Just out of curiosity, if you don’t already know the clock frequency nor how to find it, what can you possibly do with the information? It clearly has no useful value to you. That is, it’s only meaningful with an understanding of the architecture and of how the machine instruction set is processed. Then, an understanding of how any VM processing might be implemented on top of that would be needed in order to work out any real-world elements that might be meaningful.
If you knew that kind of stuff, then you’d probably already know both the processor speed/clock frequency and how to find it.
My question is purely out of curiosity, so perhaps that’s the same reason you asked…?
hiya…yeah i knew it was somewhere around 1.65 to 1.90 Ghz as thats how much 550 can support but yes just of curiosity ! thanks all
About 2/3 of the way down the page is a chart of processors, models and clock speeds.
Let’s try that again: