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How fast does sytem properties report CPU Speed?


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If I right-click mycomputer and select properties (you can also go to Control Panels > System), how fast does it say your computer is running? Mine says it is a T7200 @ 2.0 GHz but the speed it is running at (shown below what CPU you have) is always reports as 997 MHz.

Anybody else get the same results?

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That's just the speed step on the processor. If the processor was under a load it would show higher. You can also go to power options and switch to "Always On" and it will lock it at the full speed.
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It never changes, even under load, it does change if I change power settings.
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this is under windows i assume ? reporting it wrong likely

if you under windows, get CPUZ to check the speeds.

also, close the properties, use something to %100 and then recheck.
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