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I see. Thank you!
On Wed, 9 Apr 2008 16:24:53 +0200, thomasg <thomas at gstaedtner.net> wrote:
> It was on the list a few weeks ago - the main reason is the ram divisor -
> clocking the cpu higher means clocking the ram lower, means lowering the
> total throughput. So it's a question of requirements. Lowering the
> for having the cpu at a higher speed is not worth it.
> Another point is the power consumption at 500 MHz. Not worth it, too.
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