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Old 12-27-2006, 09:26 AM   #1
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I just installed a new video card in my computer and it is running smothly and anyway I went to the system info to see if it was the video memory amount it claimed it was on the box and when i looked at my processor it went from 900Mhz to 940Mhz and then again to 944Mhz is there a problem with this? I dont mind getting a faster proccessor but is this bad?
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Yeah mine jumps around all the time, sometimes it's at 500mhz haha, and back up to 1.8ghz then to like 700mhz. I know it's all bull because my processor speed is 1.8ghz. What is your processor speed supposed to be?
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900mhz it is an older computer I am fixing up
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And is there any way to increase the proccessing speed without the chance of damaging it or maybe putting in a new faster procceessor? is that possible?
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