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[Question] How can I know the max CPU multiplier while using intel turbo boost?

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  1. huangchi New Member

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    Hi,

    How can I know the max CPU multiplier while using intel turbo boost?
    I had checked this web site "http://www.intel.com/support/tw/processors/sb/cs-029908.htm" .
    But if there is a CPU spec. for each one the max multiplier should be while useing turbo boost?

    Or it is just all the same? One core should be added 4 bin etc. ?

    Anyone can kindly tell me about this? Thanks.

    My test results as below:(I don't know if they are correct or not?!)

    Xeon E5640 2.67GHz
    One core--->Max multiplier 22
    Four cores--->Max multiplier 21
    Disable turbo boost---> Max multiplier 20

    Core i5 670 3.46GHz
    One core--->Max multiplier 28
    Two cores--->Max multiplier 27
    Disable turbo boost---> Max multiplier 26
     
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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Download CPU-Z, it will tell you everything about what your processor is currently running at.
     
  3. huangchi New Member

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    Thanks your replay.

    Yes,I have launched the CPU-Z,Real temp 3.4 and i7 turbo 6.95.
    But I don't know what the max mulitipilier should be while using the turbo boost.
    Thx
     
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    Ok,I got the CPU spec.
    And they are defined in the spec.
    Thx.
     
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    also try uncle webbs real temp ap with the i7 turbo ap, itll show exactly what each core is doing and other info too
     

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