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So E6500 suppose to be 1.6Ghz and become 2.93Ghz when it has heave work load. I bought a new E6500, and the EIST would always be 1.6Ghz no matter how I make the cpu full load. I have updated the Bios and turn off the EIST function. What could be the problem? I show it to the local Intel customer support, they tested it then nothing wrong about it, can run with 2.93 no matter in Bios or Windows. The customer support says it could be the ram problem. I cannot come up with any possible reason how can ram affect cpu speed. Any idea?
    
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Try forcing the multiplier in the BIOS. I hate Intel branded boards with a passion. When they update their BIOSes, they always seem to mess another thing up.
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Try forcing the multiplier in the BIOS. I hate Intel branded boards with a passion. When they update their BIOSes, they always seem to mess another thing up.

I am using intel motherboard so I cannot change the multiplier.
    
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Nothing in the BIOS? Damn that sucks.

Have you tried messing with the Windows Power Options? For Processor Power Management, set Minimum and Maximum Processor States to 100%.

You might also want to download Real Temp and see if you can disable EIST.
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Originally Posted by SimpleTech;11870929 
Nothing in the BIOS? Damn that sucks.

Have you tried messing with the Windows Power Options? For Processor Power Management, set Minimum and Maximum Processor States to 100%.

You might also want to download Real Temp and see if you can disable EIST.

Yes I tried that in Windows Power Options. The problem can be seen in the bios, so don't even involve Windows. Bio shows the cpu is running at 1.6 no matter I enable or disable the EIST.
    
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So E6500 suppose to be 1.6Ghz and become 2.93Ghz when it has heave work load. I bought a new E6500, and the EIST would always be 1.6Ghz no matter how I make the cpu full load. I have updated the Bios and turn off the EIST function. What could be the problem? I show it to the local Intel customer support, they tested it then nothing wrong about it, can run with 2.93 no matter in Bios or Windows. The customer support says it could be the ram problem. I cannot come up with any possible reason how can ram affect cpu speed. Any idea?

if i were u i would just get a new mobo,if ur not going to play games (i assume ur not planning on it) get this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130234&cm_re=775_motherboard-_-13-130-234-_-Product
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if i were u i would just get a new mobo,if ur not going to play games (i assume ur not planning on it) get this http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16813130234&cm_re=775_motherboard-_-13-130-234-_-Product

Is there anyway to fix it? I am not planning to buy new system (include new motherboard) within 2011, after Sandy Bridge is cheaper, I would buy a 100% new computer in 2012, that's why I just buy a E6500 to upgrade now.
    
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Originally Posted by j2ee;11870967 
Is there anyway to fix it? I am not planning to buy new system (include new motherboard) within 2011, after Sandy Bridge is cheaper, I would buy a 100% new computer in 2012, that's why I just buy a E6500 to upgrade now.

i never owned an intel board so i wouldnt know,sorry
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Originally Posted by TehStranger?;11871017 
i never owned an intel board so i wouldnt know,sorry

Thanks. Hope someone has some idea.
    
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Originally Posted by j2ee;11871033 
Thanks. Hope someone has some idea.

do u have a friend with an lga775 motherboard u can test it on?
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