Originally Posted by Jack3dhero
ok i think i did it how is that? i'm rebooting my system and opening all cores and overclocking i am using OC genie but i won't this time
Hmm, not quite.. I think you'll specifically need HWMonitor and CPUz, because Everest does not show you actual RAM clock and temperature delta @load..
Here's what to do, download HWMon and CPUz, both are about 1Mb total, do not require install and can be just deleted immediately afterwards
Start HWMonitor, don't close it, run some game or very intensive app (like a CPU benchmark or something). Then write the values to CPU temp (both Min and Max values!). Then I'll need the info from CPUz- the CPU, Memory and SPD tabs, as Everest only gives you the SPD tab (and not quite, I can only see the timings for 608Mhz).
Post the links in a single post, otherwise we'll get a mile-long thread
And we'll see what could be wrong here