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Exactly how do i turn off the built in throttle in the asus bios? I can not seem to find anything that seems close.
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Hmm I'm not sure, but I know you can set a threshhold temp in
PC Probe. Maybe setting the CPU temp in Hardware Control to ignore does it.
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post #3 of 9
Are you talking about the thermal throttling? Or just the idle throttle down (enhanced halt state I think). If it's the latter, disable C1E and Intel SpeedStep in the BIOS. If it's the former, I have no idea.
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i read that it is in the bios. It brings the processor down to 1.6ghz or something for no reason some times.
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Yes, then you would need to disable the C1E support as well as the Intel SpeedStep. They're not hidden in the BIOS, so just move around until you find them
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post #6 of 9
In the BIOS you'll want to find and disable EIST and C1E.

EDIT: afzsom beat me to it.
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post #7 of 9
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Originally Posted by Dreko44 View Post
i read that it is in the bios. It brings the processor down to 1.6ghz or something for no reason some times.
Oh that's what you want

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Originally Posted by afzsom View Post
Yes, then you would need to disable the C1E support as well as the Intel SpeedStep. They're not hidden in the BIOS, so just move around until you find them

He's correct, it's listed under CPU Configuration
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Another quick question..I am using a water cooling system. When i start my pc a warning comes up because my cpu fan is not spinning. How do i get rid of that warning?
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In the hardware monitor in your BIOS, there is a bunch of fan control settings and whatnot. You'll see an option in there to disable the monitoring of those fan speeds/temps. Disabling that and you won't have any more warnings
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