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Cpu multiplier Problem

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May 3, 2007 1:02:46 AM

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: IntelĀ® Core 2 Duo E6400
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May 3, 2007 1:36:41 AM

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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: IntelĀ® 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.
May 3, 2007 1:39:58 AM

Correct. Unless the OP is going to overclock, it best to leave it on.
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