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Old 09-03-2006, 01:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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how do you know if your processor is moving up Ghz..bcuz I was lookin for a 3.6GHZ processor and this guy said he got it up to 12GHz..and i was wondering how he knew that

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for 1 it is a noobish question however the only way u can up the GHZ in ur computer is by overclocking and u can tell by programs like CPU-Z and stuff like that.

You can also tell him to stop lieing cause unless he has alot of money to waste and is useing liq. nitro. to cool his computer its almost impossible to get it up to 12ghz.

Heres a tip remeber GHZ isn't the best thing to look for. if you wanna know y i can explain that also.

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