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hi i was wondering if when you overclock a cpu does it give you the same characroristics as the prossessor of that speed. eg would a 2ghz core two duo overclocker too 2.2gzh be able to play a computer game desined for a 2.2?

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would a 2ghz core two duo overclocker too 2.2gzh be able to play a computer game desined for a 2.2?

Yes, because at that point it is a 2.2! : B:)

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There's one thing that will not change when overclocking: The cache. Does it need to be considered ?

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Not really ;) But then again, which game asks for a 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo :blink:

 

Crysis does lol (well if you have vista)

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Another one: Guitar Hero III:Legends of Rock asks for minimum a Dual-Core 2.8GHz and a C2D 2.4Ghz recommended

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Another one: Guitar Hero III:Legends of Rock asks for minimum a Dual-Core 2.8GHz and a C2D 2.4Ghz recommended

Holy crap, didn't think it was that high yet :blink:

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BTW, just to inform you, Crysis' minimum requirements are a joke. If you meet the minimum, expect 5fps

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I was chekcing out some new games the past few days reading req. there are a few out there that ask for a dual core.

Don't ask me which ones right off I'd have to go back to the store to get names. LOL.

 

 

Not really ;) But then again, which game asks for a 2.2GHz Core 2 Duo :blink:

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