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CS302 Gdb solution spring 2019
in the above given scenario I would choose performance parameter over the power. The reason of choosing performance is that speed of a processor is more important than power, because CPU is driving force and brain of your computer. It will have great impact. A computer's processor speed strongly affects its overall performance. A faster processor lets the computer perform multiple tasks competently at the same time.
However, the higher the number, the more your electricity bill is ticking up and the more heat is being generated. Processors that perform tasks at a greater speed inherently require more power, but more and more are optimizing their energy performance.
Let's take an examples of two machines: Machine A: 1.3 GHz Pentium 4 with 4 gigs of ram Machine B: 2.2 GHz Core 2 Duo with 2 gigs of ram Machine A may have lots of RAM, but it's going to run a lot slower because of the 1 core 1.3 GHz CPU. Machine B will run significantly faster as it's a dual core CPU with a higher clock speed, and it will better utilize the 2 gigs of ram. Even if both machines had 2 gigs of ram, Machine B would still run significantly faster and more efficient.