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How to get OC'ed CPU to use all 12 Multipliers again?

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Hello @ll!

Im new to these forums and as u might have guessed i have a problem with my newly OC'ed CPU.

I've done some OC yesterday and got a stable result at 4,6GHz and 1,40V.

Now to my question:
before OC my multiplier was swithching through 12 steps from 3,4GHz (load) to 1,2GHz (idle) so 12 steps overall... seems OK to me.
Now after OC with all speedstep and cstates enabled i get a range from 4,6HGz (load) and 4Ghz (idle) ... 6steps... seems wrong no?

so whats the deal with that? is there a way to get the right behaviour there or do i have to live with a reduced dowclock-range as it is? smile.gif

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Jerod
Edited by Jerod - 4/9/17 at 4:13am
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It will only boost so much with all cores in use. Probably TDP limited too with all cstates enabled.
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Hello, smile.gif

my problem is not reaching the high clock, my problem is not getting to low clocks again... btw my energyplan in windows is balanced (5% min 100%max)
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