Yeah - but I have 256MB DDR with Vvti-R spec :-)
As for the numbering, well, if they called an Athlon XP1600 a 1400, it will look slower again - it is simply marketing but, it is not false marketing (actually it is conservative, really)! The overclocked 1600 outpaces 1.8GHz Intels, according to PCMark in all areas. But, it falls slightly short of the 2GHz intel. So, for a 1539.8MHz clock, it isn't doing bad outdoing 1.8GHz PentiumIVs! In it's non-overclocked guise, it was outpacing 1.6GHz Intels, which is what the 1600 is supposed to represent, even though it is running at 1400MHz.
Whichever way you look at it, all these processors are doing about one-and-a-half thousand million things per second - not bad, I say!
I could do with an intercooler - as my CPU is currently running at 54degC in 24degC room. Cooler thermostat? :-)
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