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Windows 7: CPUZ processor readings

05 Dec 2009   #11

Windows 7 (64 bit)

Yeah turbo mode is def enabled in BIOS. I was convinced 3.2GHz was only on 2 cores (4 bins of core 133MHz clock) and could only do 2 bins on 4 cores. Anyway alls well and idles around 30 degrees celcius on stock cooling.

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