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Is this what ur seeing in bios. http://www.motherboards.org/reviews/...ds/1474_4.html second line down and 2nd across.
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All of the intel processors that support EIST have the multiplier unlocked for a small range of changes. That is how intel throttles the cpu. They drop the multiplier and the voltage when it throttles.

If you run PC Wizzard and look at the cpu you can see what the available ranges are on your cpu for the multiplier and voltage.


That particular processor does support EIST. So you should see a small range of changes available. The default multiplier would be 15 and I think it will allow it to be changed down to 13 and up to 17. So you will probably see that range.
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All of the intel processors that support EIST have the multiplier unlocked for a small range of changes. That is how intel throttles the cpu. They drop the multiplier and the voltage when it throttles.

If you run PC Wizzard and look at the cpu you can see what the available ranges are on your cpu for the multiplier and voltage.


That particular processor does support EIST. So you should see a small range of changes available. The default multiplier would be 15 and I think it will allow it to be changed down to 13 and up to 17. So you will probably see that range.
yeah thats what gave me the idea of changing my multi, currently i have it locked on 15 and i was just wondering if there was a way i could lock it on anything higher.
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