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by Amarnath Singanamala / June 22, 2008 1:30 PM PDT

Hello All,

I would like to know which is the good processor among all. please give me some details on how good AMD processor is? as the laptop that i am planning to buy has AMD processor.

Amarnath Singanamala.

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Well AMD is cheaper then Intel.
by orlbuckeye / June 22, 2008 8:11 PM PDT
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But Intel is the better mobile processor and will give better battery life and run cooler.

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best = Core 2 Duo T8100
by squirtlewa / June 23, 2008 12:14 AM PDT
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Honestly I don't think too hard about a processor for a laptop. My work laptop has AMD, and it's just fine.

If you spend a lot of time unplugged, the AMD chip will use a bit more battery than Intel at this time.

My laptop has spent prob'ly less than 100 hrs in unplugged use over the last year, and most of that time I *could* have plugged it in if I were going to spend enough time working to be worth the effort. Just checking email while getting lunch/coffee...

My advice is, unless you spend a lot of time unplugged, just get the laptop whose features and price suit your needs regardless of AMD vs Intel.

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Performance & Warm up
by Amarnath Singanamala / June 23, 2008 2:09 PM PDT

Hello friends,
Thanks for your information.

@ Squirtlewa; i would like to know how performant the AMD is processor is? and is that getting warmed up so easily?, please help me by giving some sites for the latest processor's review & analysis.

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