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Knowing Processor Speed from NT4(easy)

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How do I know the processor speed (Intel) NT4 machine.
I think it can be known from Control Panel|System|General(tab) where the processor details say:
    x86 Family 6 Model 3 Stepping 4.
Does anyone how to interpret this?
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A program called CPUID from Intel could do the trick. Restarting the computer should do the trick too, since the info would be displayed upon reboot. Or open up the case and the info should be on the CPU.
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Try Administrative Tools / NT Diagnostics / System, it includes the CPU speed.. (Even for multiple processors if you have that)
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