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post #11 of 22
That would be CnQ to disable in the BIOS.
But chances are, you won't need to disable it.
CnQ only reduces the clock speed during idle, giving you full performance at load, as a way to increase CPU longetivity. If it works fine, leave it enabled. Won't affect you when you need full speed performance.

If it were VRM throttling it would be happening during 100% load for short periods of time, not continuously at idle.

I did see another person on here earlier having similar problems with you, he was using the same ASUS TurboV EVO program. I recommend that overclocking is done in the BIOS and no software overclocking tool be installed to ensure proper operation.
post #12 of 22
Cool'n'Quiet + EIST won't interfere with a stable overclock and are good for saving power. Disable while benchmarking though.

It's C states you want to keep disabled.
post #13 of 22
[QUOTE=amdoit;14397475]I disabled the CPU Q-fan option and still nothing. Pictures below


Why does it say 0c?

Disable Cool & Quiet And C1E, if it continues to throttle maybe the CPU is overheating, have you ran Prime95 and checked temperatures at full load?
post #14 of 22
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I have no freaking idea why AMD overdrive shows no temp, it's been months like that.
I will run Prime95 in a lil bit and post the results on here, i've never used it b4.
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Just another idea, Go into power options in windows and use high performance, and then go into AMD vision engine control center(catalyst control center). The should be a option of CPU power and there's a slider that you can use to select which frequencies you want to the CPU to be able to use. Just a though, it's been a option for me.
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post #16 of 22
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here are the temps after Prime95 said ".....1024K passed". the CPU is stable and runs as it should, will enable CnQ and let it do it's own thing.

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post #17 of 22
Quote:
Originally Posted by qwertymac93 View Post
I loled.
Anyway, you should leave it enabled since it lowers temps and reduces power consumption. Only disable it if you are having stability problems.
I would recommend leaving cool & quiet off, especially using the H50. Corsair recommends disabling this feature since it causes the pump to go up and down in power, they state to leave it off so the pump on the H50 is constantly running at its designed speed.
Edited by SPMOkc73 - 7/31/11 at 7:43pm
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I would recommend leaving cool & quiet off, especially using the H50. Corsair recommends disabling this feature since it causes the pump to go up and down in power, they state to leave it off so the pump on the H50 is constantly running at its designed speed.
cool n' quiet has nothing to do with fan/pump speed, it only effects CPU frequency/voltage.
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cool n' quiet has nothing to do with fan/pump speed, it only effects CPU frequency/voltage.
By reducing power consumption and thus heat, Cool 'n' Quiet indirectly allows the motherboard to lower fan speeds(in the case of an H50 the pump) and thus reduce noise. I guess it would be more correct to also say disable smart fan options, but I leave both disabled.
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post #20 of 22
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ooo, this just got interesting, lol. it really not a big deal, but since you have the Corsair H50 like i do, i believe you've already figured out how to run it safely and effectively.
Now, i have noticed that my rig is slow when running apps even with the OC, isn't it suppose to be a bit faster!?
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