Question about Intel Core T2300, 1.66 GHz Core Duo (BX80539T2300) Boxed
If you going to be using intensive programs like 3d editing, gaming, video editing, photoshop/image editing, or just multitasking and keeping alot of programs open you should get a faster cpu speed, and probably the core 2 duo. Core 2 duo (intel) is dual core and 64bit which gives more processing power, for some applications. Dual core is just normal processor (32bit) and just has 2 cores.
CPU is basically for the computers thinking/multitasking/processing info. If you want to multitask alot of programs your going to need processing power AND alot of RAM, the more the better/faster. If your going to be gaming or doing intesive stuff with graphics, you need a powerful video card. And hard disk is solely dependent on your storage needs too.
If your just going to be surfing the web, emailing, facebook, watching dvd's, and whatnot, any computer (new) should do you fine. But if you want HD video you need a powerful video card and processor.
Also When I mean powerful I dont mean the most powerful, just the mid-range of 'power'. So if you want to get anything more than basic, go for a mid-priced PC. Also this will let your computer last longer as updates and new software tend to slow down your computer, and you need more power to keep up with new stuff, but don't worry, it wont happen that fast!
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
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