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Will I really experience a noticeable difference in speedperformance between a 2.4GHz processor and 2.6GHz processor in a new MacBook Pro?

Ashley Howard

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Jeffrey Rodriguez on July 9, 2019

If you are only talking about the daily tasks, then the answer likely is "no." But in tasks that require a large amount of raw processing power, such as the conversion of a video or audio to different formats, play video games, or the application of a large amount of Photoshop filters, there will be some difference, but it's probably just a difference that could account for otherwise, if two identical computers with different processors were side-by-side performing the same task. Journal of computing in general benefit more from an increase in RAM in the processor speed. A team with $250 RAM upgrade from the base-line is usually more agile and more useful than a computer with a $250 processor upgrade.

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