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post #1 of 16
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I've read the guides, I've touched everything.
Unsing an ASUS P8P67-M mobo (a piece of crap, I know) and a 2600k

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Turn off speedstep?
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I dont know about Sandy Bridge, but for the Core 2 series processors, I had to disable EIST (Enhanced Intel SpeedSTEP) in BIOS advanced options in my Mobo to keep my processor from downclocking.
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post #4 of 16
Set your short/long/core to 200/200/300 for 4.5 ghz oc, 255/255/300 if you're going higher.
post #5 of 16
turn off speedstep, c1e, etc. Turn off all the saving power features of the cpu and it should be static... but i've heard asus boards can't do that. You can try and see what happens
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Wouldn't that be the i core's turbo boost? So, yes, turn off SpeedStep in BIOS.
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post #7 of 16
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Doh!
Did that and finally stopped. Thanks.
I'm still getting awfull Gflops scores with LinX.
About 40Gflops @ 4.5Ghz, any ideas?
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post #8 of 16
Quote:
Originally Posted by gir1dhar;13049352 
Doh!
Did that and finally stopped. Thanks.
I'm still getting awfull Gflops scores with LinX.
About 40Gflops @ 4.5Ghz, any ideas?

What exactly did you do to disable speedstep, i tried to disable speedstep in bios but its still there
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Memory issue.
I did all the wrong shopping with this system. LOL
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post #10 of 16
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sushimaster;13049408 
What exactly did you do to disable speedstep, i tried to disable speedstep in bios but its still there

I disabled it in the BIOS. Now I see minor bounces +/- 10Mhz. It doesnt fall to 3.4Ghz anymore.

How do you check if it is still on?
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