Closed Dual Core Processors For Low-Power, High-Performance Desktops Tags: Performance Desktops Processors Power Core Anonymous April 15, 2008 4:54:10 PM Intel's Core Duo is worth serious consideration if you care about performance, low noise and high efficiency in a PC system. We compared it to efficiency specialists Pentium M and Turion 64, but found the Athlon 64 X2 to be a potential show-stopper. Dual Core Processors For Low-Power, High-Performance Desktops : Read more More about : dual core processors low power high performance desktops Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Dual Core Processors For Low-Power, High-Performance Desktops Forum IBM introduces low-power and dual-core PPC 970's Forum xbitlabs: Contemporary Dual-Core Desktop Processors Shootout Forum SolvedPlease explain the difference between intel dual core and intel core 2 duo processors? Forum SolvedDual Core Processors Compatible with my Toshiba Laptop? Forum SolvedGood dual core processors ? Forum Solveddual core processors problem with my board and ram Forum How to overclock a AMD dual-core processor E-1800 on my desktop Forum SolvedI have intel dual core processor.. how can i know whether it is 32 bit or 64 bit? Forum SolvedI want to buy a graphic card for my PC. My PC specs are INTEL pentium dual core processor 3.0 ghz & 1 gb ram. Forum Solveddual core processor Forum SolvedIntel Core i3-4130 3.4GHz Dual-Core Processor VS Gigabyte Radeon R9 270 2GB WINDFORCE Forum SolvedWith a mcp61pm-am motherboard, is it possible to use dual core processors as adv Forum SolvedNEW laptop with AMD athlon II Dual Core Processors Forum SolvedAre dual atom processors better than core 2 duo processors Forum Solvedcan dual core mainboard fits in quad processor Forum SolvedWill an AMD Athlon ii 2.7ghz dual core processor be able to run games? Forum New Generation of Intel processors go back to four cores and dual channel memory??? Forum SolvedShould I get the Intel i3-4130 dual-core processor or quad-core processor with this build? Forum my laptop is acer and my processor is intel dual core t3200.can i upgrade it to any i core processors? Forum More resources !