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Bug reports : Llano CPU-Z Submissions


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Ticket ID: 1393


Priority: Low


So, any non-black edition Llano proc doesn\'t have an adjustable multiplier. You can only adjust the frequency. However, if a motherboard software allows you to adjust that multi, without it happening in reality, CPU-Z will report the total speed as the new multi x frequency.\r\n\r\nPeople are being sneaky by not putting this multi too high and still submitting results. Take http://hwbot.org/submission/2199852_kairi_zeroblade_cpu_frequency_a6_3650_4635_mhz on an A6-3650 (multi 26x). He has it at 115 MHz, but 40x multi, even though the system is running at 26x115 in reality.\r\n\r\nI\'m looking at my CPUZ with 47x140 to give 6.6G (http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2012814). I know I can\'t submit this, but having these other people submitting scores like that is infuriating.\r\n\r\nI suggest: have a flag on each proc which tells the system if it allows multiplier overclock. If it does, allow people to enter the overall speed, as it is now. If it doesn\'t, then only let people put in the 100 MHz freqency, and the system does the multiplication.\r\n\r\n(BTW, I have reported this guys result, but I can\'t be bothered going through every Llano submission looking for idiots like this.)

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