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    View current CPU speed

    Anyone know of a utility that will tell you what speed your CPU is currently operating at, I'm not sure my notebhook is dropping to 800MHz when on battery and i'd like to check. DXDiag just lists the processor frequency that it can operate at as far as i can tell.

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    You need Core Temp. Double click the tray icon for speed info.

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    The System control panel in Windows should tell you this on the General tab...

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    Have a look at CPU-Z

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    Just found CPU-Z it's pretty handy, couldn't find anywhere in windows it just seems to show the max speed it can run at. CPU-Z lets you view it in real time.

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    If from there official website then it will be a trial version

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