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|3rd November 2005, 14:02||#4|
price are about as crappy as Belgium, shop structure is similar too
I can get them at a better price than in the forum, and I would prefer the 2 GHz version because I might not get the maddest overclocking board since all I want is a stable system with a few hundret MHz overclock on the CPU only.
|3rd November 2005, 14:42||#5|
Join Date: May 2002
dual core CPU will only deliver advantages if you use your PC in a way where multiprocessing is essential.
so for games and benchmarks they are the same. for writing DVD's while unrarring archives, copying files, installing applications, listening to MP3, and surfing the web at the same time, you WILL notice an improvement.
the amount of games supporting Dualcore can be counted on one hand. and it's not likely to change until late next year, maybe even later. So I would go with the cheapest CPU you can find that's fast enough for your needs. A64 3200+ sounds fine
offtopic: is the Arctic Cooling company far away from your location?
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