I have not actually built a PC in over a year, and I recently realized how out of touch I had become in just that short ime. Looking at the current Intel processor lineup, I know that there are Core i3, i5 and i7 - but there are still Pentiums and Celerons too, and it's not always clear what you getting as far as performance vs value (and I love value especially).
Ars Technica to the rescue, then - writer Andrew Cunningham has done the legwork and presented the results in very readable article. Nice job!
|Ah, old skool|