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    2,16 or 2,33 GHz?
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    Question 2,16 or 2,33 GHz?
    I was wondering if the 2,33 GHz processor is worth the extra 250€/$. (24" model)
    I do a lot of video-editing, gaming, photoshop, so?

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    2,16 or 2,33 GHz?
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    Aight, thx.

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    2,16 or 2,33 GHz?
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    The question though is whether the small speed increase is worth the money?

    In my opinion no, and it would be better spent on another gig of RAM.

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    2,16 or 2,33 GHz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexis View Post
    The question though is whether the small speed increase is worth the money?

    In my opinion no, and it would be better spent on another gig of RAM.
    Exactly, so that's what I'll probably do .

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