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Well I took my 1055T up to 3.5 GHz @ 1.425v (set in the BIOS). Upon checking CPU-Z, I can see my voltages stick at two settings, 1.424v and 1.408v when not under load.. is this normal? Clocks don't change, CnQ is off, C1E is off.

I've heard in the past that the 1055T's have an "onboard" CnQ that can't be disabled, but I'd like someone to confirm this for me
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I've heard in the past that the 1055T's have an "onboard" CnQ that can't be disabled, but I'd like someone to confirm this for me
Not true. That's Vdrop you're experiencing. I think.
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Not true. That's Vdrop you're experiencing. I think.
"Note: These chips also have a hardware form of CnQ that is not able to be disabled on some motherboards. However, this does not seem to have any impact on overclocks, so if you processor drops multiplier/vCore when idle, don't worry." - 1055T Owners Club.

I wanted to know about this since I've never seen it happen before I clocked it up to 3.5 GHz.

My board vdrop isn't too bad, the stock 1.325v goes to like 1.312v
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It's quite normal for mine to clock down from 14x to 4x with CnQ off in bios,
and it doesn't affect stability or anything.

It's actually good mine is at 3780Mhz atm but idles at 1080Mhz.

Vcore sits at about 1.2 when idle nice and cool, when I need more power it clocks up again, makes sense to be more efficient like this.
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It's quite normal for mine to clock down from 14x to 4x with CnQ off in bios,
and it doesn't affect stability or anything.

It's actually good mine is at 3780Mhz atm but idles at 1080Mhz.

Vcore sits at about 1.2 when idle nice and cool, when I need more power it clocks up again, makes sense to be more efficient like this.
Okay cool, thanks
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Okay cool, thanks
and Quiet.

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Okay cool, thanks
Never had one that could not be controlled by Bios. Cool N Quiet that is. Usually when I set my voltage, lets say 1.40v in Bios, with CnQ disabled my volt will get up to 1.42 or so, but never really go down more then .05-.1.
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