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Well im at 4.4 ghz right now and in cpuz it says 4390mhz. I want it to say 4400mhz. How do I make it say that
    
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Interesting. Try a multiplier of 45x once.
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Turn off spread spectrum in the bios
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Originally Posted by dummy12;14434086 
Turn off spread spectrum in the bios
The only time it's a good idea to disable CPU Spread Spectrum is when adjusting the BCLK, otherwise it has to be left Enabled. On top of that, the only time it makes sense to adjust the BCLK with Sandy Bridge is when your overclock is so high that it's your only option to get a few more MHz. I mean with a multiplier of x44, there's no need to adjust the BCLK at all because it's a small overclock.
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;14438471 
The only time it's a good idea to disable CPU Spread Spectrum is when adjusting the BCLK, otherwise it has to be left Enabled. On top of that, the only time it makes sense to adjust the BCLK with Sandy Bridge is when your overclock is so high that it's your only option to get a few more MHz. I mean with a multiplier of x44, there's no need to adjust the BCLK at all because it's a small overclock.

Well its more of a cosmetic thing. I hate it saying 4690
    
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Originally Posted by chad362wiley;14440608 
Well its more of a cosmetic thing. I hate it saying 4690
Does it always have an imprecise reading like that no matter what multiplier you set?
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It's because his actual BCLK is 99.77.
    
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No in cpuz my block is 99.8
    
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post #9 of 28
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables;14440730 
Does it always have an imprecise reading like that no matter what multiplier you set?

Yeah every multiplier says 10mhz below
    
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post #10 of 28
I bet that it will read 99.77 in Real Temp, but that's aside from the point. When you're in the UEFI, go to the BCLK setting and hit + on your keyboard so it reads 10010. It's not a regular click and load dropdown list like the other adjustable overclocking settings. This is one of the reasons why some people think MSI's UEFI is a usability disaster.

Either way, you're still not going to get a round number. Otherwise, try disabling spread spectrum. I don't know what that will do for the BCLK, but you may as well find out.
    
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