Originally Posted by Albatross1991
You could try disabling all the power saving features in BIOS including C3 and
C6. I am assuming Windows is not set for sleep mode.
Enhanced Speed Step is downvolting your chip.
EDIT: If you are not getting a BSOD because of it, you do not have a problem. People dissable power saving features because overclocking normally will cause BSOD's etc. when the downclock and voltage reduction occurs. If you are not having problems, leave it all alone and take advantage of the power saving features. They can extend the life of your hardware and reduce your energy consumption. But, it sounds like you are having issues so turn off C1, C3, C6, and Enhanced Speed Step and the issue should go away. Also set Windows to Performance power settings, turn off hibernation, and turn off sleep.Edited by BWG - 5/30/11 at 10:35am