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kam03 08-10-07 08:13 PM

wrong OC readings?
 
I just oc'ed my cpu and cpuz displays the correct speed but my computer properties panel shows as 3.69ghz?

http://img468.imageshack.us/img468/2268/untitledtt6.jpg

How can i fix this?


Thanks

mullet 08-11-07 01:07 AM

Re: wrong OC readings?
 
This is a windows issue, if you change the multiplier in BIOS windows will not be able to read correct. Windows will only recognize the 10 multi or stock CPU multi sooooooo 10x410=4100 or 4094 in your case.

jcrox 08-11-07 01:52 AM

Re: wrong OC readings?
 
I get all kinds of crazy reading when I OC, cpu-z will read correctly that 400FSB 8x = 3.2 core temp will read it as 450FSB 8x = 3.6 It's pretty cool for screen shots though... 3.6GHz running at 28C on air :) lol


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