Quote: Originally Posted by pbcopter
CPUID (CPU-Z) provides the processors true speed. Are you have problems with it?
PBCOPTER - Mystery Solved. Alienware had me change all the CPU turbo Ratios (for all 6 cores) from 28 to 30. The Aurora was originally shipped to me by Alienware overclocked to 3.73 Ghz. The Bclk is set to 133.7 Mhz. If you Multiply the 133.7 Mhz by the Turbo Ratio of 28 you get 3743.6 Mhz (or 3.73 Ghz) but if you multiply the Bclk of 133.7 Mhz times the Turbo Ratios that Alienware had me change to 30 then you get 133.7 x 30 or 4011 Mhz (or 4.011 Ghz).
So CPUZ is correct in determining the Processors True Speed - Thanx PBCOPTER
Double Click the Image to enlarge the CPUZ data. Just for the record Alienware also had me change the CPU CORE OFFSET to +100 Mv and the TDP limit to 230. Also Checked all the core temps and the GPU temps - everything below 50 degrees C.