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AMD 64 bit processors.


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krobin5277

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Well this is my first posting on Geeks to Go. I am loooking at the AMD 64 bit processors for notebooks has anyone had any experience or have an opinion on the topic.
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im running an amd athalon 64 bit processor in my desktop and its wonderful, id say go for it
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They arent as good as there desktop equivalents and the difference between AMD and intel is much more even in laptops, they are pretty good but there are alot of other factors when it comes to laptops.
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AMD's are good for gaming and run cooler than Intels if thats what your asking. Im actually about to order a Laptop with a AMD Mobile Athlon 64 3200 CPU.
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hmmm this reminds me of the AMD Turion 64 mobile processor
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