Hello Everyone - I am going to attempt NOT to sound like to big of a moron by asking this question, so please pardon me if I come across like an idiot. - - - I am an American Veteran living in Germany - So yesterday I ordered the Surface Book 2, 4,2 GHz, 16 GB RAM, 1 Terabyte - (I think its close to the best one Microsoft puts out, not sure). So I drop €3750.00 ($4620.00) on this beast. It came in early this morning and I have been in bliss since. However, the German Amazon website that I purchased it from stated the processor is a Coffee-Lake 4.2GHz, 8th Gen. If you take a look at the pictures I have attached - perhaps you might see where my confusion lies. When I open the SYSTEM Properties, you can see that an Intel i7-8650U, CPU @ 1.90GHz / 2.11GHz is listed. It's been my experience that Microsoft System Properties usually nails this one. I installed CPU-Z (Please see attached photo) and the same confusion is produced here. Additionally, I read on a Surface Book Review that the Processor on the SB2 runs at 20.0W - CPU-Z has it listed at 15.0W - Does the Surface Book ramp up the wattage on a "as needed" basis? From what I was able to gather, the reason the i7 Model has fans, is due to the higher 20.0 Wattage - I am a little lost here and I am trying to make sure I didn't get ripped off somehow. (These Germans can be sneaky as heck sometimes) My questions? Are - 1) Is there a way to absolutely identify what processor I have and that it is 4.2GHz capable (on demand of course) 2) Does anyone have any idea as to why the Windows System Properties either "got it wrong" or "got it right"? If additional information is needed- please feel free to ask me. I will send along pictures, videos / whatever is needed. Again - I just want to make sure I haven't somehow gotten "got". For me, dropping almost 5 Grand isn't something I do everyday. I saved and saved for this one - I have a Surface Pro 4 i7 and absolutely loved it - thus I went with the Surface Book 2. Thanks, and I really do mean - thanks for any help any of you might render on this one.