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October 16, 2010 9:22:53 AM

Hello!

I have a 5-year old Packard Bell EasyNote E4710 (shown here: http://www.packardbellweb.co.uk/). The CPU is Intel Pentium M 710 1.40GHz (Centrino), 1 core.
According to CPU-Z the core speed is 595.5 MHz, the Multiplier is x 6.0, bus speed 99.2 MHz and the Rated FSB is 397.0 MHz.

What is the rate of my CPU? Why is it called a 1.4GHz CPU?

Sorry for the stupid question, but I will appreciate if someone answered it.

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October 16, 2010 9:48:14 AM

Its a power saving feature to help with the life of systems and more so on the carbon foot print.

Less power the CPU draws, the more you save in electricity basically.
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October 16, 2010 3:27:15 PM

Your CPU does run a 1.4GHz, but like the others said, when your CPU is not doing much, it automatically makes itself slower so that it saves energy
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