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How can i check processor front end bus speed on my windows 2003 servers. Do i need any tool to find this?

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You can try to use the System Information option to display some of the processor speed by going to Start --> Programs --> Accessories --> System Tools -->  System Information.  This info is not accurate and insufficient.   My suggestion would be either go into the BIOS and check for that or contact the manufacturer vendor for the specs.  All server suppliers have website to provide such detail info.
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Another option is to use CPU-Z. It's a small freeware program that will tell you the basic cpu/ram settings.

CPU-Z
http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php
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Thank you much.    : )
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