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post #11 of 22
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its also known as c1e or cpu enhance halt for the ds 3 is under advance bois features
I found the setting and disabled. Same issue...
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post #12 of 22
dose it say same thing under system properties or under everest if you dont have everest you can find it the download section
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post #13 of 22
C1E is one of two settings you need to disable to get rid of the multiplier (and voltage) fluctuations between idle and load conditions. The other is called Intel SpeedStep Tech, or EIST. Should also be in your bios, it's in the same menu as C1E for my board. Hope this helps.
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i knew there was something else
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you need to disable BOTH the aforementioned in the Advanced BIOS options on the DS3/S3. I did the exact same and the issue stopped. nothing to do at all with vista or cpu-z
    
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Everyone, that did it! I disable BOTH the aforementioned in the Advanced BIOS options on the DS3/S3. Works great. Thanks again!
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post #17 of 22
Spread Spectrum, Speed Stepping, C1E need to be disabled to stop it from throttling down

But I leave mine on so during idle its clocked lower t han at load
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post #19 of 22
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Okay, I have disabled CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) and CPU EIST Function.

Now I need to disable Spread Spectrum before I start to overclock? Where is the option for Spread Spectrum on my DS3? I have looked in the BIOS and the book. No luck!
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post #20 of 22
actually my cpu is oc'd to 3.2 ghz with speed stepping and spread spectrum and c1e enabled

When load 401 x 8 = 3208 mhz
when idle/surfing 401 x 6 = 2406 mhz

So chip is cooler when not stressed. Just turn it off to find your stable oc.
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