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Intel P4, PM, Celeron , AmD need some advice

by woody372 / March 16, 2005 4:59 AM PST

I'm new here to the forum so bare with me. I'm thinking of getting a new notebook and have been looking at just about everything out there. I would like to know which chip should I be looking for? From what I have seen the P4 runs hot, Celeron runs slow , the PM or Centrino seems to run pretty cool, and I don't know much about AMD but had one in a desktop that was just fine. I just need the notebook for downloading pics, then to burn onto a cd or dvd. And to work with MS office and getting onto the internet.I've been looking on Ebay at some older models but brand new with the Centrino chip. I think decent battery life would be a plus but thought when on the road I could use the cig lighter for power. Any help here with the different chips,speed etc. would be appreciated.I would also ask which notebook but from what I have read here on the forum you can have problems with any of them. Thanks

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Chips anyone?
by culture_of_one / March 16, 2005 1:43 PM PST

Hey Woody!

"bare: not covered or clothed, naked"

(Taking off clothes...)

AMD makes good chips for the price, and I think they'll handle what you need done.

Hope this helps you. Wink

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Thanks
by woody372 / March 18, 2005 9:20 AM PST
In reply to: Chips anyone?

Thanks for the reply back I appreciate it.

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(NT) (NT) AMD Turion64 wait for it!
by jcjam / March 18, 2005 10:16 AM PST
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Just Might
by woody372 / March 18, 2005 10:51 AM PST

I'm in no big hurry so I just might wait.I was kind of torn between the Pm and the Amd64 chip.

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