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Upgrading my laptop


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ComputerAdvocate

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Alright to make a long story short my laptop broke but I'm no fool and had an extensive warranty. Apparently some of the parts are no longer available so it cannot be fixed, but I am receiving a full refund. My question stems from some specific hardware differences, namely quad core vs. dual core laptops.

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16834220603

http://www.newegg.co...f4c8f7eafd904e4

I've been looking at the above two laptops, and while the asus has a faster graphics card, I was wondering how its processor stacks up the the lenovo's quad core. I've tried researching some of this but most of the information out there is pretty biased so I was wondering what you guys think.
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Troy

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I would vote for the i7 hands down, apparently they are awesome performers in the laptops.
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