core speed

core speed

The speed of the CPU, measured in MHz. The term "core" refers to the center, or nucleus, of the computer, which is its CPU. See bus/core ratio.
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2.7 GHz clock speed with 2.4 GHz + 1.9 GHz core speed configuration.
It features the latest Intel Corel i7-620M processor with a core speed of 2.66 GHz, with 4 MByte 12 cache and up to 8 GByte fast (1066 MT/s) dual channel DDR3 memory.
Obviously, you select the system with the fastest core speed, but you can also add a super-quick understencil cleaning technology that enhances throughput even more.
Designated Model SBCPxBX, the unit features in Intel Pentium III FC-PGA or PPGA Celeron processor with on-die L2 cache running at full core speed.
With its advanced tension PID circuitry, core speed matching controls, flying-splice sequencing circuitry and a user friendly interface, the SteadyWeb reduces waste during starts, stops and splicing for the production of consistent roll quality on a rewind.
The new processor is the fastest in the line with a core speed of 232MHz.
Intel is planning to develop the StrongARM from its current 150MHz core speed up to 600MHz and squeeze more than ten times the raw processing power out of the new design.
The basic difference between the two is that the GT650M's core speed can go up to 850MHz within the boundaries, while the GT630M is limited at 672MHz.
The scaleable LBC9216 features an Intel Pentium 4 or socket-478 Celeron processor with 512 or 128 kB full core speed L2 cache, Intel 845GV chipset with 400/533 MHz front side bus, and up to 2 Gb DDR200/266 DIMMs, with full ECC support on two sockets.