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I have a strange issue that just started, I noticed I heard some fans ramping up and down and thought it was one of my gpu's, turns out it wasn't but it was my fans on my H70 radiator (scythe 1900rpm). The weird thing is I have them set to full on in bios and the rpm's in hardware monitor in bios and windows show constant proper rpm?
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post #1752 of 1839
keep rolllin rollin rolllin
Edited by B-13 - 3/19/13 at 5:46am
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If I paint the I/O shield, will be any problem with the warranty?

Thanks.
post #1755 of 1839
Uhmmm I doubt it, in my past experience sending mobo's for RMAs. I never had to sent the I/O sheild smile.gif





Other than that, anyone have a 3570k OC'd to 4.5? I had the same issue when i had 2500k.. I could never get it pass 4.2-4.4.
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post #1756 of 1839
Hi Guys,
I have a question. I have the P67 Extreme6 my CPU keeps .fluctucating
I know that can be fixed with the Turbo Boost powewr limit in the BIOS, so it will hold steady.
I have the newest BIOS 2.10 and it isn,t there. They probably changed the setting to something else.
Can anyone HELP. I think gdonner has the same board. Do ya know anything outthere
Edited by WillyG - 9/17/12 at 9:44pm
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Originally Posted by WillyG View Post

Hi Guys,
I have a question. I have the P67 Extreme6 my CPU keeps .fluctucating
I know that can be fixed with the Turbo Boost powewr limit in the BIOS, so it will hold steady.
I have the newest BIOS 2.10 and it isn,t there. They probably changed the setting to something else.
Can anyone HELP. I think gdonner has the same board. Do ya know anything outthere

It sounds like speed step is working properly, disable that if you want to stay at max clocks all the time. Playing around with the power limits has nothing to do with it.
post #1758 of 1839
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It sounds like speed step is working properly, disable that if you want to stay at max clocks all the time. Playing around with the power limits has nothing to do with it.


I disable "Intel speed step technology". It still does it.
post #1759 of 1839
You need to disable the appropriate C state related settings as well.
Edited by Velathawen - 9/18/12 at 5:42am
post #1760 of 1839
The reason I am asking is I ran Passmark Benchmark to see what my GPU score was, when it finished it showed
my CPU was running at 1.9.
I would think if you are running a benchmark the CPU would running all the way up which would be 3.3 in my case
It made me wonder what it does when I'm play a game. If the CPU is backing down when it should be staying up high.
Edited by WillyG - 9/18/12 at 7:25am
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