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    Intel Enhanced Speedstep Tech

    What is it as, from what i gather it changes your cpu to save engergy.
    Whats interesting me though is the fact that i have it off under the bios but my q6600 will drop the multiplier from 9 down to 6.

    If it was turned on what it change the voltage and fsb which is why people suggest you turn it off if overclocking.

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    Re: Intel Enhanced Speedstep Tech

    Disable C1E too and it'll stop lowering your multi. Me when I'm overclocking I leave it on anyway. Has never interrupted or destabilized my overclock. If I've set X volts in the bios it stays like unless I load it and it encounters VDroop.

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