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Hi every one,


So my 2600k Just arrived and managed to get 5.0 at 1.5vcore.
My temp is very nice if i compare it with my old 950 cpu. I am below 40c idle and below 80c FULL LOAD. (While gaming i am not hitting the 60) in most hardcore games.

My question please..

How the (C1E) Work???

If i Disable it my Clock will stay as i keep it in Bios.. Right

But

If i Enable it, when is my Clock will come down and how??

Is that will happen automatically, or manually?
When this downClock happen, while i am playing games or?



Please advice.
Thank you
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Without getting too specific, C1E is one of the automatic power-saving features which is triggered when the system is idle. So it's usually best to disable it when overclocking to avoid that automatic power-saving when the system becomes idle (it helps with stability).
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;13878936 
Without getting too specific, C1E is one of the automatic power-saving features which is triggered when the system is idle. So it's usually best to disable it when overclocking to avoid that automatic power-saving when the system becomes idle (it helps with stability).

Thanks for your explain, so if its enable it will downclock my overclock when my system is idle. Right? And while playing or not idle my overclock will comeback.

So if i am stable with my currant overclock, i can enable it just to downclock when i am idle.

I think this will help with temp, spicily when i am using the computer for browsing or some normal work except gaming??
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rubema;13878995 
Thanks for your explain, so if its enable it will downclock my overclock when my system is idle. Right? And while playing or not idle my overclock will comeback.
Overclocked or not, it would downclock when idle to save power, but then when the CPU has to do something, it instantly jumps back out of power-saving mode.

So it has nothing to do with overclocking; it's just an automatic power-saving feature.

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Originally Posted by rubema;13878995 
So if i am stable with my currant overclock, i can enable it just to downclock when i am idle.
I think it's best to leave it disabled if the system is overclocked.

Quote:
Originally Posted by rubema;13878995 
I think this will help with temp, spicily when i am using the computer for browsing or some normal work except gaming??
If you are overclocking your system, then your cooling should be more than enough to keep the CPU plenty cool at all times.
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C1E and EIST no longer cause instability when overclocking Sandybridge so if you want them on it won't hurt anything.(More aggressive DMI)
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post #6 of 6
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Since they will not effect the speed of my cores while OC. I think its better to enable them so my computer will cooldown somehow when its in idle.
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