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I have a 1090T and every time my multiplier gets to x19 CnQ turns off automatically. I want it to be enabled so if I'm not doing anything CPU intensive it will consume less energy.

Before I start messing about the base clock I just need to know if Cool n Quiet will work as long as the multiplier is 18 and below?

For example if I set mine to 235 x 18 for 4230 Mhz. Will this setting still have CnQ enabled?
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Cool n quiet doesn't play well with high OCs. In fact you should turn off cool n quiet + C1E if you are OCing at all.
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post #3 of 6
No, there is no need to turn of Cnq + C1E until it stops working; I run my OC with CnQ and C1E both enabled, didn't make a difference with both of them on or off at all. I prefer being energy saving also. And yes, it can stop working at higher multipliers. Perhaps try a bus clock of 240Mhz (assuming you run 1600Mhz Corsair Vengeance) and raising the multiplier as so.
post #4 of 6
C&C works till multiplier 18.
Keep it at 18 max and do the rest with FSB.

Disabling C&C is stupid.
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Ok thanks a lot!

Would it be better if I used a program like K10stat or phenommsrtweaker rather than just using CnQ?
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Ok thanks a lot!

Would it be better if I used a program like K10stat or phenommsrtweaker rather than just using CnQ?
No, basically anytime you can go without additional software, it's the way to go.
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