|"I was wondering if you had a Sempron 2800+...it appears you do"|
Hi Skip. What are you basing that on, the CPU voltage? I think you may be right. I don't like the looks of the +3.3v & +5v rails though. Then again, the RAM voltage is reported as 0.03v so it makes me wonder how accurate the program is.
Deji, try increasing the CPU frequency to 166MHz & see what happens. If Skip is right, your CPU will run at 2.0GHz.
"I couldn't understand the CPU:DRAM ratio thing"
All it means is that you should run both the CPU & RAM at the same frequency. If the CPU is at 133MHz, the RAM should run at 133MHz...CPU at 166MHz, RAM at 166MHz. It appears the ratio is already set correctly..."RAM Ratio : 1/1"
"I noticed a speed-up of windows, but programs we're still going by the same pauses and loading times, if that means anything..."
It probably means something else is going on that's not related to the CPU...possibly a virus, trojan, spyware/malware, etc.