This shows my PC running at 8 GHz, when doing a multi-threaded database load which uses all 4 cores at close to 100%
This is CoreTemp 1.0 64-bit version running on Windows 7/64 SP1. ASUS P7-P55D-E motherboard.
Pretty good eh? Except that it isn't.
The CPU is really running at 4 GHz. The base clock is indeed 190.47 MHz as shown, but the multiplier is 21 not 42. CPU-ID gets it right, BTW.
CoreTemp only gets the multiplier wrong some of the time. Any idea how to stop it doing this altogether? Is there going to be a new version soon?
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