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  • It's not surprising that Mr. Bush doesn't use e-mail -- any computer without a joystick is above his clock-speed (not to mention the fact that he spent an hour looking around on the keyboard for the "Any" key when the software said, "Hit Any Key to Continue ...")

    E-Busted

  • I'm not sure what the clock-speed of the CPU will be, but I'd guess 1.2 GHz.

  • The 1.6GHz clock-speed should make it fast, and the hyper-threading means it should multitask like a champ.

    Gizmodo

  • The latter's Our tests that mixed multi-threaded Intel 955X motherboard 533MHz clock-speed gap, 2MB of L2, and applications with single-threaded apps equipped with an ATI Radeon X850 Pro, 1066MHz front-side bus just can't make seem to support this theory.

    Recently Uploaded Slideshows

  • So the other 30 per cent is coming from changes in the core and clock-speed increases.

    Channel Register

  • Fucking about with multi-core CPUS and GPUS (not to mention that bizarre non-sequitur about deeply-pipelined processors, which are old technology, and mainly related to clock-speed increases, which you admit aren't happening so much anymore) is absolutely not any indication that process-shrink technologies have not stalled.

    MachineMachine (formerly 'The Huge Entity')

  • A faster clock-speed version of this Atom is also expected from Intel sometime in the near future.

    ZDNet Australia

  • The company promises 800MHz clock-speed amid 1. 55V voltage.

    X-bit labs

  • In Q3 2010 the world's largest maker of microprocessor plans to release another six-core Core i7-970 central processing unit that will run at 3. 20GHz clock-speed and will cost lower compared to the older brother, sources familiar with Intel's roadmap told X-bit labs.

    DV Hardware

  • XtremeLabs. org claims to have pushed the 65nm Intel Celeron D 347 processor to an insane 8.20 GHz (8199.5 MHz) clock-speed without melting a single face.

    Tom's hardware UK

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