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Old 07-05-2006, 10:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey i was just wondering,

How come in my dad's 399$ emachines with celeron D piece of crap pc runs at 2.66 Ghz? When top of the line AMD processors run at around 2.2 - 2.4?
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because they are AMDs
and dual core
and e-machines should be shot through the back of the head
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lol can you explain please

so like, the AMD would still outperform the celeron d at 2.66 im hoping right..
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AMD can do more with each clock cycle. It has a shorter pipeline and an onchip memory controller for faster access to the memory.

So a 2Ghtz AMD can do the same amount as a 3.2Ghtz P4.
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okay that cleared it up, thanks alot.
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