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    Default i5 750 turbo mode always on

    Hello,

    Today I opened cpu-z and discovered that my i5 is running in turbo mode all the time, yesterday when i opened cpu-z it looked like this http://slike.hr/slike/c/cpu_fbe7e.jpg

    today like this all the time http://slike.hr/slike/g/gewgwegwe_5b328.jpg

    before when PC entered turbo mode he was on ~3.2GHz, after exiting application CPU went to x9 multiplier (1199MHz) as u can see in 1st picture, now he is in turbo when i turn on PC, and doing nothing.

    board is Gigabyte P55-USB3
    woriking on win7 x64 Ultimate build 7600

    help :<

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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    you need to disable intel turbo boost in the bios
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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    Did that yesterday, than he never goes to turbo mode, but issue is that when PC is on idle it won't go on x9 multiplier like he used to go, he just stays on turbo mode

    the problem is not turbo mode, problem is that when idle, he dont act like he is idle (suposed to be on x9 multiplier as shown on picture)

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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    What power plan are you choosing in control panel power options? I think you want balanced.

    Enable turbo in the BIOS, and then enable C1E and EIST

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    ohh you mean its not throttling when idle?? makesure c1e and eist is enabled in advanced cpu features in bios
    Gigabyte z77x UP4-TH F11c Modded Bios
    Intel i7 3770k 24/7@4.8ghz 1.38v Turbo llc +0.165v dvid multithreading enabled
    Samsung Green(MV-3V4G3D/US) 8GB @2133mhz 9-10-10-21-1t 1.55v
    Thermalright Silver Arrow Cpu Cooler
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    L.G E2260V L.E.D 1920x1080 Monitor
    Xfx Pro 750w silver rated Psu 80+
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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    ok, i think we will need to talk tomorrow about this, becouse I took PC to store where I buy PC and servicers dont know what is issue so PC is at them and i can't see what are mine bios,power options now.

    but here is picture I took few days ago, http://slike.hr/slike/b/bios5_36ca0.jpg

    and power options are default win7, dont know which but default (pc at servicers)

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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    ok PC at me, i set POWER SAVER in power options and now it's throttling good :D

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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    Nice to see it is all working properly now!

    Post back anytime if you need more help with anything

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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    Thanks for tip with power, but I have little issue now, when I turn on my PC, and log into windows I need to go to power options and press POWER SAVER to loose turboi mode although it is set to POWER SAVER, and than i just need to pres again on POWER SAVER and turbo throttling is well.

    I need to somehow set power saver to be enabled on startup if u understand me :S

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    Default Re: i5 750 turbo mode always on

    Do you mean in a Gigabyte program, or windows?

    If you mean in windows, there should be a "Restore Defaults" option for each plan when you click the change plan settings. Try that and reboot, then see if it is fixed.

    IF that is not what you mean, I still think I know what you mean though, tell me why you say you think you needed to do that each time anyway? I mean, what makes you notice that you needed to do it?

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