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I have a hardware question.
my computer's
CPU is P-IV 2.4G
RAM is DDR RAM 333M PC2700
Hard disk 60G 7200n
if RAM only 333M, why I should have 2.4G CPU and does my hard disk match with CPU and momery?
 
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AFAIK, there is no direct dependency between CPU speed, RAM speed or HDD drive speed. And to me, that looks like a pretty good configuration.
 
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