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post #21 of 32
Run the CPU-Z program linked in an earlier post.

Look on the line that says Core Speed.

Since you have a QX series you can also just up the CPU Multiplier option and this will not change your FSB at all.
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Run the CPU-Z program linked in an earlier post.

Look on the line that says Core Speed.

Since you have a QX series you can also just up the CPU Multiplier option and this will not change your FSB at all.
Ok but when i do that its says my core clock is 1.66 GHZ and my stock is 2.93GHz... wth happened???
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Ok but when i do that its says my core clock is 1.66 GHZ and my stock is 2.93GHz... wth happened???
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It looks like you have E1ST and Speedstep enabled, these slow your CPU down to save power when not under load. Look for those options in the bios and disable them.
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post #24 of 32
I find the easiest way to determine clock speed is just a little good old fashion math. Have a calculator handy and just multiply your fsb setting by your processor's multiplier.
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Well, since you have an extreme version CPU, you can just bump up the multiplier
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i couldn't find E1ST or Speedstep in BIOS, but are you saying that if it take my FSB of 1110 an multiply it by 6 then i get my core clock... that doesnt seem right because i've never heard of a 6GHz CPU

EDIT: ok ill do that now... say from 6 to 8?
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post #27 of 32
go into windows and run cpu-z, it will say

the 680's POST screen will also tell you what the current speed is.

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Sorry I forgot that the Nvidia mobos use the quad pumped setting. First divide your fsb by 4, then muliply that by your CPU's multiplier.
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ok i changed the multiplier from 6 to 9 but CPUz still thinks its 6... and yes i did save the bios settings
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Sorry I forgot that the Nvidia mobos use the quad pumped setting. First divide your fsb by 4, then muliply that by your CPU's multiplier.
then i end up with 1665, wut cpu-z was telling me and that seems way WAY too low because the stock is 2930
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