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post #21 of 24
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Originally Posted by Klinkey;11791257 
Yeh but i have limited range :/ the performa was the best i could get for the money, and im only overcloking to 1.4v max

Then go with that if it has good reviews, a lot of their stuff is excellent bang for buck. You should be ok at 1.4v but I wouldn't go higher.
post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by DuckieHo;11791057 
It is an enhanced idle state.

Overclock with it off.
Then turn it back on.
If the system is still stable, you can leave it on.

What Duckie said; apparently I've heard this can affect overclocking but in my case it really doesn't do anything towards or against stability. I usually don't recommend turning off CnQ and C1E... people need to learn to be green once in awhile, and often times it'd work perfectly anyway if you left it on so why turn it off?
post #23 of 24
kinda a random question but...

always been curious, what's the difference between cool n quiet and C1E?
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post #24 of 24
cool n quiet is designed to change the frequency based on utilization.

C1E is designed to move the processor core into a sleep state, but it only does that if the processor has been sitting idle for a while.

Typically if you are sitting at your system working or doing something, anything, you won't see C1E get invoked. But if you leave your system on 7x24, it probably sits in C1E all night.
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