Core 2 Duo T5250 vs 5450

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  1. evilnanouk

    evilnanouk Newbie

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    ...actually i am beetween in Fujitsu Siemens
    Amilo Pi 2530-PI and HP
    G7050ev ...

    i need it for graphics in photoshop / flash / dreamweaver etc ...and internet...

    Opinions please???

    thanx
     
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    thanx :( !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    cloud_nine Notebook Evangelist

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    It's slightly faster, but you would not see a huge difference in real world application. If you are constantly running CPU intensive programs, you might want to opt for a larger jump into the T7xxx.
     
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    skywalker Business Notebook FTW!!

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    Both processors roughly performs same. The difference is negligible, dont bother with those processors. Make sure you choose the one with great build quality, helpful customer support.
     
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