So E6500 suppose to be 1.6Ghz and become 2.93Ghz when it has heave work load. I bought a new E6500, and the EIST would always be 1.6Ghz no matter how I make the cpu full load. I have updated the Bios and turn off the EIST function. What could be the problem? I show it to the local Intel customer support, they tested it then nothing wrong about it, can run with 2.93 no matter in Bios or Windows. The customer support says it could be the ram problem. I cannot come up with any possible reason how can ram affect cpu speed. Any idea?
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1/2/11 at 10:49pm