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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Here's that BIOS template.

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      MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.) 
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      Robust Graphics Booster ..............: [Auto]
      CPU Clock Ratio ......................: [10X]
      x Fine CPU Clock Ratio................: +0.5
      CPU Frequency ........................: 2.80GHz( 266x10.5)
      ********** Clock Chip Control ********
      >>>>>  Standard Clock Control
      CPU Host Clock Control................: [Disabled]
      x CPU Host Frequency(Mhz).............: [266]
      PCI Express Frequency(Mhz)............: [Auto]
      C.I.A.2...............................: [Disabled]
      >>>>> Advanced Clock Control..........: [Press Enter] 
      <st1:street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">CPU Clock Drive</st1:address></st1:street>.......................: [700mV]
      <st1:street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">PCI Express   Clock Drive</st1:address></st1:street>...............: [700mV]
      CPU Clock Skew........................: [  0ps]
      MCH Clock Skew........................: [  0ps]
      ******** DRAM Performance Control ********
      Performance Enhance...................: [Turbo]
      Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.)........: [Auto]
      (G)MCH Frequency Latch................: [Auto]
      System Memory Multiplier (SPD)........: [Auto]
      Memory Frequency(Mhz).....1066.........: 1066
      DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)..........: [Auto]
      >>>>> Standard Timing Control
      x CAS Latency Time................5...: [Auto]
      x tRCD ...........................5...: [Auto]
      x tRP.............................5...: [Auto]
      x tRAS...........................15...: [Auto]
      >>>>> Advanced Timing Control.........: [Press Enter] 
      x tRRD............................4...: [Auto]
      x tWTR............................4...: [Auto]
      x tWR............................13...: [Auto]
      x tRFC...........................68...: [Auto]
      x tRTP............................4...: [Auto]
      x Command Rate (CMD) .............0...: [Auto]
      >>>>> Channel A Timing Settings.......: [Press Enter] 
      x Static tRead Value..............4...: [Auto]
      x tRD Phase0 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase1 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase2 Adjustment ..........1...: Auto
      x tRD Phase3 Adjustment...........1...: Auto
      x Trd2rd(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2wr(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2rd(Different Rank)..........7...: Auto
      x Trd2wr(Same/Diff Rank)..........9...: Auto
      x DIMM1 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DIMM2 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DDR Write Training..................: Auto
      >>>>> Channel A Driving Settings......: [Press Enter] 
      x Driving Strength Profile............: [Auto]
      x Data Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Up level...........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Up Level...........: Auto
      x Data Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Down level.........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Down Level.........: Auto
      >>>>> Channel B Timing Settings.......: [Press Enter] 
      x Static tRead Value..............4...: [Auto]
      x tRD Phase0 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase1 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase2 Adjustment ..........1...: Auto
      x tRD Phase3 Adjustment...........1...: Auto
      x Trd2rd(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2wr(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2rd(Different Rank)..........7...: Auto
      x Trd2wr(Same/Diff Rank)..........9...: Auto
      x DIMM1 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DIMM2 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DDR Write Training..................: Auto
      >>>>> Channel B Driving Settings......: [Press Enter] 
      x Driving Strength Profile............: [Auto]
      x Data Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Up level...........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Up Level...........: Auto
      x Data Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Down level.........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Down Level.........: Auto
      ****** Motherboard Voltage Control ******
      Voltage Types..........<st1:city w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Normal</st1:place></st1:city>...........Current
      -----------------------------------------------
      >>> CPU
      CPU Vcore..............1.28750V.......: [Auto]
      CPU Termination........1.200V.........: [Auto]
      CPU Reference..........0.805V.........: [Auto]
      >>> MCH/ICH
      MCH Core...............1.100V.........: [Auto]
      ICH I/O................1.550V.........: [Auto]
      >>> DRAM
      DRAM Voltage...........1.800V.........: [Auto]
      ******** Advanced BIOS Features ********
      Hard Disk Boot Priority...............: [Press Enter]
      First Boot Device.....................: [CDROM]
      Second Boot Device....................: [USB-HDD]
      Third Boot Device.....................: [Hard Disk]
      Password Check........................: [Setup]
      HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability.............: [Enabled]
      Limit CPUID Max. to 3.................: [Disabled]
      No-Execute Memory Protect.............: [Enabled]
      CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)...............: [Enabled]
      C2/C2E State Support..................: [Disabled]
      x C4/C4E State Support................: Disabled
      CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) ...........: [Enabled]
      CPU EIST Function.....................: [Disabled]
      Delay for HDD (secs)..................: [0]
      Full Screen LOGO Show.................: [Enabled]
      Init Display First....................: [PCI]
    Right now I'm not too interested in getting a huge overclock on this thing (that'll be later). I'm mostly looking to go to about 3 GHz. I felt the automatic CPU vcore was a bit high (1.36 V) when I bumped to 333 FSB and a 10 X multiplier. Any idea where to start for voltages for 3 GHz?

