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  • After a quarterly review meeting, our sales tame came to me and asked why the CPU speed on this report is different for the exact same computers.

    For example:
    CPU Type: Intel Pentium M Processor 1000 MHz Model 9 Stepping 5
    CPU speed: 597

    CPU Type: Intel Pentium M Processor 1000 MHz Model 9 Stepping 5
    CPU speed: 996

    Now the two hypotheses I had right away are:

    1. Automatic Throttling for the mobile processor
    2. One of the machines was set to a slower speed in the bios

    Has anyone seen this?

    My sales guys want the "official" reason for the difference. I have not looked at these tablets personally so I do not know if the hypothesis 2 is correct.

    Thanks,

    Rod Bibeau
    Network Administrator
    CW Technology Group
    Duluth, Minnesota


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  • I found the reasoning behind this.

    Intel Speed Step was enabled in the bios and causing Kaseya to read actual the Processor speed at the time of audit.

    The followup to this would be: Can we change the way Kaseya reads pocessor speeds to show the max speed rather than the actual speed at the time of audit?

    Rod




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  • Like the way Kaseya reads it right now. If you look closely you can see both the proccessor's max speed and current speed.

    For an official answer go to Intel's website, easy to find.


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