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    Default The difference and what's better?

    What is the difference between let's say a dual core pentium that is @ 3.2GHz and an i5 Core that is @ 2.5GHz? Is the pentium faster than the i5 or since the i5 is newer technology it's faster although numbers say otherwise?

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    Default The difference and what's better?

    The higher the GHz the more processes it can do in a sec. I don't know the difference between the processors though, a google search will help.

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    That's what I was thinking, just waiting for someone to give me a whole techy way of it.

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