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Old November 5, 2006, 12:17 AM
Misoprostol
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Honestly I don't see the point of a quad core processor at this this time. When dual core came out, there was a tangible increase in day to day usefulness of anyone's computer. Simply using Windows Explorer and WMP10 at the same time became faster. I've played around with a Kentsfield a little bit, and I have to say I'm pretty unimpressed. I mean, it's fast, but I wouldn't exactly trade in my 3.6GHz Core 2 Duo for one for $1000.... If you're going to buy an X6800 anyway, then go for it I guess, but I don't really know how useful it's going to be unless you're a CAD artist.

Don't get me wrong here, I had many a heated argument with people who figured dual core was pointless when it came out. I was one of the first in Canada to pick one up. As soon as NCIX had stock I grabbed one, but I won't be doing the same thing for quad core.

my $0.02
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