They are the exact same technology, so one is not actually "better" than the other. Intel Pentium Dual-Cores use the same architecture as the Intel Core 2 Duo, just with a smaller L2 cache size. This makes the Dual-Core slightly slower in intensive applications than a Core 2 Duo at the same clock speed. A Pentium Dual-Core will still outperform a Core 2 Duo of a lower clock rate.
Pentium D's are older Core 2's renamed to promote newer CPU's.
Both processors are in the Pentium Dual Core family. The Pentium Dual Core E2200 is better than the other.
No. The Pentium predates the Pentium D by more than a decade.
Pentium Dual-Core is better.
Intel Pentium Dual-Core.
The Intel Pentium Dual-Core is much faster.
Obviously Intel Core 2 Duo is better than Intel Pentium 4...
Intel i3 is superior to Pentium 4.
As a whole, the Pentium 4 has a higher maximum performance than a Pentium III. The Pentium III performs the same as or better than Pentium 4 at the same clock speed, but the Pentium 4 has a higher max clock speed (which the Pentium 4 was designed for).
it seems celeron is better unless Pentium has 2 cores
e2200 would be better as it is newer than the Pentium 4 and is dual core while the Pentium 4 is single it has also been proven the e2200 is better than 2 Pentium 4 put together
I can tell you that a AMD Athlon is better for games but a Intel Pentium is better for educational purposes. I'l hope you a answer on your question. Regards, Jack
Celeron doesn't refer to any particular processor series. Celerons were cost-reduced versions of their Pentium equivalents. The Celeron in question could be based on a Pentium 2, Pentium 3, Pentium 4, Pentium D, or Core 2 Duo. In which case the answers would be "Pentium 3, Usually Pentium 3, Celeron, Celeron, and Celeron", respectively.
Intel Duo is newer and performs better.
It depends, but usually Intel is better. Older AMD processors (compared against the early Pentium 4) were much faster, however.
Look, It depends what you use it for, but generally with these more basic processors, the more GHZ the better. The Pentium 4 is PROBABLY better.
Core 2 duo should be better due to fact that it was produced using a better technology (65 nm vs 90 nm). Chech "Sources and related links" below for more information.
Our technology is much better.
The 3.2 GHz processor is slightly better. Please note that all 3.2 GHz Pentium 4s support Hyperthreading, so the 3.2 GHz isn't in any way disadvantaged.
core its faster
Pentium D is a dual core processor, while the Pentium 4 HT is a single core that is capable of running two software threads. More simply put, The Pentium D is 2 people each pulling their own wagons, the Pentium 4 HT is one person pulling 2 wagons with lubricated wheels. Over all, the Pentium D is better because it is truly dual core, although the Pentium 4 does a great job of trying.
They have better technology than the previous version.
it allows us to better communicate between branches as well as run things better
both are very good but brings better technology amerec