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Your question is going to solicit opinions For me, I would check the CPU score, with websites similar to https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php You can see what the score is. Personally, if the score is 2k or above, IMO it will be fine for MS office use, regardless of whether it's an i3 or i5 You have mentioned 2 CPUs, the benchmark score is i3 ...


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Get the Core i3. The i5 is slightly more powerful, but both of these are more than adequate for general use so you will not notice any difference. Whatever you do, make sure that you get a laptop with an SSD. Modern CPU's are powerful enough that they will , even the lower-end ones, plow through general computing tasks. This means that most of the time when ...


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In general, Core i3 is good for general-use type of computing. Core i5 is obviously a step above that, and will be better in more heavier, demanding workloads. Keep in mind that a bigger number doesn't necessarily mean it's better. Each Core brand may be branded differently, but depending on what the system is going to be used, differences may only be ...


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If you're thinking about upgrading processor in a machine you currently own then this is very cost-ineffective way of improving speed. Also, there may be limitations on the system you may not be able to put in really good CPU. You would be much better off swapping your HDD for SSD and I wholeheartedly recommend that instead. In fact, im not sure I can do ...



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