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Originally Posted by xvaiper View Post
Ok I got this from CPU-z
http://i206.photobucket.com/albums/b...vaiper/CPU.jpg
What does it tell me that I needed to know?
Your CPU-Z screenshot tells me you didnt follow my settings. You dont have to use them, but they will get you to your OC goal..................


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Advanced BIOS Features
CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) Disable
CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) Disable
CPU EIST Function (Note) Disable
The CPU-Z screenshot shows a x6 muti which means Speedstep is enabled. It is a power saving feature that underclocks your CPU when it is at idle.
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Your CPU-Z screenshot tells me you didnt follow my settings. You dont have to use them, but they will get you to your OC goal..................




The CPU-Z screenshot shows a x6 muti which means Speedstep is enabled. It is a power saving feature that underclocks your CPU when it is at idle.
OK so I'm going to set the this you told me and then what is the next step from there? oh and btw how to change straps and also my arctic freezer pro 7 is supposed to work only the the motherboard tell it to or so I've been told but how do I change so it will work all the time? cause when I went over to the bios all the fans control was locked (or just in a blue colorlike and I couldnt configure them for some reason maybe its not locked?)
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Try the other settings I mentioned in the first post. They are found in your M.I.T. menu.

As for your Arctic Freezer, does the fan connector on the it have 3 pins or 4 pins? I dont know if you can control the fan speed, but if you can, it will be in hardware monitoring.
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