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Old 03-19-2007, 03:27 PM   #1
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Is a CPU Core 2 DUAL 1.8MHZ 775 800FSB 2MB Box good?? Also what is it in Ghz?? Sorry if this is a noobie question.
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Old 03-19-2007, 03:36 PM   #2
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I think it's supposed to be 1.8 GHz.

It's pretty good, what are you using the computer for? This is probably the same thing:
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16819115013
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For gameing but the order paper says 1.8 MHZ
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Old 03-19-2007, 03:39 PM   #4
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it is a core 2 duo E4300 , and it should be 1.8ghz not 1.8MHHZ , cos 1.8GHZ =1800MHZ , also it is ok it is ok , not the best dual core cos the bus speed and L2 cache is low but it is better than any of my computers is it the Allendale i know the e4 arent conroe are they and i think it is 65nm if i am not mistaken there again
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For gameing but the order paper says 1.8 MHZ
it prob means 1.8ghz cos 1.8mhz would be very slow indeed
it is a very common mistake to make replacing the ghz witha mhz
and it should be fine for most games as long as it is bundled with a good ram and vid card and decent mobo and cooling
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One of my games requires 2.0 GHZ minimum. My video card is 256 and 1 Gig of ram should it be able to run fine? Also what is mobo and how to cool my computer?
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One of my games requires 2.0 GHZ minimum. My video card is 256 and 1 Gig of ram should it be able to run fine? Also what is mobo and how to cool my computer?
2.0 GHz means the Pentium 4 equivalent. It should run the game fine. Mobo is a motherboard.
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One of my games requires 2.0 GHZ minimum. My video card is 256 and 1 Gig of ram should it be able to run fine? Also what is mobo and how to cool my computer?
and as for cooling check your pm's i sent you a message
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