Re: Turning off C1E and EIST
Sorry about that, I was looking in your sig before, and it said DS3R.
Well in the Advanced BIOS Features, what do you see below the CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E)? The CPU EIST Function, should be right below it, or two rows below.
You need to disable both C1E and EIST, to have the speed to default...because they are power saving features, that throttle your CPU speed down, when it's idling or not in use.
If you take the FSB too high, and can no longer turn on, you have to reset the CMOS, and then re-enter your BIOS or overclocking values again.
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