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Hi, sorry if this is a repost, but I was looking around and I couldn't find what I was looking for.
When I overclock my 1055T and run Prime95 everything goes well, until my Core Mulitplier drops from x14 to x7.5.
I have the CPU up to 3.445 Ghz. I have a Corsair H50 Water Cooler and an Asus M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3 motherboard.
I have CnQ disabled along with C1E and Turbo.
If anyone has anyinfo on why this is happening I would greatly appreciate it.
post #2 of 10
Hmm why is the core multi dropping? Something not right there.
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post #3 of 10
in windows turn the power options up. Control panel/ harware and sound/ power options.
find in high performance change plan setting. then go to advanced power settings. Now find processor power management inside there you will find minimum state change it to 100% apply settings and your done.
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post #4 of 10
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Yeah, it's weird. It's only when I run Prime. I haven't run Prime yet and I have CPU-Z up and it's staying at x14 now.
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Originally Posted by IrishV8 View Post

in windows turn the power options up. Control panel/ harware and sound/ power options.
find in high performance change plan setting. then go to advanced power settings. Now find processor power management inside there you will find minimum state change it to 100% apply settings and your done.

Yeah I went there and there isn't an option for that, just System cooling policy and I set that to Active. I am running 7 64-bit as well
post #6 of 10
Make sure you have everything that could affect this in bios set to manual instead of auto. Sounds like some sort of power saving deal. Disable Cool and Quiet, CIE, and some others I can not think of off the top of my head. When I overclocked my 1090t I basically made EVERYTHING manual even if I didn't change anything this way my cpu wouldn't adjust at all except for the settings they were set to.
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What motherboard are you using btw?
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Make sure you have everything that could affect this in bios set to manual instead of auto. Sounds like some sort of power saving deal. Disable Cool and Quiet, CIE, and some others I can not think of off the top of my head. When I overclocked my 1090t I basically made EVERYTHING manual even if I didn't change anything this way my cpu wouldn't adjust at all except for the settings they were set to.

Yeah I disable all of that and what do you mean set to manual, like all the voltages and everything? I am using this mobo:Asus M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3
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Yeah I disable all of that and what do you mean set to manual, like all the voltages and everything? I am using this mobo:Asus M4A88TD-V EVO/USB3

Errr I am trying to remember by memory what it is I changed from auto to manual but its a bit of a blur. I only set my ram voltage manually, my cpu core voltage manually and my nb voltage manually. I will try to check my bios to get an idea of what I had changed to better help you if I can.
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Errr I am trying to remember by memory what it is I changed from auto to manual but its a bit of a blur. I only set my ram voltage manually, my cpu core voltage manually and my nb voltage manually. I will try to check my bios to get an idea of what I had changed to better help you if I can.

Thanks, it's greatly appreciated. Its just so weird because it's only when I run Prime.
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