On 27/03/06 Dhénin Jean-Jacques said:

> pkg_add cpuid
> 
> and
> 
> :; cpuid
> 
>  eax in    eax      ebx      ecx      edx
> 00000000 00000002 756e6547 6c65746e 49656e69
> 00000001 00000f27 0001080a 00000400 bfebfbff
> 00000002 665b5101 00000000 00000000 003b7040
> 80000000 80000004 00000000 00000000 00000000
> 80000001 00000000 00000000 00000000 00000000
> 80000002 20202020 20202020 20202020 20202020
> 80000003 65746e49 2952286c 6c654320 6e6f7265
> 80000004 20295228 20555043 30322e32 007a4847
> 
> Vendor ID: "GenuineIntel"; CPUID level 2
> 
> Intel-specific functions:
> Version 00000f27:
> Type 0 - Original OEM
> Family 15 - Pentium 4
> Extended family 0
> Model 2 - Intel Pentium 4 processor (generic) or newer
> Stepping 7
> Reserved 0

Cool. I don't see clock speed here. 

I guess this works though. 

[EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ sysctl -a | grep clockrate
kern.clockrate: { hz = 100, tick = 10000, profhz = 1024, stathz = 128 }
hw.clockrate: 997

As it's ~1GHz, I guess that 997 is in MHz?

Mike

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