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EIST doesn't work with manual vcore value?

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I have manually set a static vcore value in BIOS among enabled C1e and EIST. However in HWmonitor and Aida64 showing vcore is the same value as my manual value when idling, why doesn't C1e and EIST works unless i have vcore set to normal or auto? Is this normal?

Edit: I might asked the question wrong, EIST did get my CPU to idle at 1.6GHz however what i seek is the reason why my vcore value doesn't throttle down with it.
Edited by Vuzer - 9/29/13 at 8:28am
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This is normal. I use static Vcore when setting my overclock and stress testing. After tha you can put it back to normal. It'll downlock then and not use as much power. Do not stress with adaptive/normal. It'll give you some crazy voltage. It doesn't work because your Vcore is static, meaning not going to change.
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Thanks for the reply,

I noticed the CPU speed, Package/IA Core power value remains idling low while manual vcore voltage value remain the same, does it mean the mainboard is feeding that constant voltage but CPU isn't using it?

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