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I'm wondering if anyone else thinks there should be a new category for Dual Core CPU's alone. It would be nice to just click on one spot for the trials and testing being done with the dual cores.
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Originally Posted by maddrfookenstein
I'm wondering if anyone else thinks there should be a new category for Dual Core CPU's alone. It would be nice to just click on one spot for the trials and testing being done with the dual cores.
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Im not so sure its really worth it i mean we already have a main Intel section as such you could have it as a sub catagory but still its not essentail but its not a bad idea.
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Yeah, it might be a bit early or premature yet. I figured that it would be good to separate out the dualies from the single cores as the D-C's took over, so one could isolate at a glance (save sort time) the problems and successes our guys and others were experencing as technology progresses. That would hold true for both Intel and AMD D-C's...
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There would likely be issues between different companies interpretive translations of dual core processors and since dual core processors are still processors they actually belong in the processor section.

AMD dual cores belong in an AMD section. Intel dual cores in an Intel section. If there were a dual core section then the specific company approaches would likely be more limited than less limited. This would easily lead to approach confusion.

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There would likely be issues between different companies interpretive translations of dual core processors and since dual core processors are still processors they actually belong in the processor section.

AMD dual cores belong in an AMD section. Intel dual cores in an Intel section. If there were a dual core section then the specific company approaches would likely be more limited than less limited. This would easily lead to approach confusion.

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Thats a vert valid point. I didnt think of it that way.
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