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in the gigabyte ds3l thread i read something similiar, i have yet to experience it myself but if i understand correctly even though everything says its oc'ed its still stock , i think they reset the cmos to fix it , Again personally i havent seen this yet but i have heard of this or similiar.
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Try turning off power, removing power plug. Press front panel power button. Rest cmos, take out cmos battery for at least 10 mins. That should reset all hardware.
why 10 mins?
anywayz i will give it a shot...i'll post my result
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why 10 mins?
anywayz i will give it a shot...i'll post my result
Dunno...apparantly it works better than a CMOS jumper reset ... lol.
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Well i did it and now it works... i will test it further...but i don't get it why would it do something like this...??
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Well i did it and now it works... i will test it further...but i don't get it why would it do something like this...??
Pc's don't make sense. My old ASRock board's IDE controller went insane and decided I had no HDD's. CMOS reset wouldn't work, but the above method did.
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Pc's don't make sense. My old ASRock board's IDE controller went insane and decided I had no HDD's. CMOS reset wouldn't work, but the above method did.
xD that was wierd too
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Well i did it and now it works... i will test it further...but i don't get it why would it do something like this...??
Glad to hear it's working normally now.
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post #17 of 18
Try closing C1E or Intel Speedstep(they are the same things).This thing happens to every 3/4 users.BIOS and cpu-z like programs show the cpu lower than its potential.My q6600 used to show 1.6 at stock i was going mad lol.
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Try closing C1E or Intel Speedstep(they are the same things).This thing happens to every 3/4 users.BIOS and cpu-z like programs show the cpu lower than its potential.My q6600 used to show 1.6 at stock i was going mad lol.
lol i already said that was not the problem...jeez...anyway it was fixed read all post in this thread
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