Whether AMD or Intel, the most diverse processors have a clock of 2.80 GHz. This is comparatively quite high, but does not necessarily mean a current model, since the clock rate has been used for some time. Even the Pentium 4 521 offered a corresponding CPU clock and was used in numerous desktop PCs.
If you are looking for a new or used processor for your computer, do not look at the 2.80 GHz clock rate alone. If, however, you are sure that the searched model has this clock, you can filter the results in our shop directly afterwards. However, make sure you also have the required CPU socket on the motherboard.
If you want to evaluate the performance of the processor, there are other factors besides the 2.80 GHz clock. This includes, on the one hand, the caches, but also the architecture and, of course, the number of cores. In addition, we also offer complete systems, such as used notebooks, which are equipped with corresponding CPUs.