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I have a asus p5n-d motherboard. When I set the multiplier to 12 and I don't touch the fsb. So I go in to windows ( the speed is 3.2) and run prime and for like 4 mins its fine. Then the fsb jumps from 266 to 275 and I get 3300. Does anyone know what is going on. I turned off the cpu features in bios. I did not have this problem with evga 750i motherboard.
post #2 of 6
it's the board mine dose odd things and i can't get over 3.3 i think mine is a bios issue could be yours to.
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I have a asus p5n-d motherboard. When I set the multiplier to 12 and I don't touch the fsb. So I go in to windows ( the speed is 3.2) and run prime and for like 4 mins its fine. Then the fsb jumps from 266 to 275 and I get 3300. Does anyone know what is going on. I turned off the cpu features in bios. I did not have this problem with evga 750i motherboard.
Did you update the bios?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i5 2500K Gigabyte UD3P EVGA 460 gtx 1gb SC 2x4 GB Corsair Vengance 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
120gb Vertex 3 Max IOPS/40gb Kingston SSD/ 500g... Asus Dvd burner Ultra 120 Extreme Win 7 
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Samsung BX2450 Filco Mx Brown Corsair 650TX CM 690 II Advanced 
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post #4 of 6
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Yes I did. That was the first thing I tried.
post #5 of 6
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With this board I tried a e7500 and I got to 3.9 but I had to set the voltage to 1.52 to make it stable. I think your e7400 is almost the same.
post #6 of 6
It is but im using the 1101 bios.
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