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I'd noticed that core temp reported my 4570S permanently @ 3.6ghz turbo and wondered if that was normal.

I did a bit of research and just wanted to ensure I understood correctly.

Basically my processor will turbo one or two cores all the time to 3.4-3.6ghz while keeping below the 65w TDP and only down clocks to the headline 2.9ghz figure when all cores are in use 100% to keep within the 65W envelope.

I'd my understanding correct?
 

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Download CPU-Z, there you can see realtime speeds. Core temp is not a tool for checking speeds.

If you set bios settings correctly you can achieve 3.6ghz turbo clock all the time on all cores, although I prefer manual overclocking.
 

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In coretemp, you need to configure the settings.

1. Open up coretemp
2. Options (on the top of the window tab) then settings
3. Click on advanced tab
4. Check enable global shared memory (SNMP) and On the fly FSB detection (Resource Heavy)

Thats how you get real time clocks in coretemp (not really exact, but close to real time).
 
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