Question about HP Pavilion DV5234US Notebook Laptop
I have recently bought a new hp pavilion dv5 1106ax notebook with an amd turion x2 64bit processor.
But after reading the reviews on the internet about it...and its comparison with core 2 duo processor,its heating problems,its slower speed...i m really worried as if have i made the right decision or not??
yes,i m into games like nfs,fifa etc n i heard that amd is gud for gaming purpose.....but that is not my sole consideration.
So in a nutshell i would like to know more about the pros and cons of my processor.......its advantages....disadvantages over core 2 duo etc.
Please help me......m really not getting any sleep!!!!!!!!
Well sir.........it says its a 32 bit operating system(system type).....n Amd Turion(tm) X2 Dual-core RM-70 2.00 GHz(processor).
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
You made a good choice. In the CPU arena right now, the difference between the two CPUs is a toss up. The slight advantages of one vs. the other in benchmark tests is nominal and actually artificial..
What happens with an AMD CPU is with the associated GPU onboard. And with a 64bit processor, the number of apps and games that take advantage of 64bit CPUs has always been limited but they are growing. This will only become more and more numerous.
The main architectural difference in the two was in how the two cpus communicated and the AMD was first to use a bus between the two cores and the Intel had to go to the onboard memory controller and back. That was in the first inception. Still, AMD has been far in advance of Intel and Intel has played catch up in tricks inside the cores and how the north and southbridge took advantage of the cores' architecture.
Needless to say, I'm an AMD power user and my gaming rig has an AMD dual core on an Asus/Nvidia board and an Nvidia PCIe 9800 GPU.
In the long run, all modern notebooks require you to own a pad cooler to use these in your lap or not, they all produce heat. So, just get a good one designed for your laptop so it snaps into place and will keep your rig nice and cool.
At a LAN Party you won't suffer from having a dual core AMD cpu, you'll hold your own and it will be an even playing field and the wins will go to the person with the fastest fingers... as it should be.
Sleep easy friend,
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
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