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post #861 of 3634
Set CPU Ratio to - Auto
Adjust CPU Ratio in OS - Disable
Power technology - Custom
Go into CPU Features set each core to 38 save and exit
See what that does
post #862 of 3634
Did all that. Booted up. Turned on CPU-Z and it shows my cpu at x16. As I am typing this I am seeing it bounce from x16, x33, x38, x29 so I guess that is scaling correctly.

Turned on Prime95 just now and it went to x38 no issues. Voltage and memory timings are still where I want them.

Now if I change my cpu multi from AUTO to x39, x40, x44 where I eventually want to be after my water is installed then my scaling will disappear again?
post #863 of 3634
you mean CPU Ratio which is Auto now?
post #864 of 3634
Yes ratio sorry. That is how you increase and overclock correct?
post #865 of 3634
yes
post #866 of 3634
I just dont understand how as soon as I switch that from AUTO to say 39 or 40 I instantly lose my scaling.
post #867 of 3634
Don't ask me


Edit:

I know several people who have this motherboard and claim the same as me to get it to do that

Mine ramps up and down fine especially with the MSI center graph AND on CPUID/CPUZ

Even does it on my backup bios which is the newest at the site 17.4 and on friends bios with this mb.
Edited by Tyreman - 11/20/12 at 11:30am
post #868 of 3634
Msi just released a new bios Update 17.5

I will install it tomorrow and I will keep you posted!

PS : Your virtu mvp works? When I start 3DMark 11 with virtu active it does not work, but with virtu off it works perfectly!
post #869 of 3634
Quote:
Originally Posted by ShadyGaby View Post

Msi just released a new bios Update 17.5
I will install it tomorrow and I will keep you posted!
PS : Your virtu mvp works? When I start 3DMark 11 with virtu active it does not work, but with virtu off it works perfectly!

Where'd you find that ShadyGaby
post #870 of 3634
On the MSI site I put a link to click http://eu.msi.com/product/mb/Z77-MPOWER.html#/?div=BIOS
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