Is this normal? Tags: CPUs BIOS Intel Last response: February 28, 2010 10:11 PM in CPUs Share ConfusedBanana February 28, 2010 9:52:10 PM I know Intel has the speedstep feature but this what i have at the moment: The CPU will run 1.6 do to speedstep but in system info it shows as this Also i know my BIOS is at F3 but I am worried to update my bios and something would happen. CPU is E6300 Wolfdale and not a Conroe and it suppose to run at 2.8 stock More about : normal lothdk a b à CPUs February 28, 2010 10:04:27 PM Windows system info displays info based on what CPU you have and your current FSB, it does not take into account what multiplier you are currently running, CPU-Z is right. geofelt a c 210 à CPUs a b å Intel February 28, 2010 10:11:27 PM If you run cpu-z when the cpu is fully loaded, you should see the the multiplier increase giving you the full 2.8 Do not update your bios unless a later one will fix a problem that you have. A failed bios update can render your motherboard permanently useless. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum~40 degree idle temps in i5 3570k normal ? ForumIs this normal ? ForumIs my gpu usage normal ForumAll the icons on my laptop are in notepad how can i get it back to normal ForumMsi 7950 temps....this can't be normal ForumI want to know that is my cpu temp normal or not?? ForumShould I put my PSU on Hybrid or Normal ? Forum5400RPM HDD writing at 5 - 6 mbps, is this normal ? ForumTemps Normal ? ForumTemp levels is this normal ? ForumIcant start my laptop in normal mode only on safe mode when i try to start in no ForumDo you think my hard drive looks normal ForumNormal graphics card idle fan speed ForumLaptop Temperature Normal ? ForumAre these results normal for this drive? ForumCPU Heatsink Fan Burning Smell - Temps Normal ForumI5 temps - are these normal ? ForumWhere can I find a good mechanical keyboard? ForumS this 3d mark 06 score normal for my system? ForumCore i5 63-68... is this normal? More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !