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    CPU Frequency needed to run CVDATA

    I don't have CVDATA right now but I am buying a new laptop and I want to be able to run CVDATA on it. From what I have read on this forum, I should get a quad core processor to increase speed of sims. What would be a good GHz for my new laptop to have?

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    The faster the chip, the quicker the sims. But, newer chips are faster at the same GHz as they are able to execute more instructions per cycle.
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