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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD4 whining noise whith C-sates enabled

    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    What games do you play these days?
    Currently "ARMA II" and "Over Flanders Field", mainly.
    I play also, in a less frequent way, "Rise of Flight" and "Wings of Prey".
    But it depends on the mood. I'm also playing, slowly, "Mass Effect 2" and "Dragon Age".
    And you?

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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD4 whining noise whith C-sates enabled

    I don't game myself, but I do use games for benchmarks and reviews so I have several installed and others on hand. I do like Mass Effect though, very cool gaming concept!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lsdmeasap View Post
    I don't game myself, but I do use games for benchmarks and reviews so I have several installed and others on hand. I do like Mass Effect though, very cool gaming concept!
    Now that's a premier for me. Not that's wrong, but you're the first computer enthusiast that I met which don't game. I begun learning computers with a Time Sharing terminal. No monitor, just a text terminal, a modem and a puncher for the punched tape. Am I old?! That was back in 1980 and I was learning BASIC and COBOL. But my motivation was always the games. Even in those non monitor terminals, I'd spent some time playing games.
    I might be several months or even a couple of years without playing video games, but in the end it always come back. I think that gaming is my innermost motivation for still having some computer level of enthusiasm. If it wasn't that I would now be vomiting computers.
    One of my oldest clients is a man with 85 years old, and recently he confessed me, that the only time that he seems to forget about his age and his health problems is when he's playing video games in his PC. Without it he would have already died. It might sounds extreme but I believe that's true in his case.

    Sorry for the off-topic.

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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD4 whining noise whith C-sates enabled

    HAHA, Ya I suppose it is odd isn't it! I like games, I just do not play them because I am always too busy with other things and I know if I get started I will not be able to stop gaming to get everything else done.

    Na, not too old! I used to write in BASIC and DOS, and I miss the old REAL Floppy disks that were actually floppy (The 5 1/4 ones) from back in 80's. I can remember quite a few games I bought back them coming on 10 or 12 floppy disks, some I really miss and wish I could find too!

    Cool, 85 year old gamer still going strong! That's nice to hear, and I bet it does keep him going! Don't let him get addicted to myspace or facebook and he should live many more years to game!

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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD4 whining noise whith C-sates enabled

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    In this thread Tyr Antilles wrote:
    ...I have:
    - voltage set on BIOS manually - 1.131V...

    For me this removed the whine with power saving settings enabled. As a note: the voltage Tyr used was for an overclocked CPU, so the voltage might possibly be lowered when on stock settings.

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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD4 whining noise whith C-sates enabled

    Quote Originally Posted by rindert View Post
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    In this thread Tyr Antilles wrote:
    ...I have:
    - voltage set on BIOS manually - 1.131V...

    For me this removed the whine with power saving settings enabled. As a note: the voltage Tyr used was for an overclocked CPU, so the voltage might possibly be lowered when on stock settings.
    are you using windows 7? if you are you can disable c1e in the bios and use balanced power saving profile in win7,this will still throttle the cpu when idle the same as having c1e enabled but without the noise
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    Default Re: GA-P55A-UD4 whining noise whith C-sates enabled

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    are you using windows 7? if you are you can disable c1e in the bios and use balanced power saving profile in win7,this will still throttle the cpu when idle the same as having c1e enabled but without the noise
    I know. In fact I only started noticing whine after a couple of months when I was testing a new SSD. Because for that I switched power profile.

    Last week I installed operating system x. The whine changed character and this time would only disappear with a manually set CPU voltage. Making this is a welcomed 3rd way.
    Last edited by rindert; 04-26-2010 at 07:03 AM.

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