Originally Posted by mtosev
Looks like i've found a bug:
You're right, you have found a bug but the bug is with CPU-Z. At idle CPU-Z may not report the correct multiplier. I guess it does this so users can do a validation at a high MHz.
If you have C1E enabled, try turning that off and see what the two programs report. With your core voltage down at 0.968, it looks like you have some power saving going on regardless of what you might have selected in the bios.
RealTemp follows the method recommended by Intel in their November 2008 Turbo White Paper. CPU-Z does not. Core Temp also follows the correct method to determine the multiplier so you might want to try comparing to that.
Super Sarge: Thanks for the bug report but can you tell me a few more details like what operating system you are using, what CPU, etc. and what happens when you try to run the program. Does it start up and then crash or does it not start up at all? I can't fix a problem if I don't have any idea what the problem is.