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topicolo

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what's wrong with that? a 450Mhz isn't always at 450Mhz exactly. I mean, the 867Mhz G4 actually runs at 866.66666... Don't tell me your computer feels slow now that you realize that it's running 1Mhz slower:rolleyes:
 

me hate windows

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Originally posted by topicolo
what's wrong with that? a 450Mhz isn't always at 450Mhz exactly. I mean, the 867Mhz G4 actually runs at 866.66666... Don't tell me your computer feels slow now that you realize that it's running 1Mhz slower:rolleyes:
before saying that he is stupid, take a look at the bus speeds.

about the computer, did you put an upgrade card in it, or is it the stock processor?
 

topicolo

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Check his profile. He's running an upgraded 9500. There's nothing wrong with that. The 9500s had a 50Mhz fsb anyways
 

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Just imagine all those poor people who bought those Intel 486DX4/100 upgrades. They were only getting a bus multiplier of 3, instead of 4, so their missing 1 MHz was much more important. :D
 

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Sorry for the late reply...I've been out...Anyway, usually the bus is 50mhz and the cpu speed is 450mhz exactly...I was just wondering if something was wrong...
 

topicolo

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nah, it fluctuates a little. No piece of hardware is perfect. I mean, I have a pc that jumps from 703Mhz to 707Mhz. Not much of a big deal.