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    Default Is it common for all the cpu clocks' to be different from one another?

    core #0 could be at 3603 mhz while core #1 could be at 1601 mhz at the same time? Is this condsider to be dangers or is this fine. My cpu is an intel 3570k not overclock by the way.

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    Yeah, can happen on some CPUs...

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