WOF: Do you know what your CPU's clocked at?


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My main desktop runs a C2D E8400 at 3.0 GHZ, I did have it O.C. to 3.6 for a while, but it started running pretty hot.
My laptop is a 6yr old Acer with a CeleronM running at 1.5 GHZ, and my other desktop that I don't use ever is a C2D E4200 - but I don't remember the clock, want to say 2ish GHZ.


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....[ ]....and my other desktop that I don't use ever is a C2D E4200 - but I don't remember the clock, want to say 2ish GHZ.
I didn't think they made an "E4200", (obviously a typo). The "Allendales" started at "E4300". and Intel concurs...http://ark.intel.com/products/series/27968 (The E4300 clocks stock @ 1.8Ghz)

If anybody's in the mood for trivia, the E2xxx series of Pentium Dual Core CPU were referred to by many people as "Allendale" cores. Truth is they were "Conroe" cores, same as the original C2D: http://ark.intel.com/products/codename/2680/Conroe


965BE 3.4GHz overclocked and stable at 4.31ghz 1.5voltz....now my laptop I have no idea whats in it...


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Core 2 Duo E7200, 2533 Mhz, FSB 1066... If I'm not mistaken, core's multiplier number is x11 when running under load and x9 when idles. That leads to the not very solid conclusion that the core's speed is 230 Mhz... Ok, I'm lying... =P
Other details I remember are 3MB L3 memory... and that's it!

Now that I researched it all... I was indeed lying! Core's multiplier is 9.5... and those are 3MB of L2 memory!


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Amd quadcore 3.2 ghz, I built my rig so its hard for me to forget my clock speed. Most people I talk to have no clue what there cpu speed is. I don't see myself forgetting this computers clock speed in the next 10 years.


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I'm sure that will change as other things become more important to you. I was the same way for a long time but now all I care about is my family and for my computers to be stable and fast enough to do what I want. I used to make sure my computer was faster than all of my friends' computers, but I don't care about that any more.


Intel core 2 duo at 2.6 GHz, and Intel core 2 duo at 2.8 GHz (2009 Macbook Pro)


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i3 2100 @ stock 3.1 GHz
Pentium D 920 @ stock 2.8 GHz (OC to 3.1 sometimes)
Some Core 2 laptop CPU: @ 1.67 GHz
Pentium 4 @ 3.1 Ghz
Another P4 @ 1.6 Ghz
Core 2 Desktop @ 1.7 Ghz
PIII @ 800 MHz (I think)
Android Tablet @ 800 Mhz


mobile core 2 duo penryn 2.8ghz @ 3.25 i believe. yes i overclock my 14" laptop.