CPU Speed Is Measured in?

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The speed of a CPU or Central Processing Unit is measured in hertz (Hz). Hertz basically measures the number of operations that can be done per second. However, these days CPUs are measured in mega-hertz (MHz) as they have become too fast to measure in hertz.
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CPU (central processing unit) is measured in megahertz (MHz) or gigahertz (GHz). It can be measured by use of the clock speed to gauge performance or by using other elements such as multi core technology or front side bus and cache.
CPU speed is measured by Bit Width.More bits usually means more processing capability and more speed.
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