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HP Pavilion T3620 / Core2Duo E6300 1Gb 160Gb DVD+/-RW MCE £669.74+del.
HP Pavilion T3620 / Core2Duo E6300 1Gb 160Gb DVD+/-RW MCE £669.74+del.

HP Pavilion T3620 / Core2Duo E6300 1Gb 160Gb DVD+/-RW MCE £669.74+del.

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HP Pavilion T3620 / Core2Duo E6300 2 x 1.86GHz Processor/1GB RAM /160GB HDD/ SuperMulti DVD +/- Writer/ 9 in 1 Reader/ MCE PC

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Pritty poor deal compared to John Lewis at £365 for next model up (2.8Ghz, 2Gb DDR, better DVD etc.).

See ]this thread. ;-)

The John Lewis Deal is a discontinued hardware clearout, (although still a very good deal), as the Intel Pentium D processor is two generations behind the Core2Duo.

How does a 2.8Ghz dualcore relate to a 1.8Ghz Core2Duo in terms of speed etc.?

Despite the clock disparity, the more efficient C2D should still win.

]This article from Anandtech is fairly detailed, and includes both generations of CPUs.

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Despite the clock disparity, the more efficient C2D should still … Despite the clock disparity, the more efficient C2D should still win.]This article from Anandtech is fairly detailed, and includes both generations of CPUs.



sorry, this is still a poor deal compared to either the john lewis or the cybermaxx deal, to the average user they wouldnt notice the difference in processor speed but would notice the £300 price difference and if you were into gaming you wouldnt purchase any of the 3 systems

That's great and all, but my post you quoted has nothing to do with your subsequent comment!

Was providing info for a fellow poster, not comparing deals.

Besides didn't I say "..still a very good deal" earlier?

Interesting article Nook. Looks like the 1.8Ghz Core2 is about 30% faster than the 2.8Ghz dual core. Learn something new every day! Given I am currently running a 1.7Ghz P4 with SDRAM and ATA/133 discs I think I'd be happy with the slower (read cheaper) system. Thx. for the link.
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