|01 Feb 2014||#3|
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Your cpu does not run at full speed all the time, only when needed. It's called CPU frequency scaling, it enables the operating system to scale the CPU frequency up or down in order to save power. CPU frequencies can be scaled automatically depending on the system load, in response to ACPI events, or manually by user programs.
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