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Yeah all the AMD dual cores are good and cheaper for the performance.
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But you can't just rip out the intel chip and put in the amd one... the motherboard wouldn't be compatible....
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Oh I know that, but really, Unless my 2.8GHz Intel Pentium D is slow enough to annoy me, I won't replace it.
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Well if you just spent a grand generally you dont want to spend anymore, you just got some bad luck, now isnt a good time to buy intel anyway they have a whole new range of chips now about to come out that are way ahead of the pentiums(they have finally done away with the pentium brand as well).
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Typical, im so dumb. It always happens to me.
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And does anybody know to connect 2 computers together to combine their processing or graphical powers. Or both. (But I mostly want it for processor power). I have a 2.8GHz Single Core Intel And a 2.8GHz Dual Core intel. Suggestions Greatly appreciated. (I have started a new thread, but have not gone into this much detail in that for some reason). Thanx.
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Search young one many many guides out there, you are aware the processing power can only really be used in batch processing jobs, you dont actually get a single usable system for gaming or anything like that. And it would be linux no windows apps and youll need to learn how to use it.
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