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Problems with new BIOS - MSI Z87-G41 PC MATE

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Hello everyone. Until recently I have been using bios v1.3 for the MSI Z87-G41 PC MATE MOBO with i5-4570 CPU.

I have been overclocking CPU from 3.2ghz to its 3.6ghz turboboost to always get max power without turboboost interference.

Long story short, I upgraded today to the v1.4 BIOS and now the processor settings don't work. I can still change ram settings, and everything else besides processor settings. Now when I change multiplier to 36x and change voltage, it WILL reflect changes in MOBO bios ", but in CPU Z it shows up as fluctuating from 3.4-3.6 ghz. Why is this?


Motherboard bios shows "CPU FREQUENCY: 3600 MHZ" " FIXED RATIO", and voltage changes of 1.1V, but once again CPU Z doesn't show this and shows fluctuating values for the multiplier and voltage. What's going on?!

The settings are exactly the same as last time and everything works except CPU multiplier.
post #2 of 3
I'm not sure if this is what you are talking about, but have you disabled Intel SpeedStep in BIOS?
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Seagate Barracuda 2TB Samsung SH-224BB Coolermaster Hyper 212 EVO Windows 7 64-bit 
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BenQ XL2420T Coolermaster Quickfire Pro Cherry Blue Mechanic... Antec HCG 520W Modular Power Supply Fractal Design Define XL R2 Black Pearl 
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Yes, Speedstep and EIST is disabled, I read about that.
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