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I know the point of having a quad core vs. a duel, however I don't understand how it works. Can you run and utilize all of the quad core with windows XP? and does the processing speed of your core help with ripping and burning cds, dvds, etc?
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Here is probably the best explanation you can find.

http://techreport.co...icles.x/11160/1

It says it all. I personally use the quad cores simply to future proof the computers i build. It does help that the quad cores are almost the same price as the core2 duo's. So, i just goe ahead and use them.

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Thanks so much for this link and info.

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O WOW and I just noticed your motto.... I FREAKING LOVE IT yeah GIT-R-DUN yesir!
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