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post #11 of 40
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In ThrottleStop, what happens when you set all of the Turbo Ratio Limits to 38 and then put a load on the CPU. You can click on the TS Bench test for a quick load test.

Edit - Are you using the Windows High Performance power profile with the Minimum processor state set to 100%?

same thing at load. It sits at 3.6, and yes i have the power profile set that way.
post #12 of 40
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When I had the haswell-e 5820k my overclock showed instantly on cpuz, command center, gaming app, core temp. Everything.

With broadwell-e 6800k, none of it shows up. Nowhere. No matter what settings I enable or disable, it still shows processor as stock. When I return to the BIOS, my OC is still there. I have the latest bios, and I even reflashed it. Apparently MSI boards do not fully support broadwell-e yet.

Thats exactly where im at. Anyone contacted MSI yet?
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same thing at load. It sits at 3.6, and yes i have the power profile set that way.

Can you post a screenshot of ThrottleStop and the FIVR window while the CPU is loaded during that test? I will see if I can find some X99 documentation tomorrow.
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post #15 of 40
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Its a MSI problem. They have turbo boost 3.0 disabled by default with no apparent way of enabling it. I have the X99A-GODLIKE and it also doesn't overclock. What a waste of money to get a gimped up motherboard.

Hopefully they release a bios update pronto or I will reconsider ASUS.

Damn, really? I may just return this board and pick up a different brand if that's how it is. I don't know if I feel like waiting for MSI to update their boards, if it even happens.
post #16 of 40
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Damn, really? I may just return this board and pick up a different brand if that's how it is. I don't know if I feel like waiting for MSI to update their boards, if it even happens.

Im seeing a lot of review posts saying that the msi x99a boards are overclocking fine. I dont know what theyre doing that we arent though

EDIT: The thing they are doing is using haswell-e.
post #17 of 40
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Im seeing a lot of review posts saying that the msi x99a boards are overclocking fine. I dont know what theyre doing that we arent though

EDIT: The thing they are doing is using haswell-e.

As I mentioned, the problem only applies to broadwell e.
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As I mentioned, the problem only applies to broadwell e.

Yeah i think i missed it in the review posts though. sorry about that.
post #19 of 40
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Yeah i think i missed it in the review posts though. sorry about that.

I hope they come out with a BIOS update soon. I may have to return the board. I may go for the RVE ten edition instead. Its a shame because I love MSi's style.
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post #20 of 40
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MSI's command center did allow me to get the processor to overclock to 4ghz (didnt try faster). But it doesnt change any of the settings in the bios.
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