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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Pro 3' started by diamond.g, Jun 24, 2014.
Is it wrong for anyone else? It should read 2.6 GHz.
According to the Intel website the maximum speed is 2.9 GHz. So, the question is what is this Maximum speed as listed. Is it supposed to show you the maximum speed that the CPU is capable of or does it simply display the maximum speed that the processor has reached while Task Manager is running.
I suspect the latter, but we won't know for sure unless someone does some more investigating/testing.
I guess that it could also mean that Microsoft has limited the Max Turbo Speed of the processor to keep the heat down. This would be a bit of a bummer if true.
It is showing the speed within the current sample period. If you watch, it is updated at the same time as the other numbers and the graph.
Hmm. I thought it was showing the maximum turbo boost with 2 cores active. Running the Intel benchmark doesn't change the maximum reading. Though the CPU does run faster.
Do you have the Hyper-v role enabled? I thought I saw similar behavior in someone's that had enabled it...
No sir. In this case I am not seeing any actual performance problems. I was just curious if it is just me.
look at your screenshot, it says 2.50GHz. top of the column that reports the cache, core and sockets.
ARK | Intel® Core? i5-4300U Processor (3M Cache, up to 2.90 GHz)
but ark page says 2.90GHz