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Old Feb 18, 2007, 04:25 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by DaJMasta View Post
Well there are lots of dual core intel chips, core duo is merely a specific type.


In the desktop sector, there's:
Pentium D - Dual core intel chip based on the P4 architecture
Core Duo - Dual core intel chip based on the Pentium M architecture
Core 2 Duo - Dual core intel chip based on the Core Duo architecture, but with significant improvements
Excellent answer.

I would add that the only desktop dual core from Intel worth having would be a Core 2 Duo.
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