10 ghz processor

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Is there any Processor I Can Buy WITH 10ghZ sPEED
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  1. where is 10Ghz .... oh i forgot :D
  2. Probably on some spy satellites in orbit, no need for coolers there, just open a small window and you have instant cooling.

    As a down to earth comment, the current overclocking record is around that speed. Most CPU's die long before reaching that speed. So there are no 10Ghz CPU's on the market.
  3. why do you believe you need a 10ghz cpu? you know GHZ is not the defining factor of CPU speed. for example, a 10GHZ 486 (if that was possible) would not be as fast as a 1ghz core i5. CPU architecture has a lot to do with CPU speed as much as GHZ.
  4. MUKULL1 said:
    Hello,
    Is there any Processor I Can Buy WITH 10ghZ sPEED


    No, but according to some folks, if you buy a 2.5GHz quad-core, you can add them all together and get to 10....
  5. Imagine me having a 7Ghz core 2 duo :d .
  6. Agree buy 2pc @5ghz or buy 4pcs @3.2 totally get. 12.8ghz .. Wow :D
  7. A 2.5GHz quad core CPU is simply a CPU with 4 cores each running at 2.5GHz.

    You do not add them together.
  8. You don't? :o
  9. jsc said:
    You don't? :o


    Actually, you are supposed to multiply all of the cores to get the right answer.

    Therefore a 2.5GHz quad core CPU works out as follows:

    2.5GHz * 2.5GHz * 2.5GHz * 2.5GHz = 39GHz.
  10. jaguarskx said:
    Actually, you are supposed to multiply all of the cores to get the right answer.

    Therefore a 2.5GHz quad core CPU works out as follows:

    2.5GHz * 2.5GHz * 2.5GHz * 2.5GHz = 39GHz.



    No No, You forgot the other thing, I know you just overlooked it. You left out the one thing.

    If you have a duel core proc you add the two together then multiply by each cores speed...

    Example X Ghz Duel Core = X + X = Y

    Then Y * Y = Final Speed

    With Tripple cores you have to do that odd 0.75 thingy Hence this next example

    X Ghz Tripple Core = X + X + X / 0.75 = Y

    Then Y * Y = Final Speed

    Quad cores are a whole new ball game, this is how you work out the actual speed if a quad core

    X Ghz Quad Core = X + X + X + X / 0.5 * 2 = Y

    Then Y * Y = Final Speed.

    Can't believe you missed that. I know, everyone makes mistakes.
  11. I thought it was 2.5GHz^2.5GHz^2.5GHz^2.5GHz = 1,651,249GHz
  12. If you download CPU-Z it says 2.5ghz. That's about it..bye.
  13. Oh, i have lost hope in the world...you guys if u have 4x2.5 ghz its 2.5 ghz. having more cores is for multitasking and having many different programs open or running high demand applications on several cores. Look at it this way, 4 runners can all run 5:30 min miles, just because there is more runners does not make them all faster, however if you devote all of the cores to one application, lets say a high demand game, it will run smoother than on just one core. You could also look at it like hauling goods in a pickup truck vs. a semi both going at 70 mph same speed, more payload.
  14. AgentS26 said:
    Oh, i have lost hope in the world...you guys if u have 4x2.5 ghz its 2.5 ghz. having more cores is for multitasking and having many different programs open or running high demand applications on several cores. Look at it this way, 4 runners can all run 5:30 min miles, just because there is more runners does not make them all faster, however if you devote all of the cores to one application, lets say a high demand game, it will run smoother than on just one core. You could also look at it like hauling goods in a pickup truck vs. a semi both going at 70 mph same speed, more payload.


    Please check the date of the last post before posting. Replies tend to be somewhat useless more than a year after the fact.
  15. AgentS26 said:
    Oh, i have lost hope in the world...you guys if u have 4x2.5 ghz its 2.5 ghz. having more cores is for multitasking and having many different programs open or running high demand applications on several cores. Look at it this way, 4 runners can all run 5:30 min miles, just because there is more runners does not make them all faster, however if you devote all of the cores to one application, lets say a high demand game, it will run smoother than on just one core. You could also look at it like hauling goods in a pickup truck vs. a semi both going at 70 mph same speed, more payload.

  16. *SIGH* I tried to convey the message gently, but what the heck...

    ZOMBIE THREAD!!!
  17. Arise, thread, for that I, the thread necromancer, revive you from the dead!
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