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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Quote Originally Posted by kornfan71 View Post
    Here's that BIOS template.

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      CPU Clock Drive.......................: [700mV]
      PCI Express   Clock Drive...............: [700mV]
    As I learn from Psycho101 this may indicate you have loaded safe defaults instead optimized, which of the two was it?
    Another screen capture of CPU-Z, EasyTune advanced voltage, and MemSet main and SPD windows could help.
    And your system specs with link to the memory page in your signature may help too.

    I was hoping you have a low VID based on the first CPU capture, seems to be just a huge vdrop

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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Quote Originally Posted by Chike View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by kornfan71 View Post
    Here's that BIOS template.

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      CPU Clock Drive.......................: [700mV]
      PCI Express   Clock Drive...............: [700mV]
    As I learn from Psycho101 this may indicate you have loaded safe defaults instead optimized, which of the two was it?
    Hmmm... I have just realised we have the same mobo (see why the sig is needed?) and I never seen mine at 700mV they are always 800mV safe or optimized defaults, may as well be the BIOS version.

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    I agree with Chike. It would be a good idea to load optimized defaults and then re-post your settings. It shouldn't take as long this time, as likely all that will change is the clock drive settings.

    Remember to write your current settings down and re-enter them manually. If you load them back from a saved profile it will restore the clock drive to fail safe settings and also there are hidden (non user adjustable) settings that may be restored to failsafe too.

    Because you're at 2.8GHz stock and the bottleneck thresshold for me was 3.4GHz, you'd still see a tidy increase when going to 3.0GHz, much more benefit than you would have thought possible for 200MHz. Things like SuperPI 1m and Everest RAM benchmark may not change much, but game frame rates will be disproportionally higher compared to the increase in speed.

    @Chike: The reason you see a very low Vcore on Kornfan71's CPU-Z shot is because he has set an Auto Vcore, and C1E + SpeedStep is reducing the voltage. This is normal. For instance I've seen my Q8200 go as low as 0.98V when down-clocked to 1998MHz (333*6). A voltage decrease (so I'm told from my research into setting lower 2D GF|X clocks) has much more impact on power saving than a MHz drop, and when both are combined, you get the optimal power saving ofc.

    When you are able to update your settings after loading optimized defaults Kornfan71, myself, Chike and others should be able to give you a couple of profiles for eg 3.00GHz, 3.4GHz and maybe 3.6GHz+ depending on how lucky you got with the quality of your CPU. Every one varies a bit, and Chike (as you can see from the low voltage he runs) has an exceptional processor IMO. I need 1.325V to do the same speed as him (3.4GHz).
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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101 View Post
    Things like SuperPI 1m and Everest RAM benchmark may not change much, but game frame rates will be disproportionally higher compared to the increase in speed.
    SuprPI will show a great change I believe, memory benchmarks are not that important. According to a progress table I keep I gained 20% with IBT/LinX going from 2.66GHz to 3.1GHz.
    More GFlops means higher frame rates. Video games do extensive use of floating point arithmetic and smart drivers/applications (which means most of them) prefech data while busy doing calculations and therefore are not eeffected by memory bandwidth/latency that much.
    As for his needs we need to see what video card he has.

