Processor-simply stated

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M47msm Posted: Wed, Sep 20 2006 6:00 PM
I'm getting some idea about how a Processor might be a valuable addition in the High Cost range..
A lower cost Processor..
OK..the Pentium Processor requirement..
and now the CELERON D Proceessor at a very low cost...
............where the CPU might be adding VALUE is P-r-o-d-u-c-t-i-v-i-t-y.....the quickly moving PC-operator.......
the CELERON D seems to need a m-o-m-e-n-t....But gets the JOB d-o-n-e........
I quess I'm referring to Media many times have you had to look at your HDD-indicator light.....<<---??
Right now I'm dropping the Pentium for Celeron D./....
a Pentium can run like $$290-dollars.....a Celeron D like $$70-dollars......
The differance----->seems to be wait time.....useing your ERROR Report to issue a STALL in the next operation.....just slowing down a "bit"/
allows for the Celeron D.......
I remember useing a Pentium 1.8.....GHz......
and now a Celeron D.....2.5......GHz.....
The differance is the ERROR REPORT.....the 1.8GHz P-4 just held the "mark" on the program.....
the Celeron D offers an ERROR Report.....but I do move on w/my PROJECT regardless.....
So far I'm waiting to move on to a Intel Mobo....D915GAGL....w/Celeron D 331(2.66)GHz....its a REBUILD of that old 1.8 HGz OLD DELL Tower(2350-Dimension)/I killed it w/the DEFRAG-program FORCED POPPED the Retainer for the needed to be REBUILT....
The P-4 was very much a smooth I'm useing a Celeron D(2.5)GHz....I get the same END-game.....
Its just that the PENTIUM offers the "wait" TIME rather than the CELERON D--->>ERROR REPORT....that requires some "stall" in the project procedure....CONCERNING DVD-writing....Projects....DV-avi...rendering....editing......mpeg-2 format Burning....
I think I can use a CELERON D.....but might want to have a Pentium in my LAN....
...............ERROR REPORT.
you'll feel better in the morning.....
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BebeX replied on Mon, Sep 25 2006 4:36 PM


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Hmm...I dont think Ive ever seen a more confusing/pointless post.

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Either I had 1 too many MONSTER(s) or that is abit jumbled...
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tk623 replied on Tue, Sep 26 2006 9:45 AM
I think I need to go back to bed...
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Deffinately Mensa material!!!
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So confused...then again I had 5 tests today... :-/
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Drago replied on Wed, Sep 27 2006 10:53 PM
hmm sounds oddly like Howling Mad Murdoc, rambling on about things and not really asking a question, just pointing out things that are meaningless to most people.

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BebeX replied on Fri, Sep 29 2006 8:52 AM'.....fulll.....stops???!!!


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