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You have to leave Turbo mode enabled when overclocking.

Also change your Windows Power Plan to Performance.

I did that but nothing change
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I did that but nothing change

Hello

Nothing wrong here. Task Manager uses a 100 base clock when computing CPU frequency.
post #3723 of 5764
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I did that but nothing change

Praz is right, but if you still want it.

Here's the last thing that I could find, go to Advance UEFI BIOS mode -> Move to the Advance Tab -> CPU Configuration -> There should be an option call Intel Virtualization Vt-d or something along this line, switch it from Auto To Disabled.
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Praz is right, but if you still want it.

Here's the last thing that I could find, go to Advance UEFI BIOS mode -> Move to the Advance Tab -> CPU Configuration -> There should be an option call Intel Virtualization Vt-d or something along this line, switch it from Auto To Disabled.

Haha are you aware of what Intel VT-d is!?

(also never seen that as auto, ever)
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Haha are you aware of what Intel VT-d is!?

(also never seen that as auto, ever)

I do not believe that is the correct way to correct someone.
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post #3726 of 5764
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Hello

Nothing wrong here. Task Manager uses a 100 base clock when computing CPU frequency.
Then why on my x99 with bclk 125 task manager can read cpu speed correct
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Haha are you aware of what Intel VT-d is!?

(also never seen that as auto, ever)

The option is either Intel VT-d or Vt-X, I am away from my system, so can't check the option directly myself.
But it basically usefully when your running Virtual machines in VMWare or the likes. Not exactly rocket science.


Your point is..? rolleyes.gif
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I do not believe that is the correct way to correct someone.

Maybe not, but come on! After the state of this thread recently, this kind of misinformed advice is appalling... Bring out the UEFI quiz...

VT-d and VT-x are rather different, not exactly 'rocket science' to comprehend this difference... And what about the relevance to the OP's original non issue?
Edited by DS4130 - 2/8/16 at 12:58pm
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I already have vt-d disabled and it's about virtualization how can effect the task manager in reading cpu speed incorrect
post #3730 of 5764
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Then why on my x99 with bclk 125 task manager can read cpu speed correct

I guess that is a question for Microsoft to answer.
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I already have vt-d disabled and it's about virtualization how can effect the task manager in reading cpu speed incorrect

Because when you Google the problem you are having, it appears to one of the reliable answers, https://superuser.com/questions/510188/windows-8-task-manager-not-reporting-actual-cpu-frequency

The trouble you are having isn't exactly uncommon, https://www.google.com/#q=windows+10+task+manager+shows+wrong+cpu+speed
I tried to help you to the best of my abilities. Take it or leave it.


Its a cosmetic thing anyways. Just because Task manger doesn't show the overclocked CPU speed, doesn't mean that your CPU isn't running at the speed you set in the BIOS, provided you did it correctly.


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Maybe not, but come on! After the state of this thread recently, this kind of misinformed advice is appalling... Bring out the UEFI quiz...

VT-d and VT-x are rather different, not exactly 'rocket science' to comprehend this difference... And what about the relevance to the OP's original non issue?

I am aware they are different. As I said, I don't have access to my PC, so I don't know the exact name of the setting, off by a bit. But it is located exactly where I said it is. And there is only 1 setting there of that type, not 2 (one for VT-x & one for VT-d).
And for the reasoning to my suggestion, look above.
Edited by rt123 - 2/8/16 at 1:08pm
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