    Quote Originally Posted by Psycho101
    Every one varies a bit, and Chike (as you can see from the low voltage he runs) has an exceptional processor IMO.
    Oh it does 3.9GHz at ~1.296v idle :-) not stable but it still have plenty of room even to 1.3625v, but this I leave for the winter.

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    Going from 2.8GHz to 3Ghz was my means of comparison for SuperPi. What I meant was 200MHz extra speed only shaves maybe 2 seconds +/- a bit off the time. If the OP were to OC to say 3.9GHz then the difference would be bigger. SuperPi, unlike game frame rates, always scales, regardless of how much you increase speeds. It will use all the CPU speed you can give it, which is why it's a good benchie to use when comparing clocks.

    Sure, I understand we need to know what video card kornfan71's using, but I've experienced CPU bottlenecks with alot of recent cards. From the low end NVidia 9500/ ATi 4300, to my mid end 4850, to a 285GTX and definitely with SLI and Crossfire. I don't think there's a processor out that's capable of fully feeding two GTX 295's or CrossfireX'd 4870 X2's for instance.

    Don't take my examples of GFX scaling with CPU speed as definite, more of an indication of how much it can make a difference and how it's overlooked to a certain point in favour of getting a new GFX card etc.

    As for your chip, you definitely have a really good piece of silicone there. As I mentioned in a previous thread, it's possible it was intended for the E8xxx pile but had too much non functional cache etc. I wish mine did that speed on those kind of voltages! I notice that all E7400 E7500 and E7600 have one stepping and E7200 and E7300 have a different stepping. Maybe that has something to do with it.

    Still waiting on your updated settings kornfan71. Post them when you have chance and lets see about making that chip run a little faster.
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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Hey, sorry I'm so late. I've been busy. Loaded optimal settings everywhere in MIT, only thing that changed were the clock drives (I optimized the rest already, just had no idea that it didn't get sub-menus). Both at 800 mV now, as opposed to 700.

    I've been running Crysis benchmarks (all Very High, DirectX 10, 1280x1024), and my best FPS was at 2.8 GHz with C1E and EIST disabled. Bumping to 3 GHz (333 FSB, 9x mult) gave me slightly lower averages, and lower Minimum/Maximum FPS. Not to mention temps got higher. I don't wanna sound too stupid, but, why?

    And I finally got around to that sig too...

    Here's a few screens from CPU-Z:








    The last one (SPD) appears incorrect, seeing as my RAM is PC2-8500.

    I'm not looking for the ultimate OC, for many reasons (like, "I'm not getting an aftermarket CPU cooler right now). I mostly just would like to know a good place to start, where I'd see good results in the Crysis benchmarks as well (which I have saved if needed).
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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Quote Originally Posted by kornfan71 View Post
    Hey, sorry I'm so late. I've been busy. Loaded optimal settings everywhere in MIT, only thing that changed were the clock drives (I optimized the rest already, just had no idea that it didn't get sub-menus). Both at 800 mV now, as opposed to 700.
    Might have chnaged things we don't see, always a good idea to start from optimized defaults.

    Quote Originally Posted by kornfan71
    I've been running Crysis benchmarks (all Very High, DirectX 10, 1280x1024), and my best FPS was at 2.8 GHz with C1E and EIST disabled. Bumping to 3 GHz (333 FSB, 9x mult) gave me slightly lower averages, and lower Minimum/Maximum FPS. Not to mention temps got higher. I don't wanna sound too stupid, but, why?
    Without the template with your settings we can only guess *hint*

    Quote Originally Posted by kornfan71
    The last one (SPD) appears incorrect, seeing as my RAM is PC2-8500.
    It is correct, PC2-8500 (8500MB/s) DDR-1066 (DDR - Double Data Rate, twice data as memory clock,) clock = 533MHz.


