I was such a idiotic fool to buy Presler 945 in 2011, Even knowing that i3's are thrice as powerful and still cheaper.
Well, whats done is done I suppose. My family was die hard Dell during the late 90s, early 2000s. (Dell is exclusively Intel for their CPUs) So of course we have a Pentium D in a Dell XPS 200 desktop still floating around the house. It was just a terrible design, essentially Intel just duct-taped together 2 single core processor dies to make a dual core. I read somewhere the Intel head guy admitted years later they were just trying to get something out there to go against AMD (since they were first to get a dual core processor to the home market). At the time Intel already had problems with that Netburst design, and 2 of them strapped together really didn't impress anybody.