Asked in Computer Buying
If a game requires a processor with 1.6 Ghz or higher and your processor doesn't have that is there any way to buy more system RAM to make it so the game can run properly?
Does 1.9GHz with AMD A4-3305M accelerated dual-core processor equal 3.0 ghz?
This doesn't really math out properly. A 1.9GHz processor is a 1.9GHz processor. It can be the EQUIVILENT of a higher clock-rate, lower instructions per cycle processor, but it isn't the same, or "equal" at different clock speeds. ...
Asked in Computer Hardware
If your processor is 2.0GHx will it support software that requires 800 MHz?
Yes, as 800 MHz is faster than 2GHz, the soft ware will run fine. 1000MHz=1GHz. Any program that requires a certain CPU speed will always run on one of a higher speed ...
Asked in Sharepoint
What system does one require to use the SharePoint Server 2007?
For using the SharePoint Server 2007 one requires only some very basic requirements such as 500 MHz or higher, 2GHz processor or higher, 1GB RAM or higher and some other basic requirements which most computers fulfill. ...
Asked in Microprocessors, Motherboards
Can the motherboard support a higher processor?
Without knowing what particular motherboard model you have, there is no way of answering that. The board might support higher, it might be maxed out, or the processor might even be soldered on! THIS IS ALL WRONG!! YO MAMA~! ...
How do you change gigahertz in laptop?
The "gigahertz" reading of your laptop basically denotes the processor speed. It's the number of cycles occurring in your processor, each second. So, you have to change your processor to change your gigahertz. Some new processors have over-clocking features to increase (over-clock) your processor speed to a higher value (higher than it was designed to operate optimally). You might have to go for better cooling solutions for your processor, in case you plan to over-clock. ...
Name a processor that requires dual voltage. How are the two voltages used?
Pentium MMX and AMD K6 both use dual voltage. The lower supply voltage is used for the core and the higher voltage is used to power the I/O pins. ...
Asked in Microsoft Windows
What does the operating frequency tell you about the processor?
It tells you how many operations per second your processor is capable to do. The higher frequency is better. Also you have to take in count a number of cores. ...
Asked in Comparisons, How To
How to interpret processor comparison?
"When comparing processors, you need to look at the HZ it puts out and the amount of RAM it gives. A higher number in GHZ will result in a faster processor. Although without an appropriate RAM to match the processor, The speed will not be fully utilized." ...
Asked in Computer History, Microprocessors
Does a desktop processor use more or lessspower than a laptop processor of the same speed?
At the same speed they likely use similar power, but as dissipating heat is easier in desktop it is more likely to use faster higher power processor. ...
Asked in Doctors
Which of the two degrees is higher doctor of philosophy or doctor of medicine?
PhD requires study to a higher level
Asked in Motherboards
What is it called when running a motherboard or processor at a higher speed than that suggested?
It's called overclocking
When Running a processor at a speed higher than its rated clock speed is?
It's called "overclocking".
Asked in Microprocessors, Motherboards
Why is running a motherboard or processor at a higher speed than that suggested by the manufactrur not recommended?
Because the motherboard/processor is designed with that speed in mind, so overheating and various other issues can occur much more frequently at higher speeds. Also, the process of running hardware at a higher speed than is standard is called overclocking. ...
Asked in Microprocessors
What is difference between fpga and microprocessor?
Now FPGAs are having builtin processor like PPC and more either in hardcore or softcore. Main difference between processor and FPGA is execution Processor is sequencial execution but FPGAs are concurrent so speed of FPGA is much higher than a high speed processor. ...
How does tolerance for drugs lead to abuse or overdose?
Tolerance requires higher and higher doses to achieve the original effects. ...
Asked in AMD Microprocessors
Which is better 2.0 Ghz or 2.2 Ghz AMD Athlon processor?
2.2Ghz because it has a higher clock
Asked in Intel Microprocessors
Is a Pentium 4 processor higher than an Intel atom?
Yes, P4 is faster and more reliable.
Asked in Basketball
What is everyones opinion on the Swing Offense?
It's amazing, it requires players to play as a team, not individually. When the Swing Offense is executed properly it is extremely difficult to defend and usually keeps your team's time of possession higher than the opposing team. ...