    EDIT: oh I see how you mean now, the PC2-6400. Well it's not PC2-8500 perse. You can see the 1066 profile is an EPP (Enhanced Performance Profile,) and not JEDEC. One of the reasons for it I could think of is that it would have to be 1.8v to be in a DDR2 JEDEC profile.
    Last edited by Chike; 07-24-2009 at 11:12 AM.

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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    OK, full updated BIOS template after loading optimized settings:

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      MB Intelligent Tweaker(M.I.T.) 
      ******************************
      Robust Graphics Booster ..............: [Auto]
      CPU Clock Ratio ......................: [10X]
      x Fine CPU Clock Ratio................: +0.5
      CPU Frequency ........................: 2.80GHz( 266x10.5)
      ********** Clock Chip Control ********
      >>>>>  Standard Clock Control
      CPU Host Clock Control................: [Disabled]
      x CPU Host Frequency(Mhz).............: [266]
      PCI Express Frequency(Mhz)............: [Auto]
      C.I.A.2...............................: [Disabled]
      >>>>> Advanced Clock Control..........: [Press Enter] 
      <st1:street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">CPU Clock Drive</st1:address></st1:street>.......................: [800mV]
      <st1:street w:st="on"><st1:address w:st="on">PCI Express   Clock Drive</st1:address></st1:street>...............: [800mV]
      CPU Clock Skew........................: [  0ps]
      MCH Clock Skew........................: [  0ps]
      ******** DRAM Performance Control ********
      Performance Enhance...................: [Turbo]
      Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.)........: [Auto]
      (G)MCH Frequency Latch................: [Auto]
      System Memory Multiplier (SPD)........: [Auto]
      Memory Frequency(Mhz).....1066.........: 1066
      DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)..........: [Auto]
      >>>>> Standard Timing Control
      x CAS Latency Time................5...: [Auto]
      x tRCD ...........................5...: [Auto]
      x tRP.............................5...: [Auto]
      x tRAS...........................15...: [Auto]
      >>>>> Advanced Timing Control.........: [Press Enter] 
      x tRRD............................4...: [Auto]
      x tWTR............................4...: [Auto]
      x tWR............................13...: [Auto]
      x tRFC...........................68...: [Auto]
      x tRTP............................4...: [Auto]
      x Command Rate (CMD) .............0...: [Auto]
      >>>>> Channel A Timing Settings.......: [Press Enter] 
      x Static tRead Value..............4...: [Auto]
      x tRD Phase0 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase1 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase2 Adjustment ..........1...: Auto
      x tRD Phase3 Adjustment...........1...: Auto
      x Trd2rd(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2wr(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2rd(Different Rank)..........7...: Auto
      x Trd2wr(Same/Diff Rank)..........9...: Auto
      x DIMM1 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DIMM2 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DDR Write Training..................: Auto
      >>>>> Channel A Driving Settings......: [Press Enter] 
      x Driving Strength Profile............: [Auto]
      x Data Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Up level...........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Up Level...........: Auto
      x Data Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Down level.........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Down Level.........: Auto
      >>>>> Channel B Timing Settings.......: [Press Enter] 
      x Static tRead Value..............4...: [Auto]
      x tRD Phase0 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase1 Adjustment...........0...: Auto
      x tRD Phase2 Adjustment ..........1...: Auto
      x tRD Phase3 Adjustment...........1...: Auto
      x Trd2rd(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2wr(Different Rank)..........8...: Auto
      x Twr2rd(Different Rank)..........7...: Auto
      x Trd2wr(Same/Diff Rank)..........9...: Auto
      x DIMM1 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DIMM2 Clock Skew Control (ps).......: Auto
      x DDR Write Training..................: Auto
      >>>>> Channel B Driving Settings......: [Press Enter] 
      x Driving Strength Profile............: [Auto]
      x Data Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Up level...........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Up Level..........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Up Level...........: Auto
      x Data Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Cmd Driving Pull-Down level.........: Auto
      x Ctrl Driving Pull-Down Level........: Auto
      x Clk Driving Pull-Down Level.........: Auto
      ****** Motherboard Voltage Control ******
      Voltage Types..........<st1:city w:st="on"><st1:place w:st="on">Normal</st1:place></st1:city>...........Current
      -----------------------------------------------
      >>> CPU
      CPU Vcore..............1.28750V.......: [Auto]
      CPU Termination........1.200V.........: [Auto]
      CPU Reference..........0.805V.........: [Auto]
      >>> MCH/ICH
      MCH Core...............1.100V.........: [Auto]
      ICH I/O................1.550V.........: [Auto]
      >>> DRAM
      DRAM Voltage...........1.800V.........: [Auto]
      ******** Advanced BIOS Features ********
      Hard Disk Boot Priority...............: [Press Enter]
      First Boot Device.....................: [CDROM]
      Second Boot Device....................: [USB-HDD]
      Third Boot Device.....................: [Hard Disk]
      Password Check........................: [Setup]
      HDD S.M.A.R.T. Capability.............: [Enabled]
      Limit CPUID Max. to 3.................: [Disabled]
      No-Execute Memory Protect.............: [Enabled]
      CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)...............: [Enabled]
      C2/C2E State Support..................: [Disabled]
      x C4/C4E State Support................: Disabled
      CPU Thermal Monitor 2(TM2) ...........: [Enabled]
      CPU EIST Function.....................: [Disabled]
      Delay for HDD (secs)..................: [0]
      Full Screen LOGO Show.................: [Enabled]
      Init Display First....................: [PCI]
    Hopefully today I'll be on enough to respond quicker!
    My rig:
    Cooler Master Storm Sniper Black Edition
    Thermaltake W0229RU 750W Modular PSU
    Gigabyte GA-890FXA-UD5, BIOS F1
    AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition, 3.2 GHz
    G.Skill DDR3-1600 2x2 GB (F3-12800CL6D-4GBPI)
    Gigabyte GTX 470 1280 MB

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    Default Re: CPU Frequencies in BIOS and OS don't match

    Quote Originally Posted by kornfan71 View Post
    [/CODE]Hopefully today I'll be on enough to respond quicker!
    There is no rush at all.

    For a 3GHz overclock the following should do
    Code:
      CPU Clock Ratio ......................: [9X]
      x Fine CPU Clock Ratio................: +0.0
    
      CPU Host Clock Control................: [Enabled]
      x CPU Host Frequency(Mhz).............: [333]
      PCI Express Frequency(Mhz)............: [100]
    
      Performance Enhance...................: [Standard]
      Extreme Memory Profile(X.M.P.)........: [Auto/profile1]
    
      System Memory Multiplier (SPD)........: [3.20B]
      Memory Frequency(Mhz).....1066.........: 1066
      DRAM Timing Selectable (SPD)..........: [Manual]
    
      Static tRead Value..............4...: [8] (7, 6, or even 5 may do, see later)
    
      Driving Strength Profile............: [1066]
    
      CPU Vcore..............1.28750V.......: [1.28750] (increase if needed)
      CPU Termination........1.200V.........: [1.200]
    
    
      MCH Core...............1.100V.........: [1.200] (1.1 may be enough, check after stability)
    
      DRAM Voltage...........1.800V.........: [2.00] (2.1 if BIOS does not over volt, check HW Monitor after boot)
    
      CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)...............: [Disabled]
      CPU EIST Function.....................: [Disabled] (was disabled by default?)
    
      Full Screen LOGO Show.................: [Disabled] (personal preference)

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