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With the speed of hardware now is it really needed I dont think it is. Really you dont need more then 1Ghz for normal usage IMHO....
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    With the speed of hardware now is it really needed I dont think it is. Really you dont need more then 1Ghz for normal usage IMHO.

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    Nope - did some O/Cing under Windows back in the old days, but have never O/Ced Linux. Don't really feel the need to do so.

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    no overclock

    I'm S/W man , so no h/w tweak , just learning it ..
    Overclocking is big thingss...

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    S/W h/w O/Cing O/Ced

    what do they mean?

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    O/Ced means overclocked, O/Cing means overclocking

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