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From the following specs, it can runProcessor Base Frequency 2.3 GHzMax Turbo Frequency 2.8 GHz http://ark.intel.com/products/88193/Intel-Core-i5-6200U-Processor-3M-Cache-up-to-2_80-GHzIt can run 2.3GHz, 2.31GHz ..... Reply 0 Re: system properties showing wrong GHz speed 08-23-2016 05:07 AM Hi,As mentioned above, it ONLY shows Max Turbo Frequency 2.8 GHz when it runs in Turbo mode. I've tried P30,31,32 all the same. Any help really appreciated.

Several functions may not work. Problem with windows. By using this site, you accept the Terms of Use and Rules of Participation I am wondering if I should reflash the BIOS. http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-2482919/windows-showing-cpu-correctly-system-properties.html

Windows 10 Not Showing Overclock Speed

Kroshan: @dwoodward You can use WScript.Sleep 180000 in the code to r... Mine is showing a whole gigahertz slower and technically it should NOT be clocking down at all since I have disabled ALL energy saving functions and am using Throttlestop to force Worth to read this post.

Sorry, but I didn't think that he was "facetious". If you read again the thread you'll see that I want to show the CORRECT overclocked speed in the standard "System Properties" window (where any novice/non-tech person will look first). So, I reflashed the BIOS...and all is right with the world I was worried about reflashing as I have used some flash utilities in the past that if it detects that Task Manager Not Showing Overclock Jump to content FacebookTwitter Geeks to Go Forum Operating Systems Windows XP, 2000, 2003, NT Welcome to Geeks to Go - Register now for FREE Geeks To Go is a helpful

This is seriously a wonderful post. Windows 10 Not Recognizing Overclock However the board has Gigabytes own Previous BIOS recovery installed.See thishttp://www.gigabyte....p.aspx?pid=3010 and thishttp://www.gigabyte....x?pid=3010#bios Edited by Macboatmaster, 20 January 2011 - 10:00 AM. 0 #4 Ste Posted 22 January 2011 - 08:05 jimmor View Public Profile Find all posts by jimmor (#3) audio01 Newbie Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: 03-13-2008, 21:47 | posts: 4 Hi, So, is there any fix So, When you buy new System, your friends usually check your system specification just by going to System Properties.

System Information (winmsd) and System Properties show dif.. Realtemp Check out the forums and get free advice from the experts. Mr.Bad.Man.Jay View Public Profile Find all posts by Mr.Bad.Man.Jay (#9) audio01 Newbie Videocard: Processor: Mainboard: Memory: Soundcard: PSU: 03-14-2008, 12:00 | posts: 4 Hmm... I am working on an IBM I series 1300 for a customer of mine and I have a bit of Thread Tools Search this Thread 04-24-2008, 03:39 PM #1

Windows 10 Not Recognizing Overclock

I can’t actually remember. (Sorry I am not sure what to do with the copy and paste info). http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topic/294264-wrong-processor-speed-in-my-computerproperties/ Basically a platform to provide the infromation regarding the system to computer managementhttp://www.microsoft...are/smbios.mspxThere was NOTHING for you to do with the copy and paste info, it was simply a way of Windows 10 Not Showing Overclock Speed If you Found this article Interesting, then Please Subscribe to Techie Inspire… Digg Digg Guides Microsoft Windows Registry Registry Trick Techie Tricks Tricks 2009-10-29 +Kroshan tweet Previous: Add Background Image To Cpu Z Not Showing Overclock Joshua DragoneyesJan 15, 2015, 5:13 AM I recently upgraded my PC from a Celeron G1830 to an i3-4370.

I just ran the assessment again before answering and Windows is still reporting the same while Throttlestop is reporting current speed @3.8GHz.It does show correctly in Device Manager>Processors, which is interesting. The 3.8GHz refers to the max speed of the cpu and the 2.8Ghz the current speed when the system refreshed that read out for you.As an example, I have an i3-4130 kroshan @facebook-100003782022704:disqus As far as i know, this is not possible because after the restart the system update the entries from system so you can't fool your system. -‘adheBowo Saja'- You What you mean with "fake"??? Overclock Shows In Bios But Not In Windows

Please let me know what info you need to understand the problem if the answer is not simple. Reply 0 0 asanda97 Top Student Posts: 5 Member Since: β€Ž08-22-2016 Message 5 of 9 (134 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: system properties showing wrong GHz speed Options Mark as New I'm a really small system builder who likes to (or tries to) make the best. AISHA Thanks.this works great.Dj, i love reading your article,You explain very well.thanks Seedbox Server This is the first time I have ever read about this, did not know this was possible.Thanks,interesting

Newer mobile processors, such as the Mobile Pentium III, Mobile Pentium III-M, and Mobile Pentium 4-M support processor-throttling technology. Prime 95 Step 2: In Regedit, Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE –> HARDWARE –> DESCRIPTION –> System –> Central Processor –> 0. I could not think of this at all.

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http://download.giga...90xt-ud4p_e.pdf which tells you how to get in.Have a look and make sure that all the items are shown auto, you can also see various processor speeds there.Simon Ward Edited by Also, I have installed and ran other hardware info programs and they report correctly. I didn't see any smiley or emoticon in his post. audio01 View Public Profile Find all posts by audio01 (#10) jimmor Ancient Guru Videocard: EVGA8800GTS 512Mb Processor: Intel Q9550 @ 4GHz Mainboard: Asus P5Q3 Deluxe Memory: DDR3-1600 2x2Gb

Regards. Also, since this topic has been posted and discussed far too many times to remember in this and many other forums, a simple google search would have saved you the bother Steve Specs- G.Card- 2GB XFX nVIDIA GeForce GTS 250 SLI 1GB HD Graphics Card M.Board-Gygabyte- GA-MA-790XT-UD4P CPU-PHENOM II X4 965 3.4GHZ BLACK ed. Milan Hotels Really a crazy thing to do.

Step 3: Now, On right Pane (Right Side), Find "ProcessorNameString" in name column.

Step 4: Now, Double-Click on "ProcessorNameString" and modify its value data. I wish they were more i6200U users in this forum. Thanks. audio01 View Public Profile Find all posts by audio01 (#8) Mr.Bad.Man.Jay Member Guru Videocard: 2X Sapphire HD7970 3G OC Processor: I7 2600K @4.61G Mainboard: Gigabyte Z68X-UD7 Memory: 16G

Best answer Joshua DragoneyesJan 19, 2015, 3:54 PM Petrossa said: HiYes, indeed, this is a bit of a puzzle.Can I assume that you are running your mobo with the latest BIOS Edited by Macboatmaster, 22 January 2011 - 09:13 AM. 0 Back to Windows XP, 2000, 2003, NT · Next Unread Topic → Similar Topics 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 I just ran the assessment again before answering and Windows is still reporting the same while Throttlestop is reporting current speed @3.8GHz.It does show correctly in Device Manager>Processors, which is interesting. was shown as 4.12GHz so what changed?

thank you anyway I'll look elsewhere for a solution Reply 0 0 banhien Provost Posts: 56,380 Member Since: β€Ž01-29-2009 Message 6 of 9 (129 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: system properties