So, I went into advanced settings and selected repair startup, in hopes that that would be able to fix whatever the issue was. This one is lighter than Prime95, and is good for testing in between each change. In order to help prevent the memory from causing errors, you'll want to lower the memory bus before continuing. The uber fast Optane is only 1. As well, setting the cache ratio from 44 to 48 netted us 0. Their performance monitoring data is suspect so ignore it. As long as it jumps up to x47 when needed, then I don't really need to know what exact multiplier is at idle.
Not sure if i just need to clear cmos or just a weird motherboard to deal with. Overclocking has traditionally been the domain of gamers and computer hardware geeks, but hardware manufacturers have made the process much simpler over the years. Maybe i'll try booting a windows 7 or 8. Eventually you will hit a point where you can't get any more increases, or your temperature is nearing unsafe levels. Microsoft decided to make 2.
I changed them all to 39. Once you've performed your initial 10% raise, restart your computer and boot into your operating system. You may hit a temperature limit before your system becomes unstable. For example, my processor is 1. If that all the input you have maybe no input is in order. Just to note I am using a clean install of Windows 10 Professional.
Thank you for the response, though Do you have a specific reason for disabling turbo and power-saving features? If so, it might give actual frequency numbers. I've recently changed my psu from a rosewill arc 650 to an evga supernova 1000w g3. I don't see where it says 5. A whole bunch of Power features are now enabled and it does mention Intel Turbo Boost just above Enhanced Turbo. It may work even better now! No, I have ran 8 different tools and all show only the Base Clock.
Do you have the mobo software installed? This isn't a big deal at all, but I noticed in the main System screen that lists Windows edition and hardware etc, it lists my cpu 4. Different motherboards and processors will have different capabilities when it comes to overclocking. If the multiplier is locked, you will only be able to adjust the clock speed, which usually yields less results. Then the overclock is not stable either increase the voltage or lower the muliplier to find a stable overclock. I think I have it listed in my system specs. It doesn't perform any actions, but its an easy-to-use monitor to help ensure everything is working correctly. The core speed goes from 1500.
I'll keep it at these settings and probably give it another try couple of days from now. Increase base clock until the system becomes unstable. Check your computer's documentation to determine your motherboard's capabilities. No, I have ran 8 different tools and all show only the Base Clock. The three of them cover pretty much every parameter that I want to monitor. Finding ways to work around the problem is what the forum and being an insider is all about.
I'm sure the overclock would show on a benchmark, but I'd like to see the numbers show up in Windows 7 x64 for my own constant sense of gratification. That will override bios settings and oc. I ran my 1866 at 2133 for awhile, but it did have some issues. Make sure that everything works as it should. The biggest thing you will be looking for is whether or not your multiplier is unlocked.
I will post under here with more screen shots to show you what I am seeing. Since you left your system in an unstable state in the previous section, you are hoping for a stable stress test run. I rebooted to see if that would fix it. This will allow you to find a sweet spot much easier. This will lead to better and more reliable performance.
No, I have ran 8 different tools and all show only the Base Clock. Maybe it will fix itself over night. I doubt that your bus is really dropping that low. Overclocking a processor by just raising the multiplier on a processor with an unlocked multiplier would not void the warranty because the unlocked multiplier is part of the Intel specification for that processor. There is Enhanced Turbo which i just enabled.
I still get the same 3. I've never seen my bus speed fluctuate in any monitor I've tried so far. But after some configuration, I couldn't load into windows. You can be happy about a good result without using such charged language. In addition the cpu freq is visibile from the conky utility.