|I've been over clocking an Intel Pentium D 930. Without any over clocking it supposed to be at 3.0GHz right? But for some odd reason the screen and the BIOS of my Gigabyte G31 said that it’s at 2.40GHz. So, I checked on the windows properties where the rating is at and it says that it is an Intel Pentium D CPU 3.0GHz. But then I checked on CPU-Z and it says the core speed is 2400.0MHz = 2.40GHz, which is what the BIOS say. Confusing right? But to confuse me even further the programs ORTHOS and EVEREST, which are the programs I use when I am OC testing, both say the CPU is running at 2999.9MHz. Even this website (computing.net) and its software tell me what I think might be correct. |
I overclocked it and it’s running great and stable at 3.78GHz, but CPU-Z and the BIOs seem to think it’s only at 3.03GHz!
I want to know why this is happening and which is right! What is telling me the truth my BIOS and the CPU-Z or everything else (computing.net, Windows System, ORTHOS, EVEREST Ultimate Edition etc.)?
Come on Fingers I know you could help me with this..