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|25th May 2006, 23:56||#1|
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|13th July 2006, 21:04||#3|
Ok, maybe this is an extremely stupid question, but i'll ask it anyway:
Will a core2duo clocked at (for example) 2 GHz outperform a Pentium 4 clocked at 3 Ghz?
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