Question about HP Pavilion DV5234US Notebook Laptop
My processor is amd turion(tm) x2 rm70 64 and i use windows vista basic 32bit operating system.................is that reducing the speed of my notebook or is it advantageous???????
also .......is intel core 2 duo t5750 a better processor than mine(as mentioned on many review websites like Toms hardware)......if yes,then is the difference in speed and performance a really big one or can be neglected???????
rather if someone could provide me a comparison between the two then it wud b very helpful.
also my notebooks gets very hot too early,is it because of the processor?mine is a 15.4inch hp pavilion dv5-1106ax or even the core 2 duos heat???
No the difference between the AMD and the Intel is very very small,you can't sense it at all.I have the Same AMD but on Toshiba satellite and i have no heating problem(maybe its the HP)
So go with the AMD and don't worry it has many amazing features (you can read more in teir website) and again don't worry-your processor is very good for a notebook(i have tested lots of new games on it and its no doubt amazing graphics)
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
I will be glad to share my little knowledge in this senario.
Basically, I am personally a fan of AMD processors who is the first to manufacture 64 Bit Processors for Desktops and Notebooks.
However, if you remember, Intel started concentrating on Performance and not on Speed after AMD was able to design processors which were able to outperform Intel processors with slower speeds.
So, you need to look into Performance and not into Speed of the Processor.
Coming to the processor installed in your notebook, it is normal but I recommend you to use Windows XP than using Vista since Vista need more RAM and processing power when compared to XP.
Also, Windows Vista Home Basic is the basic version among the Vista family with very little features.
Coming to the Heating issue, this is common for all Notebooks to heat up when used for long time since the Notebook parts are palced in a very small where if any part heats up, it is passed to other parts too.
Make sure that the Cooling Fan Vents in the Notebook are not filled with Dust.
You can find these vents located at the rear of the notebook from where the hot air should be emiting from inside the Notebook.
I recommend you to use a Vaccume Cleaner or Air Blower to blow away invisible dust which might be blocking the airflow.
Also, make sure that the Notebook is placed on a flat surface like a Table so that there will be air flow from the bottom of the Notebook and the Cooling Fan will be able to **** in the required air from the bottom and dissapate the heat generated by the internal components.
Also, check for any BIOS Update is available for your Notebook related to this issue and update with the same.
You need to contact HP Chat Support and get the exact BIOS Update for your notebook since updating the BIOS with incorrect Update will make the Notebook useless.
Hope this gives some idea about your doubts.....
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
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.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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