More GHz is not more speed. There are too many articles why this is so. A fine example I use is to take the fastest CPU we can find then put a slow HDD on it.
This example is just one where we write "It's the package or the entire machine that matters."
Finally we have your questions. Good ones but if the maker and seller of these machines won't answer your questions then why are you considering a purchase from them?
Hello everyone. I plan to purchase a laptop in the near future that i plan to use for gaming and designing stuff in autocad (2d and 3d). The laptop that i plan to get is the Asus VX7.
The hardware that i need advice on are the CPU and the RAM. From my understanding, correct me if i'm wrong, the more GHz a CPU has the faster/better it performs. Though i'm not entirely sure how much better. The other thing i dont completely understand is the CPU cache. Here are the choices i have for this laptop (the + at the end is additional cost):
2nd Generation Intel