AMD Mobile CPU's (are they good?)

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May 1, 2010 at 20:17:43
Specs: Win7 ( Ubuntu 9.10), Athlon 5000+ / 3 GB DDR2
Hi, I'm about to buy a new laptop and I've come across some options with AMD mobile processors. Nowdays AMD is a vaible option in the desktop sector with CPUs that deliver very good value. But what about the Mobile CPU's, do they still suck? I'm not looking at top notch performance but I don't want to waste my money. I'm looking at an Acer with a Turion Rm75 and a Radeon HD3200. That machine is pretty well equipped and the other options I have use Intel Pentium Dual cores T4400 and the Core 2 Duos T6500. Does the AMD even compete with them? Do you know about a chart where I can compare them like the ones on By the way I have a very samall spectrum of laptops to chose from so don't worry about posting links to other options. Thanks in advance

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May 1, 2010 at 23:11:27
IBM thinks AMD is OK. They're marketing the Edge machine with both Intel and AMD processors.

I see no reason to be afraid of an AMD chip in a laptop.


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May 2, 2010 at 17:30:26
Thank you very much. I've used AMD processors since 2007 (Sempron and Athlon X2) even on my recently deceased laptop (Mobile Sempron 3500+). It's just that I've read a lot of reviews on desktop chips but very little on mobile solutions. I think I'll go with AMD again. Thanks again

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