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Looking for help with a quick CPU comparison

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Hello, this is probably pretty simple for people who know what they're talking about, but i could do with some advice.


Which of those is better? It will be used for standard computing and all kinds of software (eg photoshop, 3d modelling, music production), but nothing super demanding like modern games. It's also in a laptop.

I realise one has a faster clock speed whilst one has a larger cache, but I'm not sure of the implications of this. Could anyone help me please?
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