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Which is the best processor

I m thinking to change processor....can anyone help me to which processor i should buy...wthere AMD OT INTEL...OR WHICH MODEL OF AMD OR INTEL.......AND WHY ??
THNX IN ADVANCE

SPEED OF MY COMPUTER IS VERY SLOW PENTIUM 4 2.58 GH., 80 GB HDD 256 RAM
....WHETHER I SHOULD CHANGE PROCESSOR OR INCREASE RAM ???

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When it comes to changing processors in your pc, the very first thing you need to do is look in the motherboard manual to find out what types of processors are compatible with your motherboard.

The choice between AMD or Intel boils down to a personal preference. In years past, when AMD was just beginning to make processors, I would always choose an Intel processor because I was fairly certain I wouldn't have any problems with them. Today.... It doesn't really matter what processor is in my systems.

There are quite a few things that could be slowing down your pc.

1. You definitely need to increase the amount of RAM you have installed in your system. 256M is definitely not enough. How much more do you need?.... As much as you can afford. Again you need to check your motherboard manual to see what type of memory is compatible with your system.

2. Your hard drive is relatively small in comparison to current standards. How much free space is available on your hard drive, and when is the last time you defragmented the drive? Have you installed and then un-installed a lot of programs? How long has it been since your current operating system was last installed?

3. What type of video card is installed in your pc and how much memory does it have?

These are just some of the things that can cause your pc to run slowly.

Start with adding more memory then check your hard drive for free space and run a defrag.

As a rule of thumb... whenever I've used 50% of my total hard drive capacity, I start looking for a bigger one.
Either that or start cleaning things off of the drive.

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If ur gonna use the old PC, Upgrade the RAM to at the very least 1gb and you'll be fine. if your looking for a new pc, the intel i7 or the amd phenom x2 are great processors.

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