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post #1451 of 4653
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King go into your BIOS and look for Intel Speed Step and disable it. It's lowering your multiplier when idling to save power which can make your system unstable. Also try running OCCT for 12 hours.

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It's lowering your multiplier when idling to save power which can make your system unstable.
This is an urban legend, I never had this problem as most people never ever experienced instability caused by speed step and c1e.
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This is an urban legend, I never had this problem as most people never ever experienced instability caused by speed step and c1e.
I experienced it... A 45nm chip like this doesn't even need those features, it's extremely low poer and efficient.

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post #1454 of 4653
I have Speedstep enabled and no problems with it. But with my P35 Neo2-fr + E4400 i did notice instability, it seems that it depends on your motherboard+cpu combo.

I'll be pushing for 4ghz again this evening, i decided that running prime for a week is too long, ran 3,8ghz for about 80 hours now.
post #1455 of 4653
Keep spreading misinformation. Great. The computer I'm on right now, the one in my sig, as both c1e and speed step enabled, overclocked to 4ghz and is perfectly stable. My qx9650 on an Asus P5q-e, is overclocked to 4.2ghz with c1e and speedstep enabled and has been perfectly stabled for months on end.

Both xeVHZ and Kinglaiho have proven their cpu stable, so why in hell disable c1e. You are either stable or you are not, if they are, I don't know what they would gain in disabling these 2 features.

Note that at 2ghz these cpus draw around 10watts and at 3.5 to 4ghz probably over 100watts, so the saving is worth keeping, if the stability is still there.
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Keep spreading misinformation. Great. The computer I'm on right now, the one in my sig, as both c1e and speed step enabled, overclocked to 4ghz and is perfectly stable. My qx9650 on an Asus P5q-e, is overclocked to 4.2ghz with c1e and speedstep enabled and has been perfectly stabled for months on end.

Both xeVHZ and Kinglaiho have proven their cpu stable, so why in hell disable c1e. You are either stable or you are not, if they are, I don't know what they would gain in disabling these 2 features.

Note that at 2ghz these cpus draw around 10watts and at 3.5 to 4ghz probably over 100watts, so the saving is worth keeping, if the stability is still there.
Agreed, if you not stable with speedstep enabled....then your not stable. period.

The only reason I have mine turned off is because I like to be able to take a screenshot of my CPUz w/o having to turn on Orthos or something to get my multi to show right. Other then that, stability is no reason to have it turned off. Well.....unless your just trying to get a quick CPUz validation on a suicide run and speedstep seems to be hindering you.
    
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post #1457 of 4653
My Highest Overclocks on E5200

4300Mhz @ 1.488v

http://valid.canardpc.com/show_oc.php?id=504534

post #1458 of 4653
Running at 4Ghz 1.440V now. 30 Minutes of prime already ! Lets hope i can get it stable with 1.44V-1.46V. Before the 100 hours prime at 1.4V it needed 1.49V for 4Ghz !

Is there anyone else that noticed this burnin ?
post #1459 of 4653
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Is there anyone else that noticed this burnin ?
I think I talked a lot about it, a few pages back.
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Voyager, welcome to the forum.

1 post and you'll alread have your name on the suicide list.

What is your highest stable overclock?
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