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 How many hertz are in 1 megahertz?

Answer The hertz is a measurement of frequency that can be understood as meaning "occurring once per second." For a megahertz, the mega refers to "million," so it should be understood to mean "occurring 1... Read More »
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How many hertz is a megahertz?

One million hertz (Hz), or cycles per second, make up one megahertz (MHz). Megahertz is the term used to measure the "clock speed" of an electronic device's processor. Many of today's computer spee... Read More »
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Can you use 220 volts 60 hertz South Korean home appliances vacuum cleaner iron fans etc in Europe or in Bangladesh at 220 volts 50 hertz?

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What is megahertz used to measure the speed of in a computer?

The term "Megahertz" can refer to the speed of the CPU and/or the speed of the memory, also known as the RAM. With the increased speeds in processors, however, it is more common now to find proces... Read More »
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How to Overclock a 667 Megahertz Intel Pentium III?

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