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If temps are ok then no harm at all.
Ah thanks. I was wondering if the fan tuning was only to determine the minimum cutoff setting, or if there's more to it
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Yes I'm using that one, but at £6.95 is that relatively costly for you there?
I got mine relatively cheap after some coupon discount, at around 4.50 USD

I believe a smaller one sized one, or cheaper SanDisk model will work fine too. There are some SanDisk sticks with atrociously low write speeds, just avoid those
Actually cheap for me here in the UK, normally like £14, thx for info, i guess your stick is formatted to fat32 also and bios file only thing put on the stick and not in a folder.
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Actually cheap for me here in the UK, normally like £14, thx for info, i guess your stick is formatted to fat32 also and bios file only thing put on the stick and not in a folder.
Yes the bios file copied to root directory, not in folder. Stick formatted to fat32 "single partition" not multiple partition. But I have other files & folders inside too, as I also use this stick for running Linux/Ubuntu live

Hope you get flashback working, good luck!

Edit: Just so you know, the metallic body of that usb stick get really hot during use - I don't know if that is peculiar or just good cooling?! But it works OK and you can handle the stick using the black plastic rim
Edited by misoonigiri - 9/28/16 at 8:32am
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Yes the bios file copied to root directory, not in folder. Stick formatted to fat32 "single partition" not multiple partition. But I have other files & folders inside too, as I also use this stick for running Linux/Ubuntu live

Hope you get flashback working, good luck!
Cheers, thx for all your help.
post #5155 of 5773
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Updated my bios to 2200 and now adaptive mode doesnt work anymore. It just stand at the turbo vcore. Anyone else have this problem with new bios?

verify that EIST (speedstep) is enabled in bios, and then open windows power plan and either select "Balanced" or > advanced power settings, Min Proc State = 0% in what ever power preset you are using. thumb.gif
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verify that EIST (speedstep) is enabled in bios, and then open windows power plan and either select "Balanced" or > advanced power settings, Min Proc State = 0% in what ever power preset you are using. thumb.gif

But it worked without those enabled before?

edit: doesnt go down with your suggestions either..And i cant revert back to 1801..
Edited by reqq - 9/28/16 at 12:27pm
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But it worked without those enabled before?

edit: doesnt go down with your suggestions either..And i cant revert back to 1801..

not sure what you have going on there.., the cpu cannot down clock if EIST is disabled... and will not if the power plan is set incorrectly (which windows will do following instability BSOD).
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Hey everyone. I have an issue with overclocking on the M8 Ranger (bios 2202).

I set the voltage to manual override 1.275V and 4.5GHz. LLC set to level 5. But still the core voltage goes up to 1.4V. Anyone ideas what I'm doing wrong?


EDIT: solved the issue. had to disable the CPU VID Support, so CPU doesn't communicate to VRM controller
Edited by Origondoo - 9/29/16 at 2:40am
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not sure what you have going on there.., the cpu cannot down clock if EIST is disabled... and will not if the power plan is set incorrectly (which windows will do following instability BSOD).

When i was using 1801 bios used adaptive mode at 1.340 turbo with speedstep off and powerplan set at cpu minimum speed at 100%. I got vcore reading with hwmonitor and cpuz that was shifting from 0.9-1.2 doing normal light windows tasks. Then under gaming it would jump to my set 1.34 and stay there until i quit the game. Now my vcore stays at 1.34 all the time. So you saying those reading was faulty? But how can the idle temp be lower then they are right now?
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When i was using 1801 bios used adaptive mode at 1.340 turbo with speedstep off and powerplan set at cpu minimum speed at 100%. I got vcore reading with hwmonitor and cpuz that was shifting from 0.9-1.2 doing normal light windows tasks. Then under gaming it would jump to my set 1.34 and stay there until i quit the game. Now my vcore stays at 1.34 all the time. So you saying those reading was faulty? But how can the idle temp be lower then they are right now?

Hello

As @Jpmboy noted above VCORE will not downclock with the settings configured as you state. The voltage values that were reported by HWMonitor were the result of per core power shedding which is a completely different animal.
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