The quick answer is no.
The longer answer is there's so little difference between the performance of the two CPUs that you will not spot any difference with any normal workloads.
In my job I sell servers for CCTV recording.
Our kit normally uses a pair of quad core Xeon chips clocked at 2.23ghz. Lately this chip has been in short supply, so our vendor started to fit chips at 2.4ghz.
That's a big jump, so we thought a quick bench test was in order.
We loaded the old model, and the new model, with 64 CCTV streams at 25fps each, which is a very heavy load, as they're all encoded at H264.
When both systems were running at full tilt there was only around 2% difference in CPU utilisation.
So really, unless you want the highest clock speed for one-upmanship there's no real point...