the running CPU speed is the chip multiplier times the front side bus (FSB). my guess is that your motherboard defaulted to 100Mhz FSB, which x a 10.5 multiplier = 1050, or 1060 (b/c the mobo reading is probably fluctuating a little -- mine fluctuates from 2241 to 2243 right before my eyes in gkrellm).
if you raise the FSB in the bios to where i'm guessing it probably should be (133Mhz), that will be 133 x 10.5 = 1396.5, or rounded off, 1.4GHz.
coincidence? i think not.
reboot and press the delete key as soon as the computer starts the boot sequence to get into the BIOS, then search around for the 100Mhz and change it to 133 (or more if your mobo has that option and you are feeling brave
). (my 1.4GHz XP goes easily to 1.9GHz
) if you can't do it from the BIOS, you might have to change a jumper on the motherboard. just look in the manual or on the manufacturer's website for which one to change. gl