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Old 11th April 2006, 19:44   #1
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Top Tip: Build a dual core box or upgrade my current computer?

dual core will greatly help you in the type of multitasking you describe. i regularly convert dvd's into divx format and continue several other tasks using a dual core amd X2 and my rig keeps chugging away with no slowdown. prior to moving to the 4600+, i had a single core 4000+ which bogged down during multitasking. my son is quite happy with my "old" 4000+ as it kicks butt in gaming
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This is a very short but sweet Q&A
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