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Juan Isaacs

Guys I am from Chile and my i7 7820x stuck at 1.19 - 2.02GHz

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi Guys, My name is Juan. I am from Chile.

I been looking in all web´s my problem, but today i do something different and so fucking obvius... I writte on google " my Intel i7 7820x stuck in 1.19Ghz "

And 1 people from here has the same problem.
I read the post and I di everything

CMOS
Removed Battery
Chanche Power Plans
Flashing de bios
Re installed Windows 10 1903 update
Reboot in safe mode

Sorry for my expresion.. but i am sooooo fuckin tired. I work with my machine all day,, i have a youtube channel, and it is like my sond!! but with my pc like this i cannot work

Can you help Me pliss! some orientation?!

Hugs for all! and thanks!

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A couple of questions...

-What motherboard are you using?

-What's the wattage of your PSU, and did you plug in all of the 8-pin power connectors?

-How are you cooling the CPU?

 