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Hey, my multiplier is sometimes 14 (2.8Ghz) and the other times he is `5 (3Ghz) He switches automatically when i'm runnung games or stuff like that. Does anyone know how that is possible? Check my system at my specs.
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AI Nos by asus
Nondelay overclocking system

It overclocks in need to help performance in a game.
    
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Originally Posted by ELmo1989
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It overclocks in need to help performance in a game.
No that's not it at all.

His CPU has a stepping that is enabled to keep the thermal specs of the CPU down. It will drop to 14x multiplier when the CPU isn't under a lot of load, but when it is, it will go back to the stock 15x multiplier.
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Well thank you for telling me.
Edit no matter most inel run hot
    
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yeah i saw such thing in my bios. Intel Stepping ... So I should disable it for continiously 15x. I have disabled AI NOS already. Thnx anyway. I'll try the stepping thing
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It's not "stepping" it's called EIST (Enhanced Intel SpeedStep Technology), it derives from the mobile CPUs which helps for when the CPU is at idle by lowering its stock multi (of 15 and above) to the lowest possible of x14 saving "$$$" in electricity bills).


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Well thank you for telling me.
Edit no matter most inel run hot
That's because you don't have a Tuniq Tower 120 or TT BT. Anyone that has ever used the "stock" HSF makes the same comment.
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Originally Posted by Nasgul
Tuniq Tower 120

Amen.
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post #8 of 8
there are actually a lot of things on your intel chip that causes the multiplier to change.
1. C1 is enabled
2. SpeedStep is enabled
3. TM2 is enabled
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