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Thread: EP43-UD3L cpu multiplier stuck to 6 instead of 8.5




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    Default EP43-UD3L cpu multiplier stuck to 6 instead of 8.5(Resolved)

    Just build a new system with ep43-ud3l board
    intel Q9550 (8.5 multiplier)
    Vista ultimate 64Bit
    Updated bios to the latest using @bios(I know now it was a mistake)
    Everything is set to auto in bios and multiplier is at 8.5 in bios
    But cpu-z,everest,occt, shows multiplier at 6x with cpu running at 2000mhz
    instead of 2830mhz.
    What should I do now ,is the board defective

    Thanks for your patience.

    Found the problem:I disabled cpu-(C1E,EIST)
    Last edited by dfortune; 06-30-2009 at 04:09 AM. Reason: Resolved

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    Chike is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: EP43-UD3L cpu multiplier stuck to 6 instead of 8.5

    The CPU mulriplier changes according to needs (load), at idle it drops to the lowest possible multiplier.
    It should go up under load.

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    Default Re: EP43-UD3L cpu multiplier stuck to 6 instead of 8.5

    Just did a test run with OCCT for 5 minutes it stays at 6x with 4 cores at around 98%.

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    Chike is offline Senior Member
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    Default Re: EP43-UD3L cpu multiplier stuck to 6 instead of 8.5

    Did you load optimized defalts after the update?
    I have updated mine with @bios too (if it doesn't wotk it shouldn't be on the disk LOL) and it seems to worrk fine.

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