oshihari Posted May 21, 2018 Share Posted May 21, 2018 Hello, I try to display the CPU Clock of a Processor with Turbo Boost enabled. (LGA 2011-v3) If I display the CPU Clock within the TaskManager (Windows 10) it shows me every second a new value inert the Clock variant. It may differ extreme with two decimal values. E.G. 2.73 GHz- 3.45 GHz and so on. Of course, this is a calculated value. If I show the same CPU Clock value within Aida64 it will only show 2 Values with only a little differentiation. 1200.1 GHz what is indeed the lowest level and 4500.1 what is the highest value. In some Cases it will show 4499.8 or 4499.9 instead of 4500.1. If I look with an MSI Tool over the CPU real Frequency it will, of course, differ in many circumstances over all cores in a great variant. All cores runs with different clock scores. So, what is the difference between the calculation of the real clock to the displayed value in Aida64? â€‹How did you calculate the value? The calculation of the TaskManager seems to be smoother and smarter then the aida calculation. PS: The same behaviour on the CPU Multiplier, this value shows also only two values, min and max. an never a value between. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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