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Hey guys i checked my bios i did not see Eist c1e in my bios screen advanced chipset ????
post #12 of 25
Check the guide book which was added to mobo.
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Check the guide book which was added to mobo.
I lost that book
post #14 of 25
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Oh lol guys i am a real noob do you guys mean with Eist : enhanced intel speedstep technology, because enhanced intel speedstep technology, is on auto mode on my bios screen.
post #15 of 25
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Btw should i overclock my cpu ? i got a stock cooling any suggestions ?
Or should i leave it ?
post #16 of 25
If you have stock cooling, the CPU could be getting quite hot and has started to throttle itself.
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If you have stock cooling, the CPU could be getting quite hot and has started to throttle itself.
So should i leave C1E en eist on ?
post #18 of 25
Download Everest, Core Temp or Real Temp or something to monitor temps.. Also im kinda sure that this mobo doesn't allow voltage changes. And yes, EIST is enhanced intel speedstep technology. Put it to max performance or something like that. When overclocking dont leave Eist or c1e on.
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So should i leave C1E en eist on ?
No, just leave it off if you're overclocking.

In relation to your private message you just sent me, it would be worth it if you could check your CPU temperature.

Go to Google and search for "Core Temp" and download it. This will give an accurate temperature reading.

Also, find an application called "Orthos". This will run your CPU at 100% load and will test for a stable overclock. Check your temps whilst running Orthos at full load.

If the temperature exceeds 60-70C, that's a bit high for a Core2 CPU and I would recommend getting an aftermarket CPU cooler, such as the Arctic Freezer Pro or Tuniq Tower.
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post #20 of 25
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No, just leave it off if you're overclocking.

In relation to your private message you just sent me, it would be worth it if you could check your CPU temperature.

Go to Google and search for "Core Temp" and download it. This will give an accurate temperature reading.

Also, find an application called "Orthos". This will run your CPU at 100% load and will test for a stable overclock. Check your temps whilst running Orthos at full load.

If the temperature exceeds 60-70C, that's a bit high for a Core2 CPU and I would recommend getting an aftermarket CPU cooler, such as the Arctic Freezer Pro or Tuniq Tower.

Already checked that mate i got cpu idle extreme if i turn it on my temp stays round 30 37 temp good program but it takes my cpu usage 2 100 procent .
En my normal cpu temp with cpu idle extremed disabled is below 50 C . btw i use speed fan 2 check my core temp .

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