So, this happened because I was looking for ways to increase the performance in Resident Evil 2 Remake. I am currently playing the game on an i5 4590 and a GTX 1060. The GPU is not the problem, but at that game I seems to be CPU limited at some areas. I decided to go into the BIOS and search everything to see if I could get a bit of more performance from the little guy. Turns out that leaving the clock speed fixed at 3.70 GHz+enabling Intel SpeedStep+enabling TurboBoost made Windows report a speed of over 4.00 GHz. The task manager reads it like that, but monitoring programs just read the base clock speed of the CPU (3.70 GHz). So what is going on here? Is it OC'ed? I mean, look at this: https://imgur.com/a/9onqgbw Lol I don't know what's happening, but I doubt Windows would miss the CPU speed and mark it incorrectly. By the way, I am on Windows 10 1803x64.