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Buying a Laptop.


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Negative. A Sempron is the equivalent of an Intel Celeron
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On the Newegg website it says that the laptop you want is sold out.
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D:

Duely Noted.
I'm gonna try to get that one wal*mart is selling for 300.
Cross your fingers.

XD
I'm gonna go in at 1 pick one up and wait till 8 to buyi it.
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Negative. A Sempron is the equivalent of an Intel Celeron



Correct me if I'm wrong.

P IIII
Celeron
Dual Core
Dou Core
Quad Core?

o.0?

X3?
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Well theres alot more to it then just the name including the bus speed, cache size, dye, etc.

I am going to disregard a P3 since you cant buy those in machines anymore, Celeron -> Dual Core -> Quad Core. A dual core is 2 cores while a quad is 4. You have to account for the FSB as well.

If your going the Intel route, anything in the T series like a T7400 for example is what I would go for. If you chose the AMD route, you want to go for the X2 series, which is their dual core chip. Anything quad core in a laptop will be way out of your budget.
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It was a P4 actually xD
So I'm right to Assume.

C-D-Q

X3

I know about the FSB.
I was just wondering in general.

Whats the T-series thats the first time I heard about that.
o.0?
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Yes, that is corect. The different series just denotes the FSB, voltage, things like that. T is the higher end series in the laptops.
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http://www.tigerdire...e...&CatId=1900

I settled for that.
What do you think.

=3

anyone know where I can buy a nice kinda "extra case" for it.
So if I drop it It won't go breaking on me.
xD
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Looks like a pretty good machine to me. You can buy a case anywhere really, just look around for the best price and youll be set.
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._.

I'm having problems finding some
Think by chance you could Link me.
xD
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You can get them in mostly every electrionic (that deals with PC´s) shop.
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Try http://www.laptopoutlet.co.uk because there are huge rang of laptops are available according brand wise.


Edited by dj0333, 04 May 2016 - 07:17 AM.

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