Originally Posted by jason387
Hwinfo doesn't give Tmpin2 temps. It just gives, core, cpu and mobo temps.
HWinfo will read all the sensors which are available inside your entire PC pretty much. If the sensor is in HWmonitor, it is also in HWinfo - probably labelled differently! - do two quick stress tests of equal length and intensity. Then work out which temp in HWinfo is the Tempin2 from HWmonitor.
HWinfo even has integration for RTSS - so you can get core temps, voltage etc all shown via the on-screen display in MSI Afterburner. <- I like this for keeping an eye on CPU temps during BF4 matches!
Originally Posted by xXUNLUCKYXx
I will get some pictures of my bios up as soon as i can.
I have disabled turbo core clock.
I have tried overclocking using both FSB and multiplier.
When overclocking with FSB I lower the HT link and ram speed down to compensate but doesn't make any difference still get voltage drops.
I have been googling like a mad man looking for different things to try. I would be happy with 4.5ghz with decent temps.
I'd drop your CPU back to 4Ghz, and keep all the power saving off like you currently have. Is there an LLC function on that board?
Also to note: HTT vs Mult overclocking really has no difference, unless trying to squeeze the last few Mhz from CPU, RAM & CPU/NB. Stick with Multi for now, and you can revert to HTT once you have a ballpark Multi OC set (then you'll have an idea of your chips limits)Edited by Synister - 3/31/14 at 7:04am