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post #2031 of 9343
Hey turrican9, I just had an idea: link every member name in your OP to their profiles. I don't mean to link them to their system or anything, just the profile itself.

My reason is that I am slightly colorblind for colors like red and green, blue and purple, etc. I can see colors just fine, but some colors look exactly the same as others. So when I'm looking through the list, I can't tell the difference between Indigo and Navy. Everyone's name from Boyboyd to Behemoth777 looks identical to me. So if I could just click their name, then I could go and click on their system to see which board they have.

If you don't have the time to do this, then I can do it and then send the change to you in a private message.

What do the rest of you think? Silly idea? Good idea? Would it be too busy since every single name would be underlined?
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post #2032 of 9343
So not sure whats going on but I tried overclocking my 2600k and its still showing default speed 3.4ghz when I reboot as well as in the BIOS but its showing 4.3ghz in turbo mode and 4.3 ghz in Cpu-Z. Should I have turbo mode disabled?

Just wondering why it doesn't pick it up everywhere else. Dxdiag also shows its running at 3.4 ghz

I just find it odd that I can only see 4.3ghz in 3rd party software. Shouldn't it show in Windows? If it only shows 3.4ghz in windows, does it even work at 4.3ghz? Sorry about all the newb questions..
Edited by Kinslayer - 7/18/11 at 10:54pm
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post #2033 of 9343
It's not a bad idea

Guys can you help me out?
I don't know which one's the problems culprit, but OCing is quite ridiculous.
like 4.5GHz @ 1.4V if I take it to 4.6 then it hangs on boot.
I'm suspecting that may be the MB cause of them wires.
thought I'm not sure how to test which one CPU or MB failed.
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post #2034 of 9343
Is there anything wrong with this version http://www.microcenter.com/single_pr...uct_id=0364220
I find information on the R3.0 but not the R3.1.
Is there a big diffidence between the two cause around here at mirco center, there's only the R3.1 version
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post #2035 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Kinslayer View Post
So not sure whats going on but I tried overclocking my 2600k and its still showing default speed 3.4ghz when I reboot as well as in the BIOS but its showing 4.3ghz in turbo mode and 4.3 ghz in Cpu-Z. Should I have turbo mode disabled?

Just wondering why it doesn't pick it up everywhere else. Dxdiag also shows its running at 3.4 ghz

I just find it odd that I can only see 4.3ghz in 3rd party software. Shouldn't it show in Windows? If it only shows 3.4ghz in windows, does it even work at 4.3ghz? Sorry about all the newb questions..
Everything you've described actually sounds perfectly normal to me. I mean, you're doing it right!

Keep going!


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Originally Posted by Eaglake View Post
It's not a bad idea

Guys can you help me out?
I don't know which one's the problems culprit, but OCing is quite ridiculous.
like 4.5GHz @ 1.4V if I take it to 4.6 then it hangs on boot.
I'm suspecting that may be the MB cause of them wires.
thought I'm not sure how to test which one CPU or MB failed.
What wires?

Also, what are your settings in Ai Tweaker?
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post #2036 of 9343
Hi Two Cables,

So you're saying its supposed to say 3.4ghz everywhere in Windows? That doesn't sound normal to me. How is windows supposed to know its 4.3ghz when everything says its 3.4ghz but cpuz?
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post #2037 of 9343
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Originally Posted by Kinslayer View Post
So not sure whats going on but I tried overclocking my 2600k and its still showing default speed 3.4ghz when I reboot as well as in the BIOS but its showing 4.3ghz in turbo mode and 4.3 ghz in Cpu-Z. Should I have turbo mode disabled?

Just wondering why it doesn't pick it up everywhere else. Dxdiag also shows its running at 3.4 ghz

I just find it odd that I can only see 4.3ghz in 3rd party software. Shouldn't it show in Windows? If it only shows 3.4ghz in windows, does it even work at 4.3ghz? Sorry about all the newb questions..
post your OC settings and people might be able to check your situation better. if you overclocked by manual vcore then it will stay at 4.3 ghz all the time (i assume that's your oc). if you used offset, whenever you restart/turn on your pc, after loading windows, it stays at turbo speed (4.3) for a while before dropping to 1.6 ghz.

for dxdiag, it will always show the default speed o.o
Edited by Nethermir - 7/18/11 at 11:40pm
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post #2038 of 9343
Windows is just displaying the factory defaults of the CPU, so you can just ignore it and use CPU-Z to see real speed.
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post #2039 of 9343
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Hi Two Cables,

So you're saying its supposed to say 3.4ghz everywhere in Windows? That doesn't sound normal to me. How is windows supposed to know its 4.3ghz when everything says its 3.4ghz but cpuz?
It's just the way it is. I know what you're saying though: my previous CPU was the E8400, and Windows always reflected my overclock. If I made even a small change to the FSB, it would show it.

I think that the reason why it's as different as it is might be due to how we no longer have a FSB, and also because we leave the BCLK at 100. So I think that it's possible that Windows is just multiplying the BCLK by the stock multiplier of 34 (I mean, I think it doesn't know how to monitor the actual multiplier). Either that, or it isn't doing any calculating at all because there is no FSB.

So now we've been reduced to just relying on programs like CPU-Z. Although, that's fine with me because I've always done that anyway. I trust CPU-Z's readings more than anything.
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post #2040 of 9343
Quote:
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It's just the way it is. I know what you're saying though: my previous CPU was the E8400, and Windows always reflected my overclock. If I made even a small change to the FSB, it would show it.

I think that the reason why it's as different as it is might be due to how we no longer have a FSB, and also because we leave the BCLK at 100. So I think that it's possible that Windows is just multiplying the BCLK by the stock multiplier of 34 (I mean, I think it doesn't know how to monitor the actual multiplier). Either that, or it isn't doing any calculating at all because there is no FSB.

So now we've been reduced to just relying on programs like CPU-Z. Although, that's fine with me because I've always done that anyway. I trust CPU-Z's readings more than anything.

Ok so that's good enough for me if you're saying Windows 7 is running with what CPU-Z is saying. Still find it odd that Windows doesn't pick it up..that's microsoft for ya!
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