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Score on this is not real and synthetic test was as follows: for Inspiron 2200 291 parrots, for Inspiron B120 313 parrots. The difference: 313 / 291 * 100-100 = 7.6%, make one more digression. We took the bar of 256 megabytes of Inspiron B120 and have tested WinRar more time with a system memory 256 MB. The results of real test for archiving WinRar 184 seconds, the synthetic 301 parrot. According to the results we want to see Two things: first – an increase in the amount of RAM your computer / laptop does not entail a corresponding change in performance of real tasks. Ie increasing the amount of RAM from 256 to 512 megabytes you get twice as much speed of loading the operating system or in two more frames per second in games. The difference is significant only for serious intensive processes running with greater than the size of free RAM memory objects. Remember when you last worked in a text editor with a document size of 100 megabytes? Do not you remember? Or never worked? Then increase the amount of memory will cause an overall increase performance of your computer no more than 184 / 171 * 100-100 = 7.6% or 313 / 301 * 100-100 = 4.0% which is even smaller, and does not seem even close to 512 megabytes divided by 256 megabytes, we 200% of the difference relative to its initial value.

And second, the computer 256 megabytes of memory and the frequency of 533 megahertz will still be faster computer with 512 megabytes of frequency of 333 megahertz at 100-100 185/184 * = 0.5% or 301 / 291 * 100-100 = 3.4% for standard household tasks . Let's look at a chart of the final results of our Testing: Our testing has quite convincingly debunks the myth that in the minds of consumers that the memory frequency is a direct measure of performance of modern computer systems. Indeed, the overall performance computer depends not only on the frequency of its constituent parts, in this case, the memory, but also on how these components relate to each other, ie on the architecture of the chipset of the motherboard – a set of principles connection between the individual components such as processor, memory, video subsystem, hard drive, and others. Also, the above can be projected on the impact of CPU frequency on overall system performance. Far from always a computer / laptop with a processor at a seemingly frequency shows better performance in real applications and synthetic benchmarks than the computer with greater frequency. The results performance of modern computer systems affect not only communication architecture processor with other components, but also the internal architecture of processors and the amount of internal cache, which is just responsible for speeding up the work with the computer's memory and tries to provide those same 60% difference in frequency and the theoretical result – in performance, but as we see in practice it turns out is not very successfully.