Gigabyte Motherboard does not save OC settings?

  1. RoasterMen's Avatar
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    Gigabyte Motherboard does not save OC settings?


    Hi

    I have the GA-P35-S3L Motherboard and a Core 2 Quad Q6600. I OCed my Q6600 and set the voltage to 1.3v but when I check task manager it shows maximum speed at 2.40ghz which is the normal clock speed of the processor.

    I checked CPU-Z and the Core Speed maxes at around 3000-3006 mhz under load. The Voltage is stuck around 1.248V

    Is this normal?
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  2. Samuria's Avatar
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    A kot of MB only go to top speed under load and stays low to conserve energy normally it can be efected by power setting in the bios
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  3. RoasterMen's Avatar
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    Thanks for the reply! I'll check that option in the BIOs later.
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  4. WOT's Avatar
    WOT
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    This may or may not affect your issue but are you using the high performance power plan?

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  5. RoasterMen's Avatar
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    I checked it. I chose to enble High Performance power mode and will check the results.
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  6. RoasterMen's Avatar
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       #6

    Just as I found out, CPU-Z detects the current OC settings just fine. I have have also noticed that the FSB speed jumped to 1333mhz (since the Q6600 have FSB clock of 1066).

    Thanks for the help everyone!
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