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Old 12-08-2005, 01:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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MHz. GHz. THz. PHz. 1gig of ram. 2gigs of ram. Motherboards with this or that clock speeds. It has to end somewhere right? Doesn't there have to be some kind of maximum speeds and capacities that the materials that we use in computers can get to? This questions have been bothering me for a long time now seeing as though a brand new computer is outdated in about two seconds.

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Things aren't out dated that fast... Especially if you overclock.
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