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What button must I press to boot into safe mode on the Premium mobo?
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F8.
That only brings me to the advanced boot options, where I can chose what HDD to boot from without going into the Bios.

But I found out how to do it, you got to type "Msconfig" in the RUN window, go to Boot, and chose safe boot down to the left. Then restart
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F6
Then select safe mode
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Hi everyone

Been running 4.2 (HT on) using xmisery's settings, for nearly a year now. When I'm not doing anything intense, I revert back to a stock profile to save a bit of juice. Just wondering if its possible to use throttle back settings (speedstep etc) in the 4.2 profile, if this would effect the OC at all (when in full clock mode), and if not, what other settings besides speedstep, do I need to enable. Would just like to have the best of both worlds without having to load profiles.

thanks
joe
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Hi everyone

Been running 4.2 (HT on) using xmisery's settings, for nearly a year now. When I'm not doing anything intense, I revert back to a stock profile to save a bit of juice. Just wondering if its possible to use throttle back settings (speedstep etc) in the 4.2 profile, if this would effect the OC at all (when in full clock mode), and if not, what other settings besides speedstep, do I need to enable. Would just like to have the best of both worlds without having to load profiles.

thanks
joe

When I tried to use the power saving functions, I found that I got worse performance because my CPU would not go to 4.2Ghz when I needed it. Rather it went to 3,8 Ghz because it thought it did not need to go any higher
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I've been using speedstep with a 4.0 OC for awhile now. I think it works great. When I'm just surfing or checking e-mail it will run just over 2.1 then when I start up a game it's back up to 4.0 and you can hear the cpu fan crank up.
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Hi everyone

Been running 4.2 (HT on) using xmisery's settings, for nearly a year now. When I'm not doing anything intense, I revert back to a stock profile to save a bit of juice. Just wondering if its possible to use throttle back settings (speedstep etc) in the 4.2 profile, if this would effect the OC at all (when in full clock mode), and if not, what other settings besides speedstep, do I need to enable. Would just like to have the best of both worlds without having to load profiles.

thanks
joe

Welcome Joe,

Here is a post I made a long long time ago about using power saving features with an OC. It isn't for everyone, but I do think it is for you smile.gif

http://www.overclock.net/8619345-post755.html

FWIW, in that post I said you need to disable LLC (Load Line Calibration), when in actuality you can leave it enabled, but I recommend disabling it anyways as using it goes against Intel's power delivery guidelines.
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Thanks for the feedback guys. I went ahead and did a couple of tests, encoding some video, with ss enabled and disabled. Disabled, the clock speed maintained 4.2, but with SS enabled, it fluctuated between 4.0-4.2. Also noted that when idle, it throttled down to 2.4.

So from this, is there anyway to make it stay at a solid 4.2 under load, with ss enabled?. Also is it possible to make it throttle lower than 2.4 when idle?. (at stock 2.6, it throttles back to 1.6)

thx
joe
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Good Grief, this is OVERCLOCK.NET, who wants to go slower???

LOL!!!

Actually, it's fixed in the processor I think, though some other person once mentioned a registry tweak... but, as I recall, the tweak was for standby mode...

That's about as much as I can remember... still think the throttle down is CPU dependent.

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