I'm all ears, but "MHZ Myth" "MHZ Myth" just gets stupider every time you say it.

Take a computer architecture class, and you'll find that the clock speed of a processor is not a measure of the performance of that processor. It's the efficiency of the processor that matters, which is measured in IPC, the "instructions per cycle" that it can execute.

A 2.8GHz CPU that can only get 1 IPC on average is no better than a 700MHz CPU that averages 4 IPC.

Score:0, Redundant