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Tip #2. CPU Load Throttling (Bios problem)
Get AMD Overdrive and Open and Enable Turbo Core Control then Push OK then Open and Disable Turbo Core Control then push OK then exit AMD Overdrive. (Application Power Management) *disabling the AMD Turbo Core Technology via AMD OverDrive utility will also disable APM)*

Ok, I downloaded AMD overdrive, disabled turbo core, ran prime, occt - no throttling, also vcore is nice 1,42-1,43 (didn't expect that) smile.gif But I have do the same every time I restart? - fu c k gigabyte smile.gif

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Ok, I downloaded AMD overdrive, disabled turbo core, ran prime, occt - no throttling, also vcore is nice 1,42-1,43 (didn't expect that) smile.gif But I have do the same every time I restart? - fu c k gigabyte smile.gif

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Yeah, you have to do that or unless there is a beta bios you can run that allows that to be disabled. email gigabyte and ask smile.gif

There was a beta one for the rev3 of my board... I never tried it.

Well, I just got some Patriot Sapphire blue RAM back from RMA to try. wish me luck smile.gif
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Yeah, you have to do that or unless there is a beta bios you can run that allows that to be disabled. email gigabyte and ask smile.gif

There was a beta one for the rev3 of my board... I never tried it.

Well, I just got some Patriot Sapphire blue RAM back from RMA to try. wish me luck smile.gif

I've emailed gigabyte, maybe they will have something to offer. There is no beta bios for 970a-ud3 rev 3.0. Anyway, I think I will be okay with AMD overdrive biggrin.gif

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So I got the response from Gigabyte. They've sent me beta bios FDb, but after update same thing happened, restart issue remains.
But the good thing is there is an option for APM control in bios now and I can enable boost and set cpu multiplier equal boost multiplier. No reboot and no need to use AMD overdrive every time i restart thumb.gif
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So I got the response from Gigabyte. They've sent me beta bios FDb, but after update same thing happened, restart issue remains.
But the good thing is there is an option for APM control in bios now and I can enable boost and set cpu multiplier equal boost multiplier. No reboot and no need to use AMD overdrive every time i restart thumb.gif

I don't really use overdrive much, however I was also browsing through free "CPU" magazine from Tiger Direct. Anyway, it had an article on overclocking AMD using overdrive and it implied in there that there was way to have overdrive apply the settings automatically on boot.

If you have any issues with the beta BIOS you can always try that route.
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