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I'm still amazed at how many people don't know about EIST.


LOL... I didn't feel like rebooting and looking into my bios to find the name of that..EIST needs disabled..
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I was aware of C1E before, but EIST just isn't listed in my BIOS, at least not under that name. Is EIST the Speed Step stuff?

Currently, I have it running at 335x9 @ 1.344vCore and it's been Orthos stable for 6 hours at that speed. The temps show as in the high 60's Celsius, so I'm thinking that I really don't want to push it much farther on the stock cooler. I have a Thermaltake 9700 on the way, so that'll be taken care of soon.

I didn't even bother to check the CPU's markings before I dropped it in, only glanced at it to be sure it was a 4300. I'll take a picture of it for my own records when I install the new cooler once it arrives.
    
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I was aware of C1E before, but EIST just isn't listed in my BIOS, at least not under that name. Is EIST the Speed Step stuff?
Correct!

But let me ask you this, "IF" the system is fully stable with EIST and C1E enabled, don't disable them, they will lower the speed of the CPU when needed and will bring back up the full speed of the CPU when needed.

Don't worry about the fluctuation of the clock speed, EIST does that on purpose and very well so. I run it all the time and while I browse the net, it just runs at 2.10ghz but it jumps to 3.15ghz when needed.
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UPDATE: Now running completely stable (6 hrs Orthos, no errors) 3064MHz 383x8 @ 1.344 vCore.

Thanks to everyone who helped, +rep for all.
    
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