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Originally Posted by PolRoger View Post
If you enable speestep and turbo and disable C1E and CState in the bios on the EVGA FTW it will lock in your x21 multi if you have it already set to x20 multi. If you enable CState it will activate the x24 multi on the i5 750 for only up to two threads otherwise it will drop back to x21. If you enable C1E it will raise and lower vcore on the fly according to cpu demand. You will obviously need more vcore to run the x24 multi for 1 to 2 threads and still keep the cpu stable for a given bclk then running the x21 multi for 4 threads.
another question, if speedstep is enabled, is that the one that just changes multiplier at low load?
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another question, if speedstep is enabled, is that the one that just changes multiplier at low load?
SpeedStep doesn't seem to work like that on my board?? When C1E, Turbo and CState are disabled leaving just Speedstep enabled... the multi never seems to drop like it did on my socket 775 boards. Test yours and see what it does... maybe I have setting/jumper on my board that is not set at default.
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SpeedStep doesn't seem to work like that on my board?? When C1E, Turbo and CState are disabled leaving just Speedstep enabled... the multi never seems to drop like it did on my socket 775 boards. Test yours and see what it does... maybe I have setting/jumper on my board that is not set at default.
Use RealTemp to get the proper multipliers. No other app will see the multiplier changes.
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Use RealTemp to get the proper multipliers. No other app will see the multiplier changes.
I checked with RealTemp and my multi is changing with SpeedStep enabled...

Thanks "leppie"
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I checked with RealTemp and my multi is changing with SpeedStep enabled...
I don't know why that is though. It seems with newer CPU's there are several different ways...
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First you have to tell how you prevent your case melting at 4.6ghz~

What is your VCore and temps (LinX or Prime small FFT)?
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^^ +1

kow_ciller: Are you running at 4.6 with out HT enabled?
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Filled out my specs, its not listing the overclock speeds though

Anyway, I kept the vcore the same and changed qpi/vtt from 1.15 to 1.2, CPU PLL from 1.8 to 1.9. Its running now on a single core and I'll see what happens.

I'm kind of guessing here at what is actually causing the failures. It may turn out that this will have no effect and I just needed to keep raising vcore, or maybe I needed to raise all three of them. If anyone has an idea of what the most likely voltage is that I need to change let me know.
Still wasn't quite stable. Core 0 was fine after 11 hours, but core 1 failed after about 9 hours. I'll probably try raising vcore another tick unless someone else has a suggestion.
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