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How to disable Turbo Core in AMD FX 6300 Black (Unlocked Edition)??

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August 10, 2014 9:10:29 AM

How can i disable automatic increases in the cpu speed by disabling turbo core? The black edition is overclocked out of the box (which i do not need) and i want it to run on stock 3.5 GHz only...
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August 10, 2014 9:32:36 AM

Go to the BIOS on startup, there should be an option to turn off Turbo in the advanced settings.
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August 10, 2014 9:43:14 AM

Eduello said:
Go to the BIOS on startup, there should be an option to turn off Turbo in the advanced settings.


Will that help in overheating issues? I am experiencing around 70 degrees during gaming...Thanks...
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August 10, 2014 9:51:02 AM

Might help a bit, but if your room temperatures are high, you might have to get an aftermarket CPU cooler. If you post your budget and country of residence, I can recommend something.
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August 10, 2014 11:13:04 AM

Subharthi said:
How can i disable automatic increases in the cpu speed by disabling turbo core? The black edition is overclocked out of the box (which i do not need) and i want it to run on stock 3.5 GHz only...
Please help...


Dude, the turbo core isn't "overclocking out of the box". That is the default speed of the cpu. Turbo core is three of the six cores under certain workloads running at 4.0 GHz. Disabling this is not going to change your temps one iota. It is just slowing down your cpu for no apparent reason. Overclocking is bumping up your multiplier and disabling cool & quiet.
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August 10, 2014 11:19:22 AM

Eduello said:
Might help a bit, but if your room temperatures are high, you might have to get an aftermarket CPU cooler. If you post your budget and country of residence, I can recommend something.


I am from India, room temp around 30-35 degrees, and I can think of affording a Cooler Master Hyper Evo (around 20-25$)
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August 10, 2014 11:20:39 AM

Turbo only runs when the CPU only has load on a few of the cores and only when it has enough thermal headroom. If it starts getting too hot it won't turbo anymore, so disabling turbo core isn't going to help with overheating.

Odds are you are running the stock cooler which is designed to be just adequate for the CPU, it isn't meant to be cool or quiet.
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August 10, 2014 11:22:37 AM

Subharthi said:
Eduello said:
Might help a bit, but if your room temperatures are high, you might have to get an aftermarket CPU cooler. If you post your budget and country of residence, I can recommend something.


I am from India, room temp around 30-35 degrees, and I can think of affording a Cooler Master Hyper Evo (around 20-25$)


The Hyper 212 Plus/Evo/X is great, but you can get an almost identical unit from Deepcool for much less money: http://www.flipkart.com/deepcool-gammaxx400-cooler/p/it...
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