they got nothing else to complain about
post #101 of 105
1/11/06 at 4:28am
Originally Posted by vegettoxp
What's happening? I was looking around the forum and I saw that everybody is giving bad rap to dual core. I myself plan to get my first notebook in my life and I am a big fan of INTEL. My first plan was to get the 9300, but now that I found out that their is going to be E1705 model, I am gona wait. I know it is more $$ for the E1705, but look at what I am getting. I know their aren't many apps out their that will support dual core anytime soon, but I don't think it hurts to have a notebook with the latest technology. By all means, I am not a hardcore gamer, just sometimes.
This is my own OPINION, But just wanted to know why dual core is getting bad rap in the forum and what are the disadvantages of getting the new E1705 model With Dual Core Power?
P.S. Fusion Power
Originally Posted by Cutters
Youve got the right idea here, WAIT, see how things pan out with these new dual core models and check out review sites. I think its harsh to say that dual core is getting a bad rap, the problem here is that people think that dual core means two independant processors means twice as fast, thats simply not the case, they arent even close to being twice as fast though im sure that will change in time. The problem is there is no operating system, hardware/software that really benefits from having a dual core processor aside from media encoding for example. This too will change in time so you are right on track here, WAIT WAIT WAIT and SEE.......