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Zendeavor 2010-09-12, 22:33

Yes, if you're doing very cpu-intensive work on your computer, then the 3.6x2 would probably be best. You'd be hard pressed to overload that much processing power across 2 cores. But if you're just using it like an average person, the 2.6x4 has more than enough power to keep you running steady.

By Zendeavor in tech support on 2010-09-12 22:33:57.