Regular dual core at 2.8ghz or hyperthreaded dual(now quad) core at 2.3ghz?

Red_357

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Which one would provide more performance, assuming IPC and cache and all that is the same?
 

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The i3 6100u is a 'newer' Skylake with 2 cores, 4 threads, WHEREAS the G1840 is a 2 core, 2 thread system of the Haswell architecture. Any current gen i3 (16xx or 17xx) would pretty much curbstomp a Celeron, unless said Celeron were OC'd. Hell, even PENTIUMS make jerky out of Celerons, current or no,
 

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Intel Celeron G1840 and the i3 6100U
yes, I know the i3 is a laptop cpu, i'm just interested in which will perform better



 

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I don't own any of these CPUs, so it should be obvious I can't test them, that's why I asked here.
 

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The i3 6100u is a 'newer' Skylake with 2 cores, 4 threads, WHEREAS the G1840 is a 2 core, 2 thread system of the Haswell architecture. Any current gen i3 (16xx or 17xx) would pretty much curbstomp a Celeron, unless said Celeron were OC'd. Hell, even PENTIUMS make jerky out of Celerons, current or no,
 
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