Hi, If it is Intel processor there is a tool from Intel which can tell you each core frequency.
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2.2 GHz is a processor frequency, and 800 MHz is a FSB frequency. First defines how many operations can the processor does; second one defines how much information the processor transfers to other components of computer.
MIPS (millions of instructions per second) is the unit used and corresponds to the processor frequency divided by the CPI (Cycles Per Instruction).IT Computer Hardware Essentials, Chapter 6: Processor core frequency is measured in gigahertz.
There are a number of terms relating to processor speed. The most common frequency is simply the clock frequency. There are others such as a PLL frequency that can be used to multiply the clock frequency and instruction cycle frequency that is usually lower than the basic clock frequency. In all cases, the processor data sheet or the mother board data sheet will identify the name of the frequencies to which it refers.
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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.
The measurement of processor core frequency is defined in the name of Hertz, which is for cycles per second (this is the frequency you refer to.) This is an electromagnetic waveform frequency. One high and low of the waveform would be equal to one Hertz measurement cycle.
Depends. Is it a mobile processor in a small laptop? A tablet? A phone? If it is a desktop processor, then it is probably pretty slow at this frequency. Keep in mind your Clock Speed doesn't really matter that much in processor performance.
ITdeppend on the frequency of your mother board! but the best for it was A QUADCORE OR CELEROnXP
It was launched in 2008. Its processor base frequency is 2.5 Ghz. Its FSB speed is 1333 MHz. It has a budgetary price of $163. On the whole it is a good processor.
FSB, frequency, and cache size.
Factors to consider when buying a PC processor # The Speed / Frequency # The size # Compatibility # Reputable brands # The cooling capability # Durability
Yes, it is a dual core processor with core name Merom. It runs at a frequency of 2.167 GHz and supports 64 bit.
CPU frequency, FSB, memory frequency, hard drive type (IDE, SATA, SCSI, rpms, buffer size and so on), video processor type and frequency.
The GHz is the clock frequency. It is important for processor speed but the number of kernels is even more important as each kernel can do processing independently from the others.