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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy View Post
    so inshort dual core is different fron dual processor..diba may board na dual processor?
    sa pagkakaintindi ko, dual-core is a single physical processor having 2 cores and requires compatible motherboard as well. dual processor is having two physical processor and requires motherboard which can accomodate two(or more) processors.

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    #32
    awww... two core mold into one! sick! anyway.. nung bumili kami laptop.. kita ko brochure nung apple G5 ung desktop nila.. quadcore 2.0.. tama ba? tapos can support up to 16gb off memory.. awts! sarap ng ganun!1

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    #33
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    if you are not into graphics intensive aps (like games or vid editing) then a single core will already work for you. just make sure you have sufficient memory (512MB or 1GB) and a decent vid card.
    same position as M2, go to dual core if your are more on video graphics if not single core speed is enough for normal activity.

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    pardon ulit,ha... so, whats the diff between having a core duo vs dual processors?aside sa 1 vs 2,ha....avantage/disadvantage lang..

    pwede bang gamitan ang xp ng dual processor?

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    #35
    You'd be surprised to know that Core2 Duo actually consumes 30% less power (therefore longer batt life) at about 10x (or more) the speed compared to single core

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    #36
    Quote Originally Posted by alwayz_yummy View Post
    pardon ulit,ha... so, whats the diff between having a core duo vs dual processors?aside sa 1 vs 2,ha....avantage/disadvantage lang..

    pwede bang gamitan ang xp ng dual processor?
    main difference? price. as one article put it:

    ...the move to dual-core is definitely a win for consumers. Since they are more affordable than dual processor computers, but offer the same or better performance, they are becoming the standard for modern computer systems.
    unless siguro nag-se-setup ka ng server, you're better off sa dual-core. read up na lang to have the full technical details.

    http://www.pugetsystems.com/articles.php?id=23

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    #37
    Quote Originally Posted by Kikkomann View Post
    Actually, hindi po. Kahit yung mga P3 ay makakapagpatakbo pa po nito, 800Mhz up.

    Eto po yung guide: [SIZE=1]http://www.microsoft.com/windowsvista/getready/systemrequirements.mspx

    [/SIZE] So bale pasok pa rin yung laptop ni threadstarter.
    yes. definitely it will run there. but take note that i've said in my previous post na "optimum" ang runtime nya sa dual core processors.

    tatakbo yan, pero ambagal.

    and yes, the microsoft vista requires at least 512 MB RAM.

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    #38
    physically, iba ung dual core sa "traditional" dual/multi processor systems. but in essense the same: you get two processors to do your bidding. mas mabilis pa nga since physically the connections between processors/memory are shorter.

    try running task manager sa windows;if you have a dual core cpu you'll get two separate CPU utilization charts. cool.

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    #39
    Quote Originally Posted by mazdamazda View Post
    if you are not into graphics intensive aps (like games or vid editing) then a single core will already work for you. just make sure you have sufficient memory (512MB or 1GB) and a decent vid card.
    but current games are not designed to exploit the power of these dual core procs. not yet, but maybe in the years to come, it will. AFAIK, if your into multitasking, then these procs are for you.. if not, you're fine with single procs, but then if you're buying a new PC, better get these dual procs for future hardware and software compatibilities.

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    #40
    will it improve my computer processing if I use dual core, I surf multiple windows, load and edit with photoshop and word, download from *******s, and watch quicktime video or play itunes music all at the same time. and mostly wireless na ako sa bahay

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