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Processor Clockspeed Down

My processor's clock speed is 2.53ghz, when i boot up my computer's processor actually runs at a 2ghz clock speed intel ID utility detected it but after 10mins or so my processor's clock speed drops down to just 1ghz of clockspeed so i wanna know if there's anyway that i can fix this, by the way my processor is intel celeron d 2.53ghz, hope you can help me thanks

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  • kristian7238 Apr 18, 2009

    my computer is a desktop, it's just assembled not branded

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If you go into the bios you can disable speed step if this is a laptop otherwise you would have to check the manual for the laptop to see if there is anything else you can do.
Also if you post back with make and model of the computer and whether its a desktop or laptop that would help

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