Originally Posted by Cabbs
I don't understand how a slower-clocked, single-core CPU of the same architecture is faster than a higher-clocked, dual-core CPU.
It seems faster, but when I tokk it on the PSM, it rated a little less than I expected.
The reason it seems faster, is that, dual core CPUs can't concentrate there power on one game, the can multi task, playing several games at once very fast, but they can't just combine their power in one game.
However a fast single core, can play one game very fast, but isn't very good at multi tasking, I don't multi task my games, which is why it seemed faster than when it was rated in psm.
It gets pretty hot, the plastic case gets pretty warm on the motherboard side, if you put you hand on the heatsink, which is fairly hard to do with a dell, you can instantly burn your hand(OW, it STILL hurts), but if you let it sit for an hour, it is actually a good replacement for a gas stove or a fire place, it just heats up the house.