Re: Specifications Definitions
FPS - Frame(s) per second. Good framerate on most games is around 60 FPS, although some games like TF2 can go into the hundreds and two hundreds of FPS on modern hardware.
Clock Speed - the number of cycles a component can perform per second, usually measured in Gigahertz. 'Hertz' means cycles per second, gigaherz is 10 to the power of 9 (10^9) Hertz.
Overclock - running a component (usually a chip or group of chips) at a clock speed higher than it was designed to run. E.g. making a 2.00GHz processor run at 3.00Ghz.
Processor - The most powerful chip on the motherboard, a central hub for all processes on the machine. The instructions that feed into the chip are called 'registers', and these registers are written in binary. The clock speed is determined by how many bits (or cycles) the chip can handle per second.
CPU - Central Processing Unit, is the full 'proper' title for your processor. They mean the same thing.
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