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Pentium D vs. Pentium 4

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I currently have a P4-3.20 Mhz in my computer. I think it's a single core although XP's Task manager shows 2 CPUs. Sorry i don't know much about CPU hardware. I've heard that the Pentium D is a dual-core (?) processor. Is there a huge performance gain in the P-D processor over a P4?
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If you go here:http://indigo.intel.com/compare_cpu/default.aspx?familyID=1&culture=en-US
You can compare your processor with the D Processors you're looking at.

Hope this helps!

:o)

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Just what I was looking for. thanks!!
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Glad I was able to be of assistance.

Thanks for the points.

Cheers!

:o)

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