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Default Processor cores versus clock speed

The book mentions (chapter 3 p 68) that the min. requirements for a processor are 4 core / 2.5 GHz. My hardware person is asking which processor I want a Dual Zeon E5335 with a total of 8 cores at 2.0Ghz or a single i7 processor at 2.93Ghz. So the question is which is more important for SharePoint 2010 clock speed or cores?

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