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So I'm trying to really nail down an every day OC for my 2500k. Right now just 4.3ghz. I'm 12hr idle stable at 1.280v. But I can't seem to get it to down clock to 1.6ghz. I see 2.9ghz sometimes, but it mostly ranges from 3.1-3.3ghz. Can some one help me get this working correctly?

2500k - MSI P67A-G45 B3

Multi- 43
internall PLL overvoltage - enabled
EIST - enabled
Turbo - disabled
Speed Spectrum - disabled
Vdroop - auto
Vcore - 1.285(cpu voltage is 1.280)
PCH 1.05 - auto
C1E - enabled
Cstate - enabled
Cstate limit - I've tried auto and no limit

Also double checked the power options in windows. Selected balanced and set the percentage to 15% ti give it some extra leeway for now.

Let me know if I'm forgeting valuable info. Hoping to get the functionality working so I can maybe turn up the juice.
Will also just say my Zalman CNPS9500AT keeps her below 60 or below during prime95...but man is it loud frown.gif

Thanks in advance for your help
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Have you tried enabling Turbo in the BIOS? Normally it's having either EIST being disabled or High Performance for the power plan, but you have both of those set correctly. Have you tried 5% for the min power state?
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Have you tried enabling Turbo in the BIOS? Normally it's having either EIST being disabled or High Performance for the power plan, but you have both of those set correctly. Have you tried 5% for the min power state?

So I just went into BIOS enabled Turbo and same results. Changed the min to 5% in power options...no difference.
This is what she looks like...lowest I've seen...but it fluctuates every second...


Edited by ejb222 - 5/10/13 at 11:19pm
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Are you using real temp? I know it has a setting that will screw with the clocks? Can't remember what exactly tho? I had that board and i can't remember how i oc'd on it any more.


edit: Let me check. I think i wrote down my settings from that board

edit 2: You have all the settings right except XMP that i had set to enabled. Go into the c-state button on real temp and make sure it is checked. Also make sure that eist in there or under options is checked also. You have a diff version of real temp from me. Try turning off real temp all together and see what that does.
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Are you using real temp? I know it has a setting that will screw with the clocks? Can't remember what exactly tho? I had that board and i can't remember how i oc'd on it any more.


edit: Let me check. I think i wrote down my settings from that board

edit 2: You have all the settings right except XMP that i had set to enabled. Go into the c-state button on real temp and make sure it is checked. Also make sure that eist in there or under options is checked also. You have a diff version of real temp from me

C1E and EIST are checked. hmmmm....also if I set my vcore in bios to 1.285 and my VID in realtemp is showing 1.366 under full load, is that odd?
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Not really. VID is not vcore. VID on my 2500k at 4.3 on my MSI Z77a-g45 is 1.336 i think. It has to be something small we are overlooking. Can't remember, but i there a place in the bios like cpu spec's and in that where you can change the turbo ratios?
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Not really. VID is not vcore. VID on my 2500k at 4.3 on my MSI Z77a-g45 is 1.336 i think. It has to be something small we are overlooking. Can't remember, but i there a place in the bios like cpu spec's and in that where you can change the turbo ratios?
Yeah...I'm gonna figure this out! bruce.gif
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I see you are running Windows 8. There is something Win 8 specific that is causing this, and I know I've seen the solution, but I can't remember it now. But it is Win 8 specific.
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I see you are running Windows 8. There is something Win 8 specific that is causing this, and I know I've seen the solution, but I can't remember it now. But it is Win 8 specific.
Hmmm...I'll google it. Is it just an OC issue? It didn't give me any issues at stock clocks.
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Yeah. It has to be an OS problem somewhere. 1 little setting probably needs to be changed. This kind of stuff will make you want to pull your hair out!biggrin.gif

Googled it and over at a diff forum, they said with your board and using the multi the clocks won't drop. You have to OC using the turbo oc way
Edited by jeffro37 - 5/10/13 at 11:53pm
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