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 What is the intel celeron dual core?

Answer Intel's Celeron dual core processors are the entry-level versions of their dual core processor line. They run two core processors together in one unit at the same frequency; this greatly increases ... Read More »
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Intel Core i3 Vs Intel Dual Core Vs Core Quad Vs Centrino 2 ?

Well, your 4th need should be your priority, since EVERYTHING else can be done with a relatively slow single core processor. When it comes to gaming however, you need a fast processor and a good s... Read More »
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What is the difference of the Intel Dual Core and the Core 2 Duo?

Core 2 Duo is newer and faster. Faster FSB, more cache and more transistors. Also supports faster clocks and more iterations per cycle.
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Difference between intel pentium dual core and core 2 duo inside processors?

Pentium Dual Cores are based on the Allendale core, which is based on the originall Core 2 Duo architecture (Conroe core) with reduced cache. The only difference is the the Pentium Dual Cores have... Read More »
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Celeron Dual-Core T3000 Vs. T7250?

The Intel Celeron T3000 and Intel Core 2 Duo T7250 are dual-core 64-bit mobile processors from semiconductor manufacturer Intel Corp., used for laptop personal computers. The former is an entry in ... Read More »
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