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Old 02-01-2008, 09:08 PM   #11
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Default Re: ~Project OC: Phoenix ready to go 3GHz~

Originally Posted by freestyler105 View Post
That's the throttling...when the computer isn't under load, it's going to reduce the multiplier so it doesn't have to work so hard. Therefore saving energy, heat, and lessening the amount of stress on the processor.
Originally Posted by cryman View Post
u posted at the same time so i guess you missed what freestyler missed .

when your not doing much .eg the internet , it doesnt need to run at 3ghz .
so it lowers the multiplyer to 6 and lowers the cpu speed by 1 ghz .

when you open a game or video encoding it will go back up to 9 and you will be running 3ghz again

Interesting, didn't know that.

Thanks guys.

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