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Preferences Hy, NovaBech says I have a "Intel Core i7 @ 2000 MHz", but as you can see at the picture, I have a 2.6GHz i7... Does anyone knows why NovaBench says "Intel Core i7 @ 2000 MHz"???
Hey everyone! I have used your software for a while to recommend laptops and such to family and friends, and I just became a member of the novabench forums because I have a question/concern. I always use benchmarks from my 3 year old toshiba laptop as a standard when recommending computers to others, and I have run the tests many times, and always it has fully taxed my system. Or in other words, if I open task manager while running CPU Tests, CPU is at 100%, and this is how it should be. Recently, however, I got the oportunity to benchmark a Core i7 All-In-One Desktop while using it, and while I benchmarked it I opened task manager, and the 8 graphs were not at 100%. The overall usage of Novabench was about 25%. Does this mean that the test was not accurate? I tested it multiple times and have never gotten a different result. Results seem to be consistent with comparable i7 processors in the results tab.