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How can a computer attach to a network that sends and receives bits faster than the computer’s CPU can handle?
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How can a computer attach to a network that sends and receives bits faster than the computer’s CPU can handle them?
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anonymous
Things don't go this way my friend..



you never receive a single data packet frame from a network without confirming that you received this packet first, before the remote Host sends more data to you, that's one of the networking principles



the processor speed is never considered, the problem nowadays that makes a CPU speed taken into consideration is the TYPE of applications you intend to use, flash players, java scripts...etc



so whatever your processor speed was, even if it was an 80386, you can still connect to a network and receive data as much as your CPU can handle

so neglect the word (faster) !
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anonymous
everything in a computer is faster than the fastest network connection.
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anonymous
If the processor cant handle these speeds, it must be fricken ancient! Processor speeds 20 years ago surpassed this speed
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