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Originally Posted by chad362wiley;14442543 
yeah and another questions, when im in my bios its totally buggy and the mouse is always panicking and causing problems so i usually just use my keyboard, is this normal?
Which USB port is the mouse connected to?
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My mouse cursor blinks slowly, but it still functions normally. It's not really a big deal if you can still access everything with your keyboard. You might want to check for a BIOS update and see if the release notes say anything about fixing mouse issues. For mine, one of the fixes in the latest BIOS update reads, "Improved gaming mouse compatibility."

MSI really just didn't do a good job with their first UEFI like Asus or ASRock did.
    
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;14442568 
Which USB port is the mouse connected to?

its a crappy cheap dynex wireless mouse and the dongle is as close as possible.(in front usb) ill try my nice mouse and see if that works
    
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post #24 of 28
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Originally Posted by chad362wiley;14442748 
its a crappy cheap dynex wireless mouse and the dongle is as close as possible.(in front usb) ill try my nice mouse and see if that works
Yeah, but which USB port is it connected to? If it's connected to one of the two USB 3.0 ports, then switch it to one of the USB 2.0 ports.
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post #25 of 28
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Originally Posted by TwoCables;14441838 
That's because most of those guides don't understand that the only time it makes sense to disable it is when manually adjusting the BCLK. If it's left at 100.0 MHz (if the user does not try to adjust it), then leaving CPU Spread Spectrum enabled is perfectly fine.

However, if disabling it will result in a more "perfect" reading here, then I will recommend disabling it too. On the other hand, if disabling it makes no difference in this respect, then I will recommend leaving it enabled.

Disabling Spread Spectrum used to be required for overclocking because we used to overclock by adjusting the BCLK (the FSB) while leaving the multiplier alone. With Sandy Bridge, we don't need to touch the BCLK at all, so disabling Spread Spectrum won't make a difference until we decide to adjust the BCLK.

you might be right but the O/P wants it to read 4.5 instead of 4.498.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by TwoCables;14441838 
That's because most of those guides don't understand that the only time it makes sense to disable it is when manually adjusting the BCLK. If it's left at 100.0 MHz (if the user does not try to adjust it), then leaving CPU Spread Spectrum enabled is perfectly fine.

However, if disabling it will result in a more "perfect" reading here, then I will recommend disabling it too. On the other hand, if disabling it makes no difference in this respect, then I will recommend leaving it enabled.

Disabling Spread Spectrum used to be required for overclocking because we used to overclock by adjusting the BCLK (the FSB) while leaving the multiplier alone. With Sandy Bridge, we don't need to touch the BCLK at all, so disabling Spread Spectrum won't make a difference until we decide to adjust the BCLK.
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Originally Posted by Youngd8;14444767 
you might be right but the O/P wants it to read 4.5 instead of 4.498.
Well turning spread spectrum off made it 4500 so im happy
    
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post #27 of 28
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Originally Posted by Youngd8;14444767 
you might be right but the O/P wants it to read 4.5 instead of 4.498.
Yes, I understand that.

I thought I made that very clear, but maybe not.
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post #28 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by chad362wiley;14442543 
yeah and another questions, when im in my bios its totally buggy and the mouse is always panicking and causing problems so i usually just use my keyboard, is this normal?

Yea the mouse implementation sucks in MSI's UEFI, I just use the keyboard. Not a big deal really.
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