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@TeiX
I'm sorry but if you had spent some time and read at least part of this thread or one of the others devoted to overclocking Xeons on the 775 platform you would have known to disable C-state, C0, C1 ...and C1E etc in the BIOS.
A little research goes a long way my friend.
     
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its fine if abit annoying, but gonig thru over 1000 of pages of sometimes conflicting info was a bit on the daunting side

hopefulyl someone else gets to learn from this and doesnt end up in the same trap

although i got curious, why do the cstate s and c1e cripple this cpu so badly?
Edited by TeiX - 7/17/16 at 7:45am
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Although i have heard and personally experienced troubles in overclocking when C1E and similar power saving features are on, i do think that one must be able to enable them on stock clocks at least. I don't know how much it "helps" to have them on or off...

My X5460 works fine with them stock, both clocks and voltage drops when idle (or very low load) and only above ~3.7GHz i had issues and disabled them, even though other chips on other chipsets may behave differently.

It this a G41+Xeon only issue?

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i honestly have no idea but further testing suggests so

having cstates along with C1E seems to cripple the cpu ot the point where it doesnt reliably boot into windows

i'd prefer ot have them enabled if possible since htis is a 120 w tdp chip but having the system functional has priority in this case.
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Originally Posted by TeiX View Post

its fine if abit annoying, but gonig thru over 1000 of pages of sometimes conflicting info was a bit on the daunting side

hopefulyl someone else gets to learn from this and doesnt end up in the same trap

although i got curious, why do the cstate s and c1e cripple this cpu so badly?
It's NOT the cpu that's crippled, it's a matter of the board/bios features basicly with the chipset. On my EP35-DS3R from Gigabyte, the following features are able to be used even with overclocks on both E5450 and x5470 cpu's. The reason I leave EIST DIS-ABLED is because it's controled by Gigabyte software on this board,and it allows too much lee-way for my taste/comfort. Here's some pic's of my current bios settings.
EDIT: Let me clarify that the gigabyte program will tend to OVERCLOCK the chip if needed underload. (such as having a max clock speed of 4.01 when I'm set @ 3.97 for example)This even with cpu's that DON'T support turbo function. It's a confusing board @ times. the xeon's here don't support turbo or Hyper threading,so they can be disabled with no harm in bios.
Edited by schuck6566 - 7/17/16 at 2:16pm
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so its either the g41m chipset of Msi's implementation of it that is messing with it :\(this board uses AMIBios)

well its not a Major issue tho if the chip cannot enter c states at all with it it might get pricey sincethis is the X version with 120 w tdp
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so its either the g41m chipset of Msi's implementation of it that is messing with it :\(this board uses AMIBios)

well its not a Major issue tho if the chip cannot enter c states at all with it it might get pricey sincethis is the X version with 120 w tdp

I don't know what piece of hardware (if any) is to blame for your situation, but from personal experience i can tell you that the low clock/voltage state has only a minute difference in power consumption and if you do not overclock you will never be anywhere near those 120W in "normal" usage ,ie games and stuff and now stress testing.
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When playing GTA5 there's been a really annoying performance issue with my E5450/GTX650 system.
Even at absolute minimum settings, everything will randomly stutter and FPS drops through the floor, CPU and GPU usage drop through the floor, even the audio stutters.
At least this is only affecting GTA5, when playing Skyrim the gameplay is butter smooth even when the GPU is at 100%.
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When playing GTA5 there's been a really annoying performance issue with my E5450/GTX650 system.
Even at absolute minimum settings, everything will randomly stutter and FPS drops through the floor, CPU and GPU usage drop through the floor, even the audio stutters.
At least this is only affecting GTA5, when playing Skyrim the gameplay is butter smooth even when the GPU is at 100%.


How much ram does that setup have?
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How much ram does that setup have?

4GB of DDR2 800, with GTA5 running it uses around 3400MB so it seems to be fine.
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