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Old 02-02-14, 03:33 AM
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OK i finally cornered the problem! it's speed step! i read on intel's page that when speed step is one it'll scale performance to 0 and idle frequency at 800MHz, now the thing is , i can't seem to find speed step anywhere in the BIOS

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FOUND IT!! another spin through the manual told me where it was, I've disabled it, but still the speed is at 800MHz i started writing a cd and for a second it cranked to 3.5GHz and back to 800MHz

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Old 05-02-14, 11:04 AM
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go to the cpu options in main tab in bios and disable the c6,c7 states. also check the multiplier of the cpu i.e cpu ratio.
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Old 05-02-14, 11:22 AM
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OK i finally cornered the problem! it's speed step! i read on intel's page that when speed step is one it'll scale performance to 0 and idle frequency at 800MHz, now the thing is , i can't seem to find speed step anywhere in the BIOS

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FOUND IT!! another spin through the manual told me where it was, I've disabled it, but still the speed is at 800MHz i started writing a cd and for a second it cranked to 3.5GHz and back to 800MHz

If you had followed the guide you wouldnt have had these problems. Ive done all the hard work all you have to do is listen.


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Old 05-02-14, 02:49 PM
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It was nothing related to softwares, apparently the slow mode switch on the damn (useless) oc panel was on
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