There might repeat a similar question as I have already wrote, but now I am looking, slightly deeper ...
Very different processors, I wonder what the processor is sufficient enough for the Blender program the speed blender requirements as written in his "normal requirements". Writes that there should be 2GHz. But the older 2GHz processor is not equal to the newer processor is also the 2GHz frequency. I looked under http://www.cpubenchmark.net/ AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ 2.8GHz Dual Core and it is a passmark of 1500, it is enough for me that I would start learning Blender. But I want "nettop" Mini-PCs, and that he has been eyeing 900 passmark under the CPU benchmark. Interesting enough for me or how that would be enough to start the 1500 passmark learn Blender and Unity3D.
The News writes that the Atom processors that are faster than the Phenom II, it might be advisable to wait for the new Atom processor, and start to learn, however, that Blender may be sufficient and the nettop that has 900 passmark? I repeat, I just need to start learning Blender, so it may be enough, and a slower processor so I believe.
Maybe Blender normal rquirements has in mind for the Intel Pentium Dual E2180@2.00GHz with 1.126 passmark. Interested in whether it will be very different from the CPU with 900 passmark?