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Ok so i'll answer myself, that specific version of cpuz brought by Asus website kept showing me fluctuating cpu clock speed while the normal cpuz version didn't, which one do i trust?
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post #62 of 64
It could be just the difference in latency, time interval at which readings are done. They don't run continually but check at predetermined intervals.
post #63 of 64
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How do i do that ? Is there a setting for it ?
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post #64 of 64
I would trust the normal CPUz. The one on Asus's website is probably not up to date.

You can't change the time interval because it's built into the program.
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