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post #11 of 34
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The multi is at a trial 38

Here are the pictures: (sorry had to use my phone to take them the print screen feature of the bios wasn't working)





post #12 of 34
I hope you didn't get it from new egg, if you did and you RMA with them, they're probably gonna blame you for bending some pins or something, and send you a motherboard with bent pins blaming it on you. Best to RMA with ASUS themselves, man do I hate newegg RMA....that's just me though.
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post #13 of 34
I stil feel like it is a setting cause why would it happen to be 1600mhz exactly the freq it throttles too at idle, reflash newest bios and power plan to performance in windows, also make sure you have the latest version of the software you are using to monitor some have glitches if it is an old version
post #14 of 34
also do a benchmark like cinebench and post your scores maybe a sensor is reading wrong but cpu is working right
post #15 of 34
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make sure you have the latest version of the software you are using to monitor some have glitches if it is an old version

good point there. I just noticed he is only using core temp, OP did you ever try maybe opening the latest version of CPU-Z or something to monitor it?
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post #16 of 34
I was going to mention to use CPU-Z and monitor the frequency through there. Definitely a good idea. Not too sure about Core Temp. You can even install Real Temp, and get an accurate frequency reading through there too.
post #17 of 34
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All the programs are latest versions. I do use CPU-Z and it shows the same thing as coretemp

Here's a bit of information: I can change the bus speed and that pushes up the frequency to 1650 or whatever it happens to work out, It almost seems like the multiplier locked itself at 16

I will run a benchmark when I get home tonight (at work right now) and post scores, but I'm not so hopeful. I mean I'm running Prime95 on stock cooler and the temp only goes up to 50C, what does that tell you?
post #18 of 34
Well based on your info maybe it is a bad chip. Be sure you pulled mobo battery and reflash bios too. On a bad overclock it could lock up bios to where you change settings and it doesnt stick
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All the programs are latest versions. I do use CPU-Z and it shows the same thing as coretemp
Here's a bit of information: I can change the bus speed and that pushes up the frequency to 1650 or whatever it happens to work out, It almost seems like the multiplier locked itself at 16
I will run a benchmark when I get home tonight (at work right now) and post scores, but I'm not so hopeful. I mean I'm running Prime95 on stock cooler and the temp only goes up to 50C, what does that tell you?

Have you tried using the tuning program from ASUS?
While you mention this, I effectively had this problem. The motherboard was sitting at x16 after I changed via gigabyte's tuning program the vcore. Previously, it was doing x42 multi fine.
Try to disable Intel speedstep and see what happen. Change the performance profile in windows, put it on extreme too. I personally think it could be windows related problem but if disabling speedstep does not make it, you got a defective mobo. Also, try changing the multi via ASUS's tuning program!
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post #20 of 34
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Tried the latest suggestions to no avail. Got the RMA from newegg and gonna send it in tomorrow for return and order a new one. Should I try a different motherboard maybe? I'm gonna lose some combo deal ($25 I think) but I guess I can eat it...
Should I hold off on ordering a new one until they accept the return?
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