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MSI bios, How to increese cpu current capability?

post #1 of 11
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Hello, im using the motherboard in my sig with touch bios 2 and im attempting to hit 5Ghz but as ive been told my cpu limits itself at 4.8ghz due to lack of cpu current capability (As its called on asus boards) so what the option/equivalent to the msi bios (im really regretting going msi atm mad.gif....)
post #2 of 11
I don't see such an option either, so I think the setting to adjust here is Internal PLL Overvoltage. If there's an option for "Enabled", then use that and it should allow the system to boot with higher multipliers.

This isn't related to the CPU Current Capability, but it is something to adjust when using multipliers this high (that is, if no other settings enable the system to boot).
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I did enable it no difference.. i would enable it and put the voltage at a specific thing but i really don't know whats safe to put it at however i can boot just fine... my cpu just wont clock upto 5ghz
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Originally Posted by TheGamefreak;15472408 
I did enable it no difference.. i would enable it and put the voltage at a specific thing but i really don't know whats safe to put it at however i can boot just fine... my cpu just wont clock upto 5ghz
Some can and some can't.

However, 1.425V is safe for 24/7 usage, but going beyond that is almost an "at your own risk" kind of thing.
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it boots fine and runs stress tests fine at 1.4 i appear to have a decent chip to bad i cant take advantage of that.... DAAAMN YOU MSI..
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Originally Posted by TheGamefreak;15472490 
it boots fine and runs stress tests fine at 1.4 i appear to have a decent chip to bad i cant take advantage of that.... DAAAMN YOU MSI..
If you don't need HyperThreading, then it can be disabled which can make a noticeable difference in the overclocking potential.
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Already disabled it due to bf3 studdering
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here try that.
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i thought i actually read something about the newer msi boards having a bios functionality bug where you cant push the core multiplier past 50 or so. possibly why you cant get to a 5 ghz overclock. i was interested in the same thing on my z68-gd65 and wouldnt let me. ill try to find the article.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by EyeFive;15586857 
i thought i actually read something about the newer msi boards having a bios functionality bug where you cant push the core multiplier past 50 or so. possibly why you cant get to a 5 ghz overclock. i was interested in the same thing on my z68-gd65 and wouldnt let me. ill try to find the article.

here it is: http://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=152512.0
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