oops, the processor I got with my notebook being the ''Celeron M 370'' one
Hello, I just bought a notebook with that being its processor, and now am having some serious second thoughts.
I know that the Celeron is for the "budget" users, and does not hold up too good when compared to the Pentium M.
My question is, the Celeron M Processor
is 1.50GHz/1MB Cache/400MHz FSB
and the Pentium M Processor 730 is
1.60 GHz/2MB Cache/533MHz FSB
To me it looks like its just a small difference. I mean, its just a .1 difference for the # of Ghz, and 1 MB for the Cache, etc.
What do these numbers mean anyway? Can somebody explain it relatively? Would a .1 difference in Ghz be that big?
If it would help, I'll be using my notebook for lots of multitasking, but just between word documents, internet, playing mp3's and small videos. I wont edit videos on it or anything, but will want to watch DVD's and download music. And for gaming, just want to play Sims 2.