hertz RAM (2gb + 1gb)• 320 GB hard disk• 22x Samsung DVD...
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