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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Pararrhexis View Post

I was only pointing out why the OP thought it was at 6.3 on 3 cores.

I know, I was talking about everyone asking for CPU-Z validation and stuff.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by Pawelr98 View Post

Cores CAN run at diffrent multipliers. Tested on my phenom II

Did you read the original post? An Intel Core i5-3570K has nothing to do with an AMD Phenom II.

For Intel Core i CPUs, all active cores use the exact same multiplier. It is physically impossible to run one core with a 63 multiplier and another core with a different multiplier.

Edit: Here's how to fake a screen shot.

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Run Prime 95 to guarantee that all 4 cores are active. Set the turbo multiplier to 63 for when 1, 2 or 3 cores are active but set the turbo multiplier to a much lower value for when all 4 cores are active. I've got the 63 multiplier on my CPU too! rolleyes.gif

TurboV is such a reliable monitoring program that it reports my BCLK at -65.5 MHz..
Edited by unclewebb - 3/30/13 at 8:24pm
post #23 of 24
You can set a per core multi and have them different.
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post #24 of 24
You can do whatever you want but all active cores in an Intel Core i CPU run with the same multiplier.

The Turbo multipliers that you set in the bios or in TurboV let you adjust what multiplier your CPU will use based on how many cores are active. You can set different multipliers for when 1, 2, 3 or 4 cores are active. You can not have half your CPU running at one multiplier and other cores in your CPU running at a different multiplier. If you don't believe me then ask Intel.
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