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Beg your pardon
You call the things said by respectable members of the OCN society like compuman, BradleyW and cl04k3d "ingnorance"???
Maybe you had a bad day but imho you should try to be more friendly.
Edit: No one here wrote that it will hurt to put it to 100.2...
Edited by Mr.Eiht - 4/21/11 at 5:46pm
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My bclk is at 104.3 running just fine.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by compuman145;13221147 
It's not a regular thing, the difference with sandybridge is your BCLK links into anything, you push it any further than 103 and you'll have serious issues with stability. That's even if your machine boots.

Comps

False, False, False. Binned Sandybridge boards can do 105-107MHz, the average P67 can do 103-105 but beyond that it may struggle. It all varies on the board and Processor. My max is 106 before I begin getting data corruption and BSOD's.

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Originally Posted by BradleyW;13221087 
You can only move in incriments of 1. You would have to set the BCLK to 101 from 100. It's very normal for the frequency to fluctuate between 0.2 and it's original speed. There is nothing wrong with your BCLK and everything you are seeing is suppose to happen. It's simply how computers just operate and it's also healthy to see this.



Sandybridge does indeed go by 0.1 increments.
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post #14 of 16
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Okay, so I moved it to 100.2 and now CPU-Z reads 100.2. tongue.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Mugabuga;13221049 
Okay, so I currently have the BCLK set to 100 in the BIOS, but CPU-Z only sees it as 99.8. If I move the BCLK up to 100.2 in the BIOS, would it fix this? And does the BCLK affect anything else?

A lot of board do run the BCLK at 99.98. Just bump it up a notch in BIOS to fix this.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by LethalRise750;13221664 
False, False, False. Binned Sandybridge boards can do 105-107MHz, the average P67 can do 103-105 but beyond that it may struggle. It all varies on the board and Processor. My max is 106 before I begin getting data corruption and BSOD's.
+1

I get 107.5 on mine!

**This was supposed to be with the above post, ah well....
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