According to http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php the T3200 (2 brains) actually outscores the T5800 even though the T5800 (4 brains) has the prestigious Centrino label. The T3200 even gives the T7300 (5 brains) a good run of its money.
The 4200 and 6400 are not listed on the Intel web page yet. My question are:
Will the T4200 and T6400 offer any additional value over the T3200, does anybody have any benchmarks they can share?
Why hasn't the (likely) shrink cut thermal requirements (make them P instead of T)?
How much do you think Passmark has to do with system design (aka crappy DDR2-6400 sticks with loose timings)?
T4200->T6400 $50 (HP)
T3200->T5800 $50 (HP)
C M 560->T3200 $50 (Dell)
C M 560-> T6400 $100 (Dell)
(Best price Google Shopping, OEM)
Celeron M 560 $43
Please can you me again i knowever think about desktops not lap tops need to buy but not sure is best t4200 or t5800
If you want to ask a question...well, you need a question first. There's no sense in there.
As for the benchmark...those test cannot be considered reliable. There's no way to compare old CPUs like K7's against modern ones and get reliable, comparable results. They're too different from one another. I would find another place to look up marks. I'm not sure how Tom's charts are as of late.