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post #11 of 16
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Originally Posted by ShadowSkill View Post

And cpu z does show the clock of each core.

No it doesn't.



See, it only displays the CPU's clock as a whole. Yes, it is the same way with the vanilla CPU-Z. Core Temp however does show the clock of each core, but all of mine show 3800 Mhz which is correct, I have that set in BIOS. I have the same motherboard as you, my only guess could be that your revision of this motherboard has the ability to only clock one core, and you must have used that option. But anyways I'm glad you got that sorted out and used AOD because even though I still prefer BIOS, AOD is still the most reliable overclocking software. Also would you mind posting a screenshot of your CPU-Z because as far as I know it only shows the clock of the entire CPU. Don't post a validation, just a screenshot biggrin.gif
post #12 of 16
On my asus motherboard there are options in the bios of whether to oc the cores of my 965be individually or mirror my oc across the cores.

That little nugget aside, cpuz only shows 1 oc number. not a breakdown per core.
post #13 of 16
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Originally Posted by azanimefan View Post

On my asus motherboard there are options in the bios of whether to oc the cores of my 965be individually or mirror my oc across the cores.

That little nugget aside, cpuz only shows 1 oc number. not a breakdown per core.

Yes, that is what I'm trying to explain to him. I even took a screenshot as you see. I think if his CPU-Z does show all of the cores, then it's not the real CPU-Z lol. But yeah, my mobo won't let me clock each core individually, his might as it is a newer revision than mine. I think that may be the case and he didn't chose to mirror the clock across all cores.
post #14 of 16
Thread Starter 


Just right click the selection area.... Looks like it's showing all cores to me.. When i have it overclocked in bios Core #0 is 3816.whatever and the rest are 3.4ghz.. weird.
post #15 of 16
Thread Starter 
Just open up 4 different cpu-z's and you can monitor all cores...
post #16 of 16
Hi ShadowSkill, I have the same issue as you with the 990FXA-UD3 rev 3.0 and my 965BE. When I got the board and chip I was really excited to overclock it, and I hit the same brick wall overclocks first core and the rest stay stock speeds. I tried updating the BIOS because I notice the version it shipped with was a bit flaky to start. Of course that didn't help and the lastest version (FC I think?) screws up frequency readings in the BIOS itself. So right now I am running the FB version of the BIOS and I was wondering if you had found a solution to this issue? I've scoured the web and everything I find ends with a dead end and no solution (or at least no one posted the solution.) Any help would be awesome. smile.gif
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