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Re: compare which is better hpDV900 amd -HPDV2000 intel
IF THE CONFIGURATION STATED BY YOU IS CORRECT THEN I WOULD SURELY GO FOR DV2000 BEACUSE OF HIGHER MEMORY(3 GB) AND AN INTEL PROCESSOR BECAUSE THE AMD PROCESSOR OF DV 9000 WILL GET SO HEATED AFTER ABOUT AN HOURS USE THAT YOU WONT BE ABLE TO KEEP IT ON YOUR LAP ... HOWEVER I STILL DOUBT THE CONFIGURATION .. CAUSE ACCORDING TO ME THE CONFIG OF DV2000 IS INTEL CORE 2 DUO T5500 1.66GHZ 1GB RAM AND 100GB HDD WHICH IS NOT AT ALL PREFERABLE BY ME
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When it comes to buying a new laptop one of the main things you should look for is a good processor.
Intel is a bit more expensive than AMD is but is more reliable. Intel also has an auto shutdown feature in their processors when the chip overheats. This is a key feature when it comes to laptops because the main issue with laptops is overheating. Overheating is the main cause to parts going bad in laptops as well.
AMD is a good amount cheaper than Intel. AMD still makes very good processors but most of them lack the auto shutdown feature that Intel provides. This can be an issue when it comes to overheating.
AMD: Only go with AMD if you believe you can maintain a cool pc. If you have any doubt that you can do so then go with Intel.
Intel: If you can afford to make the investment in a cooler more reliable pc with an Intel chip then go for it. It's the better decision. But if you don't choose Intel then i recommend buying a chill mat with the computer to increase the life expectancy.
First of all get the specification of your motherboard and look what is your processor's socket. I think it is socket FT1/BGA 413-ball but chek it to be sure and if it is right maybe you must look for some C-series or E-series AMD processors. Compare some models and decide what you want.Good luck.
http://www.intel.com/products/processor/corei3/index.htm But we need to look up the specs of both processors, compare the clock
speed (measured in GHz, greater the better), and compare the sizes of
the L2 cache, bigger is better. Another feature to check is the speed of
the Front Side Bus(FSB), which is measured in MHz, and again greater
Here is support and driver download page it says that XP is not supported on your notebook. What is the reason you want install XP on it? Windows 7 is much more secure and better. Usually If you need to run some old software you choose XP. You can try to find video driver for XP on AMD or Intel website depending on your VGA card manufacturer. Good Luck!
I read this and don't believe you - yes the AMD dual core gets hot - yes AMD processor are HOT processors - is intel better - no there on par with AMD - the thu put rate is so close it doesn't matter - now vista basic is just that BASIC - if you want to bump it up - home premium 32 or 64 but ultimate 64 should get it going.