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Will a new processor with slower clockspeed run legacy applications faster?
I'm using Linux and have an old P4 with about 3 GHz clock speed. Will a newer chip that had slower clock speed run my legacy applications faster or slower? I only use one application at a time, an ...
Oct 20 '11 at 6:55
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