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Cpu multiplier Problem

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May 3, 2007 2:23:40 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: Intel® Core 2 Duo E6400
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May 3, 2007 3:14:03 AM

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I've seen this question posted like 9088708263728906290437 billion times here. lol :) 


Don't you mean like 09f911029d74e35bd84156c5635688c0 times?

It'll be in your bios somewhere, I am sure of it, if it's not there, then you're probably insane.
May 3, 2007 5:38:17 AM

have you found "Intel SpeedStep technology"? Just disable it.
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May 3, 2007 5:45:24 AM

Quote:
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
:?


It is definitely in the BIOS, I have not seen a BIOS that does not have this as a configurable option... you may not be looking through to the correct menu/option screen.

JackMy 775Dual VSTA doesn't have it....and therefore...EIST doesn't work. Doesn't bother me though. :wink:
May 3, 2007 6:42:46 AM

on my DFI infinity 975x it appears as "frequency unlimit"
May 3, 2007 9:21:35 AM

Does anyone have this mobo....or any info about it ?
I will appreciate it. Thnx anyway .
May 3, 2007 10:05:36 AM

Try googling it for info on what to look for.Many times have I found my answer for some question with just such an aproach.You could also try going to the MB manufacturers web site and asking for assistance as they would be more able to answer your questions.Being that they work for the company and all.I'm not saying no one here knows what to do as I've personally gleaned quite a bit of useful info from here,and a lot of people really seem to know their stuff.I'm just saying that the MB comp.should be able to tell you exactly what to look for.Besides,it's called customer support.LOL.

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May 3, 2007 10:06:22 AM

On my eVGA 680i board, the settings are in the ADVANCED CHIPSET FEATURES/CPU CONFIGURATION menu options. You should have something similar.
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