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 Post subject: Asus P5B Deluxe Speedstep
PostPosted: Thu Jan 25, 2007 4:10 am 
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I have an Asus P5B D-Wifi and I am trying to use speedstep/RMClock/CrystalCPUID whilst overclocking.

I have read the threads by smilingcrow but I am still struggling.

I have an E6400 and like to run it at 3.2GHz and 1.325v (stock vcore - droops to 1.256v under TAT load). In CPUz it states that speedstep is working and the vcore shows 1.05v (droop from 1.1v) but the temps and speedfan say otherwise.

If I run the cpu at stock settings RMClock works but it is not useful since I can manually set the vcore lower in BIOS (1.1v as opposed to 1.162v) since my processor is completely stable at 1.1v (1.05v true) up to and beyond 2.5GHZ

I was running the 0711 bios and am now using 0910 but the same problem prevails.

Can anybody help?


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Make sure in your BIOS disable SpeedStep and EIST. Otherwise you won't be able to use RMClock in OS. And disable Spread Spectrum as well.


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PostPosted: Fri Jan 26, 2007 3:09 am 
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Mmm they are, I can use EIST/RM/Crystal with under stock settings but not if I alter the cpu settings in bios (ie clock speed or vcore)


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