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I have the same "issue". I just can't get it to downclock while in idle state. It does downvolt, just does not downclock....
When I did a fresh install of Windows 8, I ran CPU-Z and it was working; the CPU was dropping to 1.6GHz while it was in idle, but after I restarted my PC, it was stuck in 3.8 again. Now it's overclocked to 4.2, and it stays there.
Could this cause stability issues since the CPU has to run at at 4.2 with 0.9xx volts?
EDIT: this thread might help as well, he was having the same issue: http://www.overclock.net/t/1323459/my-3570k-is-possessed/0_30

I remember after i installed a fresh copy of win 7 my processor was running at 1600 Mhz as well, but then I started to mess around with the OC settings and ever since I cant make it go down in frequency anymore.

Is this a bug, an issue how come voltage is dropping and not the frequency, Im starting to miss my old P67 ASUS board....mad.gifdevil.gifmadsmiley.png

Here Im attaching some pics of my BIOS's settings, right after reset everything to default, I just modified the sata mode to be able to boot.





    
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I'll try to get some pics as well, although I think my settings are set correctly because my voltage does drop, just not the frequency.

I didn't mess with the settings, I just used OCGenie. I'll set everything to default. And see what happens.

I doubt this is an issue with the board, I think it's other manufacturers have the same issue as well.

EDIT: do we have an MSI representative in this board? Maybe we could get some help.
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For you guys having problems with over clocking.

I am running the newest latest BIOS and have tried Samsung low profile sticks or RAM, Crucial 1.5v 1866mhz CL9 sticks and Gskill 2400mhz CL10 sticks.


Of those kits above only the Gskill is depenadable for over clocking at decent speeds.


I'm still looking for better sticks of ram to over clock but this MB and my CPU give me hard time at over clocking ram.

To me the MB seems to be very picky with RAM. So that may be a part of the problem.


This MB is the best MB that I have ever owned though. It leaves me wanting more and I have had alot of overclocking fun with it so far. It makes over clocking fun.


My work with my delidded 3570k right now.

Ambient Temp 17.6C
i5-3570k@4.5GHZ 1.14V
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For some reason, Control Centre's fan curve doesn't work and settings don't stick frown.gif
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hello MPower owners
I have some questions about my MPower motherboards...
why when I set my processor into 4.5 Ghz @auto voltage @1.240 volt, and I set my RAM into 2133 Mhz @10-11-10-27, I am unable to booting to windows? so my max stable clock are 4.4 Ghz now....@ that ram mad.gif
any help would be greatly appreciated

any input for my problem above? because I think no one answered my questions.
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XMP profiles adjust the voltage for you. If you increased the speed beyond the XMP profile you will need to manually increase the voltage.

I dont think 1866 or 2133 is beyond the XMP profiles is it? I have not had a BSOD at 1866, however thats below my rams stated speed. 2133 is only one step up and I got a BSOD 30 minutes into using the computer. Also, neither of those settings let the temp display on the LED. Both still leave it reading out A0. Very frustrating to need to buy a new set of ram, luckily this Corsair ran great in my old build that is now being set up for my parents so maybe I will just put it back in there and call it a loss and find something better for this board. I want to be able to overclock, not have to UNDERCLOCK my ram just to have a stable PC. Thats BS in my opinion.

Another weird observation, I installed CPU-z, Prime95, and RealTemp. I ran a stress test with Prime95 at stock clocks, CPU jumped into turbo at 3.8ghz, I watched my temps and in just 5-6 minutes hit 90*C. WTH? Thats at stock clock and stock voltage and stock heatsink. How am I supposed to overclock a CPU thats running that hot already? Or is it some sort of setting in those programs that I missed?
Edited by ride1226 - 11/11/12 at 7:53am
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More WIN for my over clocking with this MB!!

Ambient Temps 18.6C
IBT quick and dirty standard run

5GHZ@1.37v

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2578924

Victory5GHZIBTSTANDARD.jpg

Idle Temps

21C 24C 21C 18C


Maximum Temps

62C 70C 67C 62C


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I dont think 1866 or 2133 is beyond the XMP profiles is it? I have not had a BSOD at 1866, however thats below my rams stated speed. 2133 is only one step up and I got a BSOD 30 minutes into using the computer. Also, neither of those settings let the temp display on the LED. Both still leave it reading out A0. Very frustrating to need to buy a new set of ram, luckily this Corsair ran great in my old build that is now being set up for my parents so maybe I will just put it back in there and call it a loss and find something better for this board. I want to be able to overclock, not have to UNDERCLOCK my ram just to have a stable PC. Thats BS in my opinion.
Another weird observation, I installed CPU-z, Prime95, and RealTemp. I ran a stress test with Prime95 at stock clocks, CPU jumped into turbo at 3.8ghz, I watched my temps and in just 5-6 minutes hit 90*C. WTH? Thats at stock clock and stock voltage and stock heatsink. How am I supposed to overclock a CPU thats running that hot already? Or is it some sort of setting in those programs that I missed?

XMP profiles are settings profiles saved on the RAM itself that the BIOS can read and configure accordingly. If you enabled XMP, it will fill in all of the RAM settings for whichever profile you chose. If you change to manual mode and increase the clocks then you are no longer running an XMP profile, and you need to compensate with voltage, timing, sub-timing, tertiary timings, and possibly IMC voltage as well. It sounds like you just tried to set 2133 manually and are wondering why it crashed, and more like you don't have much experience overclocking and want to blame the RAM (unless you can explain better what you did and I'm just misunderstanding you).

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Originally Posted by mfranco702 View Post

I remember after i installed a fresh copy of win 7 my processor was running at 1600 Mhz as well, but then I started to mess around with the OC settings and ever since I cant make it go down in frequency anymore.
Is this a bug, an issue how come voltage is dropping and not the frequency, Im starting to miss my old P67 ASUS board....mad.gifdevil.gifmadsmiley.png
Here Im attaching some pics of my BIOS's settings, right after reset everything to default, I just modified the sata mode to be able to boot.

I can see in this pic that C1E is disabled and your power states are on custom which means probably shut off as well. Turn them back on if you want downclocking.
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More WIN for my over clocking with this MB!!
Ambient Temps 18.6C
IBT quick and dirty standard run
5GHZ@1.37v
http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=2578924
Victory5GHZIBTSTANDARD.jpg
Idle Temps
21C 24C 21C 18C
Maximum Temps
62C 70C 67C 62C
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You guys don't give up.

You've got one awesome chip there my friend! delid?
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XMP profiles are settings profiles saved on the RAM itself that the BIOS can read and configure accordingly. If you enabled XMP, it will fill in all of the RAM settings for whichever profile you chose. If you change to manual mode and increase the clocks then you are no longer running an XMP profile, and you need to compensate with voltage, timing, sub-timing, tertiary timings, and possibly IMC voltage as well. It sounds like you just tried to set 2133 manually and are wondering why it crashed, and more like you don't have much experience overclocking and want to blame the RAM (unless you can explain better what you did and I'm just misunderstanding you).

All I did was turn XMP on. Thats it. Turned it on and it automatically set my ram to 2000mhz where it should be. Save and Exit BIOS, tried to boot, BSOD. I dont know how I could have messed anything up there at all. I then clicked the tab just above enable/disable XMP and turned it to 1866 and it ran fine. However, still A0 displayed on the LED.
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