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    Default Re: I can't disable EIST

    the new version of cpu-z also shows the multi changing only easytune and older cpu-z shows at it stay at 21
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    Default Re: I can't disable EIST

    Ahh, sorry I guess I missed that.

    Well, hopefully it is just one of the other issues/causes I mention then.

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    I'm overclocking through the bios, I'm currently using firmware Fd4, I've also tried FA,FB and FC5. I'm pretty sure it's not an ES because I bought it at Microcenter. Would CPU-z identify it if it was? These are my BIOS settings.


    CPU Clock ratio.......................... 20
    CPU frequency........................... 3.60 (180x20)
    BCLK frequency.......................... 180
    performance enhance.................. standard
    system memmory multiplier........... 6.0
    Dram timing selectable................. auto
    load line calibration..................... disabled
    CPU Vcore................................ 1.28581v
    QPI/VTT................................... 1.280v
    IOH core................................... auto
    dram voltage.............................. 1.500v (all other voltages auto)

    Advanced CPU Features
    CPU Clock Ratio ......................... 20
    Intel Turbo Boost Tech................ enabled
    CPU cores enabled...................... all
    CPU multi threading..................... enabled
    CPU enhanced halt...................... disabled
    C3/C6/C7 state support............... disabled
    CPU thermal monitor.................... enabled
    CPU EIST function....................... disabled
    Bi directional prochot................... enabled
    virtualization technology............... disabled

    Uncore and QPI Features
    QPI link speed............................ 6.48
    QPI clock ratio........................... x36
    uncore frequency....................... 2340 Mhz
    uncore clock ratio...................... x13



    As you can see here the EIST box in Turbo i7 is checked even though EIST is disabled in BIOS
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    Default Re: I can't disable EIST

    Ya, it's not an ES. CPU-z would show that, and you wouldn't have got one at microcenter anyway.

    You did not list C1E in your BIOS settings, do you also have this disabled?

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    I think 1.28581v is too much for a D0's vcore mate on a 180bclk.
    Try using the "normal" option or start testing from a lower vcore, lets say 1.16v and above.

    Put 1.65v on the rams also. They might be underclocked but they are running on a 180bclk.

    Try disabling the "CPU thermal monitor" and the "Bi directional prochot".

    You could also try leaving both QPI link speed and uncore clock ratio on "auto".

    I m not familiar with the "ES CPUs" Lsd mentioned so no remarks on that.

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    Default Re: I can't disable EIST

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    You did not list C1E in your BIOS settings, do you also have this disabled?
    And btw, this is what does the trick.
    With C1E disabled the multi doesnt drop even if EIST is enabled.

    So where is it in your settings?
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    Default Re: I can't disable EIST

    whats an ES???

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    Well I've given up trying to use turbo mode, it just wont hold the 21 multi and I've tried everything including different OS's. I didn't have any problem with my C0, but these 2 D0's just wont turbo. It's really a shame to because this chip runs fine with a twenty multi, 4.2 Ghz with 1.35 vcore and 1.24 QPI. I'll drop it to 4.1 Ghz for 24/7 usage. I'm sure I could run it at 4.2 Ghz with much lower voltage with a 21 multiplier. but 4.1 Ghz aint too shabby and I'm OK with that. It's just annoying wondering what could of been if turbo worked.
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