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Created On: 11/10/2005 01:45 AM
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 11/10/2005 01:45 AM
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Kent Turb0
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Hi, does the 64 x 2 mean that there are two 4.4ghz chip in one processor? I know that there are two chips in the enclosure, but I am not sure if it is 2.2ghz x2= 4.4ghz or its 4.4ghz x2. I tried contacting AMD, but they are hard to reach, please help. /unsure.gif' border='0' style='vertical-align:middle' alt='unsure.gif' />
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No, there are two processors at, say, 2.2ghz. That does not mean they equal to 4.4 ghz, you're able to multitask much better (such as playing a game and ripping an mp3 at the same time).

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