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Yes it's CnQ, but there's no reason you should change it, whenever you need the power from your cpu it'll clock up again.
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I tried and run so application like photoshop and deramweaver, but no response. But some tie it automatically shows 2800 Mhs 0r like that for few seconds. Is anything i have to change in BIOS.
"Cool'n'Quiet is a CPU speed throttling and power saving technology introduced by AMD with their Athlon 64 processor line. It works by reducing the processor's clock rate and voltage when the processor is idle. The aim of this technology is to reduce overall power consumption and lower heat generation, allowing for slower (thus quieter) cooling fan operation."


This means, when you need full processor power, your processor WILL USE FULL POWER.

When you don't need it (example running light applications) the processor will downclock itself.


Nothing wrong with your processor, just a feature that powersaves when fullpower isnt needed.

It's a pretty decent feature if you want to lower power consumtion.
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"Cool'n'Quiet is a CPU speed throttling and power saving technology introduced by AMD with their Athlon 64 processor line. It works by reducing the processor's clock rate and voltage when the processor is idle. The aim of this technology is to reduce overall power consumption and lower heat generation, allowing for slower (thus quieter) cooling fan operation."


This means, when you need full processor power, your processor WILL USE FULL POWER.

When you don't need it (example running light applications) the processor will downclock itself.


Nothing wrong with your processor, just a feature that powersaves when fullpower isnt needed.

It's a pretty decent feature if you want to lower power consumtion.
Ok i agree but Is my system is running at 3.2GHZ or 800MHZ?

I Over Clocked it , How can i check the performance.
    
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Ok i agree but Is my system is running at 3.2GHZ or 800MHZ?
Both.
As has been stated multiple times, if you don't have a significant demand for CPU power, CnQ will not upscale your frequency until a use threshold is achieved.

You might want to hold off on the overclocking until you
1) Are more familiar with the underlying technologies
2) Are able to accurately read the clock speed of your components
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To Nikkopo's post, I wasnt saying he shouldnt use cool n' quiet, I was saying that turning it off might allow his overclock to show properly.

Seriously, try turning off cool n' quiet, then check your overclock. It will probably show up then. If you want, you can then turn cool n' quiet on if you want.
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To Nikkopo's post, I wasnt saying he shouldnt use cool n' quiet, I was saying that turning it off might allow his overclock to show properly.

Seriously, try turning off cool n' quiet, then check your overclock. It will probably show up then. If you want, you can then turn cool n' quiet on if you want.

No hate mate, my post wasn't tied to you in any way
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Ok i will check it and tell.
    
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No hate mate, my post wasn't tied to you in any way
No offense was taken my friend, just making sure the OP knew what I meant by my earlier post.

PS: To OP, check out my Guide to Overclocking, I assume you are new to this and I think it would help.
Edited by stonedzen - 1/20/11 at 10:43am
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Your cpu is busted, send it to me and I'll fix it
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