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22nd Nov '14 3:56:33 PM LongLiveHumour
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31st Oct '14 9:47:03 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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30th Sep '14 2:40:13 PM SolipSchism
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Minor edit for clarity, and adding a reference to Microsoft, because I was searching for this and didn't find it.
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30th Sep '14 10:52:26 AM legoking831
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Y'know, maybe including the link is a good idea.
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30th Sep '14 10:50:25 AM legoking831
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...ehh, there's a little more to it than that. Yes, clock speeds are a lot about the processor's performance, but he was saying it's not EVERYTHING. And I know you don't want to think this, but he was correct. Intel tried to market the P4 for clock speeds alone, and that was a huge mistake — the processors had major overheating problems and barely even measured up to the Pentium III. The P4 and the M Hz Myth are why AMD has their place in the industry nowadays, actually. It's still hilarious in hindsight in its own way, but that is FAR from a Blatant Lie.
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30th Sep '14 10:43:57 AM legoking831
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I saw this and thought it was way too good to pass up.
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15th Sep '14 6:12:25 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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13th Sep '14 10:25:05 PM Rothul
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