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I am using intel mothboard DG41TY with E6500CPU BSEL 2.93Ghz to 3.66Ghz. I have updated to the latest bios. The Ghz in windows XP is correct and has no problem, but the Bios just always shows 2.93Ghz. Is that normal?
    
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Normal, not really, if you're looking at it right. My UD5 shows my i5 at 2.67(stock) at the information screen, but under the OC features, it will tell me what my OC is at. If cpuz is showing the correct info and temps are fine, dont worry about it.
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Normal, not really, if you're looking at it right. My UD5 shows my i5 at 2.67(stock) at the information screen, but under the OC features, it will tell me what my OC is at. If cpuz is showing the correct info and temps are fine, dont worry about it.
You are using Gigabyte mothboard, no doubt it will show you everything and let you OC

Intel motherboard doesn't even let me OC with bios, so may be a lot different from gigabytes.
    
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You are using Gigabyte mothboard, no doubt it will show you everything and let you OC

Intel motherboard doesn't even let me OC with bios, so may be a lot different from gigabytes.
So, you updated bios to try to OC but it shows the stock speeds in bios correct? Check cpuz and see if the OC shows up there. If not, try another bios or go back to the original and save up for a new board to OC on.
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So, you updated bios to try to OC but it shows the stock speeds in bios correct? Check cpuz and see if the OC shows up there. If not, try another bios or go back to the original and save up for a new board to OC on.
As I said intel motherboard like this one would allow me to OC through motherboard, I OC with BSEL. So basically I hardcore the cpu to OC it. There is no OC option in the bios.
    
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As I said intel motherboard like this one would allow me to OC through motherboard, I OC with BSEL. So basically I hardcore the cpu to OC it. There is no OC option in the bios.
OOOOOOps i missed that. Jeez, i would never have the guts to do a bsel mod. But anyway, i would doubt that bios would update the clock with that kind of mod anyway, so as long as its stable and its running at that speed in windows, you should be fine.
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OOOOOOps i missed that. Jeez, i would never have the guts to do a bsel mod. But anyway, i would doubt that bios would update the clock with that kind of mod anyway, so as long as its stable and its running at that speed in windows, you should be fine.
Actually it is not scary at all, very easy.

May be someone can share his intel motherboard experience then easy to tell if it is normal or not.
    
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As I said intel motherboard like this one would allow me to OC through motherboard, I OC with BSEL. So basically I hardcore the cpu to OC it. There is no OC option in the bios.
*** does "i hardcore the cpu to OC it" mean?
    
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*** does "i hardcore the cpu to OC it" mean?
http://www.overclock.net/intel-cpus/...mod-guide.html
That. pretty intense.
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Yes I saw it before and my current cpu is my second cpu using bsel mode. When I bought my intel motherboard, I forgot to think about it doesn't have OC ability. I would love to have gigabyte board and just crazy OC thought bios ha ha!
    
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