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question, this might seem stupid, but did you save your settings in bios? usually you press F10.
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post #22 of 32
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Fill in the system specs in your profile so people don't have to look through all the posts to find them. When you boot your computer up, does it show it at 3Ghz or 2.4Ghz? Before you enter windows I mean.
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post #23 of 32
speedstep is sometimes called "c1e". Disable that if it's on.
post #24 of 32
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i saved the bios yes because if i go back into the bios my overclock settings are still there.

I did disable C1e already, still made no difference...

I will take some screenshots of my bios screen
post #25 of 32
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Still shows 266mhz 2.4ghz on the bootup screen, even though in the bios i set it to 333
post #26 of 32
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Here, what do you make of these?



post #27 of 32
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Here, what do you make of these?
I would set No-Execute Memory Protect and Virtualization Technology back to Enabled. You will probably need these sooner or later. The rest of the settings look fine. Are you SURE you aren't getting a big red warning box when you enter the BIOS setup?

And, as I said before, fill in your system specs.
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post #28 of 32
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100 percent sure im not getting any warnings...
post #29 of 32
Hey:

Are you reading the top right spee reading or the bottom left one? The top right doesn't change ever, that's what your processor is. The bottom left reads your speeds correctly.

And are you sure you're saving your BIOS? Set your overclock, reboot, and go into your BIOS again to check.
post #30 of 32
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I have another PC exactly the same except the memory is slightly better make and the processor is an E6600.

just overclocked that without any problem at all...



I dont understand why i cant overclock this PC with the Q6600... it has the same bios version as the other PC... only difference is the memory is a slightly cheaper make, does that prevent me from overclocking my processor?
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