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chey333

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I have a Pentium 4 2.0 Ghz processor and a Celeron 2.8 Ghz processor. My main uses of the system is picture viewing and picture manipulation. Which one is best for my applications? :whistling:
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Hey chey333! Welcome to G2G!

The 2.0GHz P4 is better then the 2.8GHz Celeron. Celeron processors are the cheap versions of P4 processors. Your 2.8GHz Celeron runs at about the speed of a 1.4GHz P4 processor.

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Celerons are basically cut-down Pentium 4's, so the extra 800Mhz makes absolutely no difference at all.

If you was to benchmark the performance of your P4 alongside your P4 Celeron, the 2Ghz P4 would wipe the floor, the dishes and the walls with the 2.8Ghz P4 Celeron every time. :whistling:
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Ya gotta just love analogies :whistling:

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i have a Intel celeron D 2.66Ghz processor and am just fed up with the thing, so i am soon upgrading with a P4E 3.06Ghz HT processor

should be a nice change and all my games might run a bit better!!

ry
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