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(Intel Core Duo 2.66) vs (Intel Core i5 2.44)


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Which one is better??
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1. Define what you mean by "better."

2. Core i5 iMac arrives: first benchmarks | Electronista
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I mean which one will run faster?
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The i5 will run faster. The Intel iChips have a feature called Turbo Boost so it can speed up to 2.93 GHz when boosted. You can read up on the reviews here: Apple 15-inch MacBook Pro (Spring 2010) Review | Laptops | Macworld
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