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Originally Posted by igrease View Post

It a p8p67 LE edition. I regret buying it and wish I went with the pro but at the time I didn't know better. Honestly, I think I am just going to buckle down and buy a new cpu/motherboard soon. Because I don't think a +.5 overclock is going to help my 2500k not use 95% ~ 100% usage while playing Battlefield. Is Intel planning on releasing a new chip anytime soon?
Intel are releasing a haswell refresh targeted at overclocking called "Devils Canyon". It should be out in June. It will use the z97 board and I am sure your hyper 212 will fit.
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Igrease overclocks dont really matter for battlefield FPS much last time I checked.

WIth that aside, you might want to try disabling EIST, C1E and the C3/C6 states to stop your cpu multi dropping down. Monitor cpu speed and cpu vcore using CPUz.

Also your cpu VID is a set range, it wont change. This is a set amount of voltage that is pre programmed into your cpu. Monitor cpu voltage in cpuz when your cpu is under load to know what voltage you are using.
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I have tried disabling all of those and it still does it. I have read up on some other people with the same problems and they all tried the same thing. A few simply upgraded to the Pro version and everything was smooth sailing. The motherboard is just garbage.
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