Originally Posted by Quantum Flux
I notice that a 720 P4 is much more expensive than a 820 pentium d. if the pentium d is so much faster, why is it nearly half the price?
Anyway, thing is, Pentium D's run at lower clock speeds, so Intel just want to create a balance, i suppose, in clock speed language. lol
But i think it's mainly because AMD have priced their dual-core line quite highly, so Intel are probably hoping to cash in with a bunch of crap, but i think i'd rather have a single-core than a Pentium D.