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How to disable turbo mode for intel processors in UEFI Bios w/o having it auto enable turbo mode?

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August 8, 2013 1:06:06 PM

Hi, I am currently trying to overclock my CPU and in the UEFI Bios, i disabled turbo mode, and put the CPU Ratio to 42, but whenever I put anything above the default clock speed of my CPU (3.4ghz) it automatically enables turbo mode and greys it out so I cannot disable it.

Is this some kind of fail-safe feature that cannot be bypassed, or is there a way to bypass this?

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August 8, 2013 1:59:29 PM

It's greying it out, not locking it into enabled. What should happen is when you go into your system now it will always run at 3.5 and not clock lower than that.
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August 8, 2013 2:31:58 PM

burdenbound said:
It's greying it out, not locking it into enabled. What should happen is when you go into your system now it will always run at 3.5 and not clock lower than that.


Will disabling enhanced intel speedstep technology have any negative effects if I go past the default clock speed?
Edit: Or should I just leave that enabled?
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August 8, 2013 2:36:14 PM

Xanek said:
burdenbound said:
It's greying it out, not locking it into enabled. What should happen is when you go into your system now it will always run at 3.5 and not clock lower than that.


Will disabling enhanced intel speedstep technology have any negative effects if I go past the default clock speed?
Edit: Or should I just leave that enabled?


I would just leave it at its default value.
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August 8, 2013 2:39:52 PM

burdenbound said:
Xanek said:
burdenbound said:
It's greying it out, not locking it into enabled. What should happen is when you go into your system now it will always run at 3.5 and not clock lower than that.


Will disabling enhanced intel speedstep technology have any negative effects if I go past the default clock speed?
Edit: Or should I just leave that enabled?


I would just leave it at its default value.

So basically leave it enabled? Reading that it uatomatically does voltage clocking, so I guess that would be a bad idea to disable it if I overclock and don't know how to increase voltage?
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August 8, 2013 3:18:39 PM

Okay, enabling the intel speedstep makes it go from 1.6 to 4.2 randomly... and voltage seems weird to, so I need help
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