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Old 16-05-10, 11:40 AM
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Speedstep Problem

Hi Guys,

I'm having an issue with speedstep or Vista power management. Speedstep has been disabled in the bios but in Windows, the multiplier is dropped from 9 to 6 depending on load(Using cpu-z)

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core2duo e8400 @ stock speed

asus P5Ke wifi

Windows Vista 32bit


Disabled all overclocking as I thought it was an over heating issue, didn't fix!

Power saving mode in windows: High Performance


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Old 16-05-10, 11:48 AM
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have you disabled C1E aswell mate?
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Old 16-05-10, 12:02 PM
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Crikey! Solved it =D

Cheers bud.
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Old 16-05-10, 12:03 PM
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no probs mate! nice quick fix for u
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