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So I have successfully overclocked my system, ran prime 95 for 12 hours, stable with temps up to 59 degrees during stress test. It idles around 23-24 degrees.

However, I was about to have another stress test on OCCT, and realized my OC had disappeared and now my multiplier reverted to x12 instead of it being at x20, which completely diminishes my OC from ~4.1 GHz down to 2.3GHz.

I have successfully reclocked it, ran CPU-Z and show my OC to be active. I ran prime95 again and it passed. However, while I was using it I came back 5 minutes later to find my OC had disappeared AGAIN! Where is it going? Please help!

Note: I have tried to decrease my multiplier from 20 to 19 and increase my bus speed to 210-211 and that doesn't seem to help either.
 

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CPU Features: Intel SpeedStep Tech: <-----------should be "Disabled" also the "C1E" feature.

That's what it might be causing it to drop the multi


This ^^
 

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CPU Features: Intel SpeedStep Tech: <-----------should be "Disabled" also the "C1E" feature.

That's what it might be causing it to drop the multi


Yar, keep it enabled IMO.
 

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Yar, keep it enabled IMO.

If he does he will be unstable because its dropping his mhz down. Disable those 2 to stop that from happening.
 

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before commencing overclock, disabled must be intel speedstep and C1E my young padawan.
clock... drop it will, .. no more.

lol just saw yoda from starwars
 
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Note: I have tried to decrease my multiplier from 20 to 19 and increase my bus speed to 210-211 and that doesn't seem to help either.

If your system is stable at these settings, keep it this way
more FSB can increase overall system performance
Or you could of course try 211x20 which is also much better...
 
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