Do not plug in that processor as it is not supported by that motherboard. You will need to upgrade your motherboard to one capaple of running a p4 prescott chip(pretty much any sckt 478 board that has 800fsb).
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Buy as much processor as you can afford. Intel and AMD are pretty close in performance. Volumes have been written on both sides of this arguement and depending on your POV, you can make the case either way. The next fellow who sees your question and my remark will say I'm nuts, that any fool knows XYZ processors are the best ... well ok, we all know about opinions.
Best thing for you to do is find a computer that does what you want to do and if available to upgrade, get the "best" processor the manufacturer offers for the machine you choose.