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How can i tell what my vid is?
download coretemp

it's also handy for checking cpu temps, has a small footprint too.

You have to take a picture of your bios the old fashioned way, with a digital camera.
post #22 of 25
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What CPU-Z has to say. I was wondering why one of my rams SPD isn't 5-5-5-15? i that bad?
Edit: oh and under memory it says i have ddr3??
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post #23 of 25
If you disable C1e / speedstep in the bios and its still lowering the multiplier you probably have to set your vista power options to performance. That was what my problem was anyways at first.
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post #24 of 25
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Like duckie said, if you're not OCing, keep it on. If you are, turn it off. Some people believe that it messes with stability, but I don't think that it's been proven.

~Gooda~
I would have to agree... there are ways to make it not mess with the stability by coding your own speedstep which you can send as an assembly script to your mobo.... i coded mine to be a gradual step up and step down so it gives your voltages time to adjust... i neede a pencil mod to lower vdroop after that but.... hell im stable... im just running a lil hot on stock cooling ....
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