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What is the actual clock speed (mhz.) of a stock p4 2.53

Jeffwo

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Originally posted by: THUGSROOK
this is a trick question right?

19x133 = 2530mhz

LOL...no...I am just not at all familiar with Intel. I know like an AMD 1700 is only like 1400mhz. I just assumed Intel was like that too.

Jeff
 

mrgoblin

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Intel has higher clock speed. Amd has less clock speed but is more efficient. Dont be fooled by PR ratings though because a 3000+ is definatly not a 3.0 pentium. Ask before your gonna buy in case you make the same mistake many of us did.
 

Johnbear007

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Originally posted by: mrgoblin
Intel has higher clock speed. Amd has less clock speed but is more efficient. Dont be fooled by PR ratings though because a 3000+ is definatly not a 3.0 pentium. Ask before your gonna buy in case you make the same mistake many of us did.
Thats true, but it isnt THAT far off, depending on system setup.

a 3200+ is about a 2.8 p4
 

Shimmishim

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Originally posted by: Johnbear007
Originally posted by: mrgoblin
Intel has higher clock speed. Amd has less clock speed but is more efficient. Dont be fooled by PR ratings though because a 3000+ is definatly not a 3.0 pentium. Ask before your gonna buy in case you make the same mistake many of us did.
Thats true, but it isnt THAT far off, depending on system setup.

a 3200+ is about a 2.8 p4
hmm....

i'm not quite sure about this either....

eh.. who cares!

as long as your system runs.. that's what i say! :)
 

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