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Windows 7: intel i7 4930k at 1.2ghz?

23 Dec 2013   #11

Windows 10 Pro (x64)

My i7 3930K (one generation out) goes down to 1.2GHz as well. Perfectly normal. Best to keep Speedstep on.

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 intel i7 4930k at 1.2ghz?

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