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USES only 2ghz instead of 3

I have a intel 3ghz ht processor but it uses only 2ghz how can i solve this problem
there is no option in the bios about ht
and i am using asus p4s533-tvm board

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Have you just installed this processor as an upgrade?? Check the jumper settings on the motherboard and the multiplyer in the bios.You need 133Mhz clock speed. With the multiplier of 23 which is set in the bios automatically by the CPU id 23x133 = 3.06Ghz. I suspect that the jumper settings are for 100Mhz so 100x23 = 2.3Ghz. Let me know how you get on or if you have any more questions as i have the same motherboard and im gonna buy one of these processors @ Lecousi@yahoo.co.uk

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Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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joecoolvette

[Having HT with a processor that has TWO processor cores; is like having an alcohol burning dragster processor.

You don't use it to go to the supermarket ]

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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/535

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Inside-the-Intel-Sandy-Bridge-Microarchitecture/1161

http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/All-Core-i3-Models/951

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