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Thread: X58A-UD3R I7/960 running too hot, baffled




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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R I7/960 running too hot, baffled

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    so the cpu runs at full speed and 1.275v all the time??

    powersaving is in the bios it allows the cpu to automatically downclock itself in speed and voltages at idle,then if you stress the cpu in gaming/video editing ect it switches to full speed/voltages

    dvid is dynamic voltage control it allows you to adjust cpu v and still let the cpu downclock at idle,fixed/manual cpu voltage wont allow the cpu to idle/powersave it will run at whatever you manually set the cpu v to

    powersaving is eist,c1e and c3/c6 powersaving states in the bios

    if the cpu is running at a constant 1.25v and full speed then the temps seem about right,you can improve idle temps a lot if you enable powersaving,and improve temps more if you undervolt the cpu

    also set to balanced power profile in windows 8 power saving options
    powersaving is in the bios < Well after googling for it this is what I found on the net
    X58A-UD3R I7/960 running too hot, baffled-powersaveoffjs9-gif
    however the BIOS I am running (FH) does not have those two highlighted areas in it for some reason.
    How exactly do I undervolt this BIOS?....do I do this in EasyTune 6?
    Would this be a good guide?

    As you suggested I set to balanced power profile.
    Last edited by Jasagna; 02-23-2014 at 01:39 AM.

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    Default Re: X58A-UD3R I7/960 running too hot, baffled

    when you load cpu-z program does it stay at constant 1.275v or does it switch to less than 1v? if so then power saving is working,if not try a previous bios as it might be locked out on fh bios

    undervolt it through the bios,first set cpu v to normal in the cpu voltage list,this unlocks dvid for adjustment,then set negative to take off voltage so -0.0200v will take off 0.0200v making 1.255v instead of 1.275v
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