Originally posted by Trifid
I don't have onboard graphics so i had to leave that in. I have stripped it down to what i can e.g. take out the other stick of ram that was in dual channel.
I did notice the u guru clock had 2244mhz on it when i have a amd 3000 socket 939.
wait, wait, wait...
you "don't have onboard graphics'??
on a AV8 motherboard?!
i think you'd better re-check the back of your case.
right under where you connect your mouse/keyboard, there should be a VGA connector that looks just like the one on your graphics card...
plug yer monitor into that...
that's your onboard graphics!
oh and about the mHz reading....it changes on my laptop, but if you go into your ..(assuming you're running XP)
click Performance & Maintenance
click Power Options
under Power Schemes...change it to "Always On" or "HOme/Office Desk"
then recheck your system info to see if it reads it as AMD 3000, it should now.
if you still have trouble viewing the correct numbers, try downloading this app...
hope that helps.CPUid