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nukenorman    44

AMD Dual-Core E-450 Processor 1.60 GHZ

OR

AMD Athlon 64 X2 Duel Core 5200 + 2.70 GHZ

I am going to assume the Atholn is better cause of the higher GHZ but I need to make for sure as now days things have changed so much. I know these are both old processors but I dont do alot of power computing.

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tsupersonic    1,351

Passmark says the E450 is better. Higher clock != better. A lower clocked core i5 will destroy an higher clocked Pentium 4.

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nukenorman    44

Thanksk tsupersonic

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Muhammad Farrukh    1,079

Athlon is better

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nukenorman    44

cool thanks alot guys for catching the correction :-)

just saved me on a purchase

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tiagosilva29    885

What means "better"?

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Daniel_Pooh    5

What means "better"?

Faster.

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migo    106

By itself the E450 is better, with a discreet GPU the Athlon is better.

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tsupersonic    1,351

avatar3.jpgI am going to assume the Atholn is better cause of the higher GHZ but I need to make for sure as now days things have changed so much.

Nope, higher frequency means nothing these days, unless you compare two processors from the same series and generation. Ex: Core i7 2600 (3.4 GHz) vs. Core i7 2700K (3.5 GHz). Your statement wouldn't stand true if you compared something like a Pentium 4 3.8 GHz vs. a Core i7 2700K. The i7 2700K will run circles around the P4.

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migo    106

That was really blown away in 2005, the Pentium-M at 1.7GHz performed better than a 3.2GHz P4. The first time desktop replacement laptops were actually for real. Since then Intel has built on what they learned with the P-M (much like the Celeron 300A showed them 256k on die cache was better than 512k off die cache at half the CPU speed on the P2.

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