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Pentium 4 vs Pentium D

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I am interested in purchasing a new motherboard and processor. I have been running a Pentium 4 1.5 for the last 3 years and have been extremely satified. However, it is beginning to show age and slow down. I want a processor that is able to run 64 bit, at least a gig of ram, and about 3.0Ghz. Possibly HT also. I do many programs that require much of the system. I also do gaming, graphic and web design with images that are fairly big. My question is, what is the difference between the new P4 and the PD's? Which would be better in the long run? Which will be better for the new Windows OS? Which is the better bang for your buck? Thank you
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Read these and see which is suitable



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