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Why are my OC speeds different?

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Which one is right?
Edited by XCII - 3/29/11 at 8:57am
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Get CPU-Z and then see.
    
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Do not look at any Windows ****, who knows where they get those info from hahaha
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Do not look at any Windows ****, who knows where they get those info from hahaha
Yea I agree dont believe Windows OCCT is probably correct, use CPUZ though.
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Ur turbo boost is kicking in. see, 3470 + 165 = 3635 give or take
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