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Re: PC Processing Power (was Home Alone) [Ref:C746684]
Subject:Re: PC Processing Power (was Home Alone) [Ref:C746684] From:Geoff -dot- King -at- NA -dot- NWMARKETS -dot- COM Date:Fri, 4 Apr 1997 22:20:27 +0100
Es tut mir leid, aber ich bin langsam. Why 100 or 133 MHz but not 120 or
geoff -dot- king -at- nwmarkets -dot- com
Most Pentium CPUs can use the same socket. Get a cheaper (100 or 133 MHz, not
120 or 150 MHz) CPU and buy a faster one later when you need the muscle and
get it much cheaper. Spend the spared memory on RAM.