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Just wondering if this is NORMAL and caused by something in the BIOS similar to what AMD has known as "Cool and Quiet", and where I can disable it... Or if it's actually good. Just wondering if this is supposed to happen.
there won't be, The processor will ramp up to full speeds when its in use by other applications that need it more. Its essentially the exact same thing as AMD's Cool n' Quiet
    
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Enable it after you finalize your OC.
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post #13 of 13
In some cases turning off Speed Step (and the rest of the power saving features) can increase stability when overlocking so yea, I agree with 2thAche, disable them all, and then when you find a stable overclock, enable them and see if it's still stable.

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