Cpu multiplier Problem

Hello!
I bought a new motherboard (MSI 945P Neo3-F) for my system.
in bios the multiplier shows 8x(2.13 ghz) and in CPUZ 6x and changes randomly to 8x . Its the 'Intel speedstep technology' I know. But I cant disable it from BIOS(AMI), I could'nt find anything about C1E or EIST control so what should i do?
and does it have something to do with mobo or cpu because my old motherboar had a VIA chipset.

CPU: Intel® Core 2 Duo E6400
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    Hello!
    I bought a new motherboard (MSI 945P Neo3-F) for my system.
    in bios the multiplier shows 8x(2.13 ghz) and in CPUZ 6x and changes randomly to 8x . Its the 'Intel speedstep technology' I know. But I cant disable it from BIOS(AMI), I could'nt find anything about C1E or EIST control so what should i do?
    and does it have something to do with mobo or cpu because my old motherboar had a VIA chipset.

    CPU: Intel® Core 2 Duo E6400
    :?


    Why do you want to disable? Do you idle your car at a red light at 6500RPM? :wink:

    It's a worthwhile feature whose only side-effect is to have your computer run cooler, and to save you money on your energy bill. It will have no real effect on performance.
  2. Correct. Unless the OP is going to overclock, it best to leave it on.
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