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AMD 64x 4000+ 2.2GHz is equivalent to which processor in intel.

Hi my name is arun, i have purchased AMD 64x 4000+ 2.2 GHz processor Dec 27 2007.
So, I want to know which processor in intel is equivalent to it.

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    is this AMD 64X 4000+ 2.2GHz CPU is equivalent to intel core2duo processor or not. if not, so which cpu it is equivalent to in intel like dual core processor.

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Its rated the same as an old P4 that runs at 4000MHz.

Or are you meaning what current cpu is it equivalent too in the core2duo range?

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  • Graeme Fallows Jan 07, 2008

    Short answer is that the core2duo cpus are better by a long shot at same clock speed plus they overclock really well. If ur looking at building a new system from scratch then thats the path to take.

    A 2.2GHz c2d will outperform a a 2.2Ghz dual core amd.

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