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Not optimal clock speed

Sir i hav a asus p5gz-mx board powered by Intel 945GZ chipset..
the processor i use is intel core2duo 2.13Ghz..
the prob is i get only 1.6Ghz as the clock total speed.
Pls help me solve the prob.

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Problem most likely is in bios. Hit the Del key when rebooting to enter bios setup. Check the settings there for the cpu. Asus has an automatic setting for overclocking for this board. Make sure it is set to auto. Save then reboot. Hope this helps.

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