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I installed vista ultimate 64 bit last night and now whilst running CPU-Z and CoreTemp it keeps thinking that the multiplier is all over the place, it thought my processor was at first clocking at 1000mhz then 3333.7mhz and pretty much every number in between.

Do i need to download the 64 bit driver for my CPU or am i being stupid??
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post #2 of 7
Turn off cool and quiet in the bios.
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Check all Bios settings to make sure that C1E Enhanced SpeedStepping is turned OFF, Cool & Quiet is OFF, etc. etc.
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oh i see, that might be the cause, I had originally disabled it as previously instructed by another OC'ing guru
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post #5 of 7
You want cool and quiet disabled.
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Ok guys thanks
rsfkevski: How do I find these settings on my bios I have a section marked MIT (motherboard intelligent tweaker, that enables me to play with the ram timings and such aswell as the CPU voltages frequency clock and the multiplier, havent seen the c1e before
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post #7 of 7
Speed stepping is the intel name for cool and quiet. You don't have it.
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