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I5 760 not reaching Max Turbo upto 3.3Ghz

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July 30, 2011 8:54:57 AM

Hello,
my system's specs:
Intel i5 760 2.8Ghz,
Board EVGA H55V,
Kingston DDR3 4 Gb,
Elite Casing,
Samsung DVD WRiter and Nvidia 512 MB DDR2 Graphics Card.

NO BIOS UPDATE AVAILABLE FOR MY BOARD AND NO OPTION IN THE BIOS TO ENABLE/DISABLE THE TURBO OR MAX TURBO e.g, C3/c6 states etc..

I enabled the Turbo Boost from the EVGA utlilty called Eleet for windows mode.

My Processor doesn't reach the Max Trubo from 2.8ghz to 3.3ghz at any cost.

Looking forward for reply.

Regards
myaseenl

myaseenl.all@hotmail.com

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July 30, 2011 9:21:42 AM

Turbo should be defaulted On.

You'll get max benefit while 1 core is in use, try a single core torture test.

If I remember right heat may take a part in turbo, so if you are over heating then that could limit it.

Have you thought of doing a slight overclock manually? You could get your 3.3ghz full time without adding any voltage likely. No voltage means little power/heat added (assuming you take vcore off auto and onto your stock vcore).
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August 4, 2011 5:46:10 PM

Raidur said:
Turbo should be defaulted On.

You'll get max benefit while 1 core is in use, try a single core torture test.

If I remember right heat may take a part in turbo, so if you are over heating then that could limit it.

Have you thought of doing a slight overclock manually? You could get your 3.3ghz full time without adding any voltage likely. No voltage means little power/heat added (assuming you take vcore off auto and onto your stock vcore).


Thanks dear,

but i tried to check the Vcore option but it was disabled in the BIOS MENU and i was unable to either enable or disable it.
I don't know what's happening to my system?

Could you please explain more cleary how to get max turbo ... i'm confused?...
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August 5, 2011 6:06:58 PM

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disable the turbo (just forget it) and then overclock it to about 3.2 - 3.4GHz..
+1 @ Raidur


Thanks for your reply dear...

but how to over clock it when there's not options available in my motherboard's BIOS...
If there were functions than there would not be any need or problem of max turbo not reaching...

I'm stuck with it... The EVGA Team says "that there must be your CPU getting too hot therefore you're not
getting the max turbo 3.3ghz"

Whereas my cpu is reaching to only 55 degree celcius only at the hottest temp... Wht should i do than?
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August 9, 2011 7:03:57 AM

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I have the P55 version of the EVGA mATX P55 SLI
I have several clocking options.
I guess it's because it's an H class motherboard there is not clocking but I thought you at least had a few options.
I think you need to try another motherboard, can you still RMA this one.?



Thanks dear for your reply.
Would please explain what is RMA and What are its benefits dear... ?

Looking forward to your reply...
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