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faq:xpc_cube:sk21g [2017/02/07 14:33]
CS [I'm missing a post screen on my newly assembled SK21G. What can be done?]
faq:xpc_cube:sk21g [2017/02/07 14:37]
CS [How come my AMD Turion64 CPU always run at lowest speed?]
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-===== How come my AMD Turion64 ​CPU always ​run at lowest speed? ===== +===== How come my AMD Turion 64 CPU always ​runs at lowest speed? ===== 
-For AMD Turion64 ​to run normally, please download ​install AMD Turion64 ​CPU driver ​from [[http://​www.amd.com/​us-en/​Processors/​TechnicalResources/​0,,​30_182_871_13349,​00.html|AMD website]] first.+For the AMD Turion 64 CPU to run normally, please download ​and install ​the AMD Turion 64 CPU drivers ​from [[http://​www.amd.com/​us-en/​Processors/​TechnicalResources/​0,,​30_182_871_13349,​00.html|AMD website]] first.
 Windows XP differentiates between a processor'​s current speed and its maximum speed. In computers that use processor-throttling technology (such as the Intel SpeedStep or AMD PowerNow! technology),​ the processor'​s current speed may be different from its maximum speed. The processor'​s speed may be reduced to conserve battery life. If Windows XP queries the processor to determine its maximum speed while the processor is in a throttled (or reduced-speed) state, Windows XP reports a processor speed that is lower than the processor'​s actual maximum speed. http://​support.microsoft.com/​kb/​316965 ​ Windows XP differentiates between a processor'​s current speed and its maximum speed. In computers that use processor-throttling technology (such as the Intel SpeedStep or AMD PowerNow! technology),​ the processor'​s current speed may be different from its maximum speed. The processor'​s speed may be reduced to conserve battery life. If Windows XP queries the processor to determine its maximum speed while the processor is in a throttled (or reduced-speed) state, Windows XP reports a processor speed that is lower than the processor'​s actual maximum speed. http://​support.microsoft.com/​kb/​316965 ​
  
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