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Everytime I go into the UEFI and disable C1E, EIST, and set the frequency to 3400 MHz, I go to select "Save Changes and Reset." and I reboot into windows only to find out it's still doing some retarded powersaving or whatever.

I have AI set to Manual, Freq to 34, I just don't get it, in windows it shows none of these changes are present.

This is kinda frustrating because I'm trying to find a base, so I can begin overclocking sozo.gif

So, I'm asking for people familiar with the UEFI of the P8P67 pro to help me here.

I'm kinda frustrated and not familiar with UEFI to begin with (my only other P67 board was the GA-P67A-UD4-B3, which did not have UEFI).

I'm running Bios Version 1850.

I also deleted AI suite and any of that other garbage because I don't OC via Software.

Rep+ for all help. Thanks.

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EDIT: So just to clarify, when the CPU is not under load you are seeing you Vcore dip to "conserve power" ?

Ill assume that you have turned off the EPU on the first page of the BIOS, I think its under where you set your Turbo Multi. There are also some settings inside windows that you can change, power saving mode ect. although voltages are all dictated via the BIOS.

I have those also turned off on my board, P67 WorkStation Revolution, because they tend to cause BSODs when the voltages are turned down. although, these settings are in effect on my machine.
Edited by crunkosaur - 10/3/11 at 1:46pm
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Sub'ed to help when I get home smile.gif

Are there green lights on the mobo light up?
post #4 of 33
It's probably setting itself back to standard clocks because it thinks it's unstable or can't boot. Are you sure you're stable at that OC? Try reduce it a little.
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wait, maybe setting vcore manually might fix this problem. I'll tinker around with the BIOS some more but I'm pretty sure i'll be stuck with the same problem

I didn't check for any lights on the mobo, no
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Quote:
Originally Posted by biltong;15164523 
It's probably setting itself back to standard clocks because it thinks it's unstable or can't boot. Are you sure you're stable at that OC? Try reduce it a little.

I dont think he is overclocking at all. 2500k defaults to 3400mhz via a 100 x34 multi. What hes trying to do is see what the baseline voltages are under stock settings so he can overclock accordingly, atleast this is how i read it.

Are you manually setting the Vcore? or are you keeping it at Auto, if its at auto, I belive it will fluctuate because thats what Auto does, try putting it under a stress test at default speeds using the Auto setting on the Vcore, and then go back in and set it manualy to the Vcore it produced underload. I have found that anything under Ultra LLC will give you some kind of Vdroop, Ultra gives you more Vcore than you set manualy, keep this in mind.
post #7 of 33
On UEFI boards, you overclock using turbo. At idle, it will be around 1600 MHz. When you run Linpack or Prime95, it should use your clock speed settings in UEFI.

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Quote:
Originally Posted by jam3s;15164577 
wait, maybe setting vcore manually might fix this problem.

this ^
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Quote:
Originally Posted by crunkosaur;15164633 
I dont think he is overclocking at all. 2500k defaults to 3400mhz via a 100 x34 multi. What hes trying to do is see what the baseline voltages are under stock settings so he can overclock accordingly, atleast this is how i read it.

Are you manually setting the Vcore? or are you keeping it at Auto, if its at auto, I belive it will fluctuate because thats what Auto does, try putting it under a stress test at default speeds using the Auto setting on the Vcore, and then go back in and set it manualy to the Vcore it produced underload. I have found that anything under Ultra LLC will give you some kind of Vdroop, Ultra gives you more Vcore than you set manualy, keep this in mind.

Ohhhhhh okay, I'm going to stop posting in this thread because I clearly don't know what I'm talking about, I just assumed that since he said he manually set the freq he was overclocking. I though the 2500k ran at like 2.6GHz or something biggrin.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Riou;15164643 
On UEFI boards, you overclock using turbo. At idle, it will be around 1600 MHz. When you run Linpack or Prime95, it should use your clock speed settings in UEFI.

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Ok let me set it to Turbo.

And crunk is right. I'm trying to set 34x100 so I can build a baseline and THEN start overclocking.

Let me restart and select turbo.

OHHHHH wait, you're probably right let me run linx or IBT and see if it changes,

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