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Asus P5Q3 Deluxe CPU Throttling Problem

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Well I bought this board (Asus P5q3 Deluxe) and overclocked my e6750 from 2.66 to 3.42. That appears to be stable however, this mobo keeps reducing my multiplier to 6 instead of 8 at idle. When I run orthos, it goes to the 8X multiplier. I didn't install any of the junk applications that came with the board and the only thing I can find different is now in windows device manager is ATK0110 ACPI Utility.... which I can't diable nor delete. In games, I set everest to report to the g15's lcd and I see during the game its constantly swapping between 6X and 8X.

Is there some way to kill this. I don't see anything like speed step or EIST in the BIOS. I would have assumed an overclock would have disabled any of this power saving junk. I hop this can be disabled. If not, it goes back to newegg and I'll swap boards again which I'm sure my OEM copy of vista will absolutely love...

System specs:
CPU: Intel E6750 dual core
Mobo: Asus P5q3 Deluxe
Bios: 1306
Video: HD 4870
PSU: Antec 650W
Memory: G Skill 2X2GB DDR3 12800 7-7-7-18
OS: Vista Home Premium 64
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This is a good thing... it extends the life of your CPU by lowering it's speed during periods of low CPU usage.... It will also lower your electricity bill.

Edit... but if you must... go into the BIOS and look for any along the lines of "power management" or "power saving" and disable it.

After that, if it's still doing that, check your power profile (found on the screensaver tab of display properties), and set it to always on.
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turn off C1E and speed step
    
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you need to turn off c1e and speedstep

edit: damn got beat by aleiro by seconds!
    
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