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I have the AMD 6 core (jumped from 4 to 6 when it came out) and I've been impressed. I've been able to run Win 7 Ultimate as the primary OS, and run Vista, XP, and Linux in a virtual environment, and talk to all os's and print and share files from one machine to the other, all at the same time. When I tried this with the 4 cores, it would bog down. So yes, it does make a difference.
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