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Thread: Multiplier changing after EIST and Ce1 disabled




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    Default Multiplier changing after EIST and Ce1 disabled

    the multiplier for my <nobr>processor</nobr> speed keeps changing. I've found that its usually from some kind of throttling.

    BUT my multiplier is never above 7X. it usually varies from 4-7X, even while <nobr>running</nobr> heavy games so:
    7x 429
    or
    4x700 (is that even possible to have it running at 700Mhz?????????)

    heres what i've done so far:

    disabled EIST and CE1 in bios
    changed power scheme to always on
    changed all processor voltages from <nobr>auto</nobr> to recommended.
    Turned off thermal monitor

    The ONLY thing i can think of is when i set my multiplier it shows
    min = 6 (which isn't true i've seen it drop to 4)
    <nobr>max</nobr> = 9
    and there is a box where i enter a number and it just changes the max. I can't change anything else. its annoying!

    Pretty common mobo, maybe someone fixed this already??
    I guess what i'll do is post some pics of my bios in a couple hours, unless you guys have other ideas!


    Specs
    Gigabyte GA-ep45-ds3l
    <nobr>Intel</nobr> duo E8400 3.0 overclocked to 3.24
    Antec neopower 650 <nobr>watt</nobr>
    Sapphire Toxic HD 4850
    4 gig of pny ddr2 800
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    Default Re: Multiplier changing after EIST and Ce1 disabled

    Just found out that Everest was giving me wrong readings????

    CPU-Z says i'm running at 9X

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    Default Re: Multiplier changing after EIST and Ce1 disabled

    I was about to ask what you was using. What Everest Version are you using, as it should be correct unless it is very old. I use it on my P45 without issues Version 4.60.1500

    Or maybe you was just looking in the wrong place? If you are using a newer version what section was you looking in?

    But yes newest CPU-z should always be good!

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