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Unless the core gets hot. When it gets hot, it reduces speed to keep the CPU from being fried.
EDIT: sorry I didn't take the time to look up your CPUs specks and realize what the confusing was about. I have 2.00 GHz Intel CPU, but it usually shows 1.20GHz, similar to how yours show 1.00.
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