differences between Intel processors

  dovee 07:59 10 Sep 2006
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"Intel Centrino Core Duo", "Intel® Core™ 2 Duo " and "Intel Centrino Dual Core"

so what are the differences between these processors? which one is better?

  anskyber 09:56 10 Sep 2006

Have a look at this first. Partly its about the type of computer its in. Core duo is regarded as the "best" at the moment. click here

  anskyber 09:58 10 Sep 2006

Have a play with this facility on performance.click here

  DieSse 15:59 10 Sep 2006

Centrino does not denote a processor - it's a combination of Processor, Chipset, and Wireless card (all from intel). Hence lots of systems with different processors can be called Centrino.

Hence Centrino Core Duo is a Centrino set of components, including an intel Core Duo processor.

Centrino Dual Core is a Centrino set of components with any intel dual core processor

Core2 Duo is just a processor - and is the latest and best of the dual core intel processors.

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