Processor reach maximum speed

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OK, so I have a AMD E1-6015 with Radeon R2 Graphics @1.40GHz. It would always either be at max 1.39GHz and at lowest 0.80GHz, anything between those speeds. I want it two reach at maximum speed, I watched so much "what do to" or "solved max speed" and it didn't work, so I went into device manager and this is the weird part. There are four options when I try to update the processor, these options are AMD Processor (default), AMD K8, Intel Processor and Processor. So i thought installing a different one would probably change it. It did and here were the results:
AMD Processor: Min 0.80GHz Max1.39GHz (between those speeds)
AMD K8: Max 1.40GHz (never goes down)
Intel Processor: Max 1.39GHz (never goes down or up)
Processor: Min: 0.80GHz Max: 1.40Ghz (between those speeds, mostly reaches max speed but never goes that low, usually at minimum is 0.99Ghz as I've seen)
So with all these I have kept it at processor at now because it is working so I want to know how is it possible.


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AMD E1-6015 with Radeon R2 Graphics @1.40Ghz
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  • ToddN2000
    Personally, I have never had to overclock anything. This is a gray area for a lot of people in these forums. Check YouTube, they have a bunch of videos on the process. If you still have issues, come back with some details and any error codes you may be getting.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    The core speed drops when the CPU is not under load to keep the CPU cooler. CPUs do have a turbo mode that is limited by temperature. However it is known that, Intel CPUs haven't had an FSB in a long time.
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  • ToddN2000
    All CPU's are slightly different in the way the handle data throughput and they may act different from motherboard to motherboard. Just be careful when overclocking, I have heard it can cause real issues it used excessively. In that case be safe and invest in new hardware that meets your needs.
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