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Ok, so no performance loss.

@ E-peen, what do you mean by "quickly". I plan on getting SB extreme, but I still want this 2600k to last for years to come. It folds at around 58c and Prime95 brings it to 63c at most.

Meaning your chip won't degrade in the first few months/year. At 1.456v, the chip will last a long time, definitely long enough to upgrade again. When people are running voltages such as 1.52v+ for 5+Ghz, that's when degradation comes rather quickly.
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Ok, thanks guys!

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Are you using manual or offset? You can save more power are heat if you use offset. In my case i use offset. And when i'm idling(downloading, watching youtube, etc) i disable turbo. And my temps are ridiculous low.
And i enable it while playing.
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One thing cant really understand with this 2 options (EIST And C1E) when they are ON.

When/Where/How they Downcolcok?
And When/Where/How they comeback to the default Overclock which i set.?

Please any one can tell me.
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When you have EIST and C1E offsets enabled and your system is in an idle state, it downlocks your core clock to 1.6Ghz, and downclocks your voltages as well. I'm not sure what specific voltages are downlocked, but I definitely know for sure VCC is one of them (core voltage). This is done to save energy, reduce temperatures, and increase the lifespan of your CPU. When you put your CPU under load, the CPU ramps up to the core clock and voltages you have set, and stays that way until you take it off load.
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It won't cause any sluggishness and like c dorkelson said, it shouldn't affect stability tho I did get a 124 bsod (stable OC) when I had these enabled a couple of days ago. Disabled them and now its all fine.
I like full speed anyways ...
LOL - BSOD on a 'stable' OC????????
124 is usually from a lack of vcore or qpi

@Rubema - C1E - lowers the cpu multiplier so say at a OC of 21x191 = 4ghz
With C1E At idle this will be 12x191 = 2.29ghz
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When you have EIST and C1E offsets enabled and your system is in an idle state, it downlocks your core clock to 1.6Ghz, and downclocks your voltages as well. I'm not sure what specific voltages are downlocked, but I definitely know for sure VCC is one of them (core voltage). This is done to save energy, reduce temperatures, and increase the lifespan of your CPU. When you put your CPU under load, the CPU ramps up to the core clock and voltages you have set, and stays that way until you take it off load.
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LOL - BSOD on a 'stable' OC????????
124 is usually from a lack of vcore or qpi

@Rubema - C1E - lowers the cpu multiplier so say at a OC of 21x191 = 4ghz
With C1E At idle this will be 12x191 = 2.29ghz

Sound Good here, i should noticed this from while.. Since i am not playing games always.. So when i am idle my cores will take some rest and when i start gaming, my cores wakes up and do there job.

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