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FN_lewrbm69

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#11 12 years ago

in tell clocks cooler than AMD from my experance. (heat is bad)




deathwarder

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#12 12 years ago

intels overheat a lot, and mine used to get very hot until I got a new cooler




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#13 12 years ago

In computer specs you mean in control panel? A lot of the time it's off, who knows why.




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#14 12 years ago

what is off?, 478 prescotts do do it aswell




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#15 12 years ago

Off meaning it's not particularly accurate. Happens when I overclock sometimes, and even more persistant on my Intel rig. A program called CPUz is more accurate, as well gives more specific information.




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#16 12 years ago

AMD socket A = 462 old intell = 478

Bs|ArchaonAnd his is a socket 478 like mine. :p Maybe socket 478 Prescotts do it as well?



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#17 12 years ago
Jihad_StyleOff meaning it's not particularly accurate. Happens when I overclock sometimes, and even more persistant on my Intel rig. A program called CPUz is more accurate, as well gives more specific information.

like how my machine reports 3.1ghz when it is at 3?




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#18 12 years ago

Exactly, sometimes mine is .4 or .5 off!




Bs|Archaon

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#19 12 years ago
Mr.NitroAMD socket A = 462 old intell = 478

Yes and I was talking about Ultimate Omen's CPU (which is a socket 478 P4), not the original poster's. Congrats on knowing a few numbers, though...




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#20 12 years ago
Ultimate-Omeni might be wrong on this but, doesnt the processor have the ability to lower and raise it's clock based on the load given to it? i've certainly noticed my p4's clock jump to as low as 2.8 when it's idle. then as soon as i start a program, it overclocks itself to 3.16. odd but convenient.

My AMD does that as well. It idels at 1.1ghz then jumps up to 2.2ghz when I run a program or start gaming that needs a lot of power.