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AIDA64 wrong multiplier

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Hi,
I got myself a sandy bridge 2500K and I have overclocked it, but since then, CPU-Z (and AIDA64) doesnt show the actual multiplier, but the overclocked one. TMonitor still shows actuall frequency. I had EIST enabled and C1E disabled, but disabling EIST made no change. I know it isnt big of a problem, but I would like to see the real frequency on my Logitech keyboard LCD (through AIDA64). When CPU was on stock frequencies, AIDA64 was showing the actuall frequency allright.

Do you have any advice how to make it right? Thnaks smile.gif
Edited by Mr.Katana - 1/31/11 at 10:58am
post #2 of 5
What multi is set in your BIOS? Maybe posting some screen shots of CPUz etc as well.
post #3 of 5
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There is 45x multiplier now. It shows 45x multiplier, but even when it goes on 16x in idle.
I would like to correct myself, I am not sure what CPU-Z was showing when on stock (maybe it didnt show 16x multiplier either), but AIDA64 sure did show the actual frequency and actual multiplier which is 16x in idle and then rising towards 45x which is set in BIOS.

EDIT

ehh, wrong screenshot, but never mind, there are only different numbers, but the idea is the same. When ideling in windows, it should show 16x and like 1.6Ghz. I am interested mostly in AIDA64 to show the actual multiplier, because I have it on my Logitech G15 LCD....
Edited by Mr.Katana - 1/31/11 at 6:09am
post #4 of 5
I'm confused a little here. Do you want the chip not to downclock when it idles, or do you want monitoring programs to always show your load multiplier?

If the former, then turn off EIST (SpeedStep) and turn windows Power Management settings to High Performance for good measure.
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There is nothing wrong with the chip or how it runs. I want it how it is - downclocking when idle.

I just want to see in AIDA64 the real frequency of the processor in real time. When the CPU was on stock frequency, AIDA64 showed me 1600Mhz when idle and when stressed, it showed me 3.3Ghz for example. Now it shows 4.5Ghz all the time, even when idle. So its not as much about the CPU as about the AIDA64
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