But the great Intel's powers of obfuscation render value meaningless as they cajole the ignorant public to purchase whatever they tell them to.
Captain Obvious says yes that is true. (And Obvious if you ever goto a store a look at OEM boxes.
The average joe isnt told anything, just that his multimedia experience will be twice as good as his old one, and will be able to read emails 4 times faster.
<b><font color=red>Captain Obvious To The Rescue!!! (Obviously) Captain Obvious: Pointing out the Blindingly Obvious!</font color=red></b>
I counted one exclamation mark. Whats the problem?
..and don't flame me for the obvious over-use of the Question mark please
AMD's dual-core sex fights due in 2005
The Celeron in general has really been a sham. All that speed being screwed by weak cache or lack of. Every time I look at them for a budget machine I alwasys go back to the athlon xp, they are same price and more power and gives you some extra juice on games.
Mobile Barton 2500+ @ 2420mhz 11x220 1.7v Asus A7N8X Dlx 440 FSB 1gb Geil GD pc3500 Dual Channel (2-3-3-6) Segata 80gb SATA 8.5ms seek ATI Radeon 9800 Pro to XT(420/730)
I think it's the best deal from Intel since the P111 celerons. If it OCs at all, it will be great. That from someone who hasn't built an intel system for his house since socket 7.