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Try disabling EIST (Intel SpeedStep) from the BIOS, see if it works, as it is Intel's Power Saving technology
 
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Originally Posted by Electron787 View Post
OK so if I want to overclock, say more than 3.5 GHz, should I turn off the energy saving options permanently in order not to harm the CPU?

If that's correct can you tell me please what exactly are the power saving options?
It won't "harm" the CPU. It's just that there is a good likelihood that the computer will become unstable. When a computer becomes unstable any number of (bad) things can and do happen.
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post #13 of 13
Eh, more often than not it really doesn't interfere with overclocks; a lot of people are told to turn these features off, I always recommend otherwise; this is why I have Cool'n'Quiet and C1E on with my 1055T overclocked to 4Ghz. If you can save some power in a stable, working manner than why turn it off!? It may also increase the longetivity of the CPU by not running at high clocks all the time.
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