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post #31 of 38
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i changed to turbo, not letting me change those options still = / this sucks lol sorry if you are getting frustrated
post #32 of 38
Define "pure"

Just because you want your computer screaming at 4.5 all the time doesn't mean that under load the CPU will "Turbo" to 4.5 which then it could go down to idle speeds and save energy.

Consider looking into your motherboards club on this forum. They can further help you on your OCing journey. thumb.gif
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I had a gaming computer shop OC my comp and so yeah I apologize not much knowledge when it comes to OC. I only play FPS, D3, SC2 & Sims and I don't even know if it was even necessary to OC my 3770k for gaming but I felt like it would help my overall performance.
post #34 of 38
reset bios to defaults and try again it should but since you messed with the other multiplier already it might need to be reset

don't quit its not hard just take your time, it does help with FPS and file conversions a whole lot of stuff benfits from overclocking safely
Edited by enigma7820 - 3/29/13 at 11:50pm
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post #35 of 38
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that didn't work either. Loaded default bios and changed to turbo didn't allow me to change from auto.

This motherboard seems to be the issue lol.
Edited by pwspong - 3/30/13 at 12:02am
post #36 of 38
You need to figure out how to increase the power limits because it is almost certainly power throttling. Turn Intel Speedstep Technology back to Enabled, and maybe post a few more BIOS screenshots - there is probably an option you need to change somewhere else to unlock those power settings.
post #37 of 38
When you have the long duration highlighted you have to use the + and - keys on the right side of the keyboard to change the settings. If you can't change them that way then you need to check on the change logs of the different bios's for your board. Maybe they changed it since the manual was printed. But you should be able to change them like how i said to. Take your time and you will get it.thumb.gif
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post #38 of 38
ThrottleStop 5.10 - Beta 2
http://www.techinferno.com/downloads/?did=59

If your bios does not lock the power limits register, you can use ThrottleStop to adjust your limits while in Windows. Just click on the TPL button and see if these features are locked or not.

Even if your limits are locked, have a look in the TPL window to see exactly what your turbo power limits have been set to by the bios.
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