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Amd V/s Intel

Power : Amd consumes bit more power then intel
Bus Speed : Amd has 1600mhz while Intel is half with 800mhz
( Core 2 Duo Extrem - 1033mhz)
L2 Cache : Intel is good over L2 Cache Memory
L1 Cache : Amd has double then Intel
Price : Amd is much cheaper then Intel

My Experience : Intel processor gets less heat then AMD (bcoz Intel processor doesn't do much work while Amd core is always busy... :P ). With performance regard i would say for graphics and rendering amd is good, that means with other work it is not bad but is bit (yeah really a bit) slower then intel, but if you compare this bit performance with the price you will save lots of $ if you go for amd. I would prefer Amd (Value for money).

AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology Competitive Comparison

AMD Turion™ 64 X2 Dual-Core Mobile Technology
Model Number
Thermal Design Power
L2 Cache
2.4 GHz
Dedicated 1M
2.3 GHz
Dedicated 1M
2.2 GHz
Dedicated 1M
2.1 GHz
Dedicated 1M
31W or 35W
2.0 GHz
Dedicated 1M

Detailed Comparison ..

- Baljeet


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