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Dual Core - core speed in CPUZ...


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hihassan

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i have dual core e2180 - 2.0Ghz...

in cpuz its showing under core speed 2000MHZ and 1200MHZ, it keeps changing between two values... and also the core voltage....

what that means?

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This is due to the SpeedStep technology built into many Intel CPUs which throttles down the speed and voltage of the CPU when it is idle to conserve electricity. It is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about.
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This is due to the SpeedStep technology built into many Intel CPUs which throttles down the speed and voltage of the CPU when it is idle to conserve electricity. It is perfectly normal and nothing to worry about.


i got it, Thanks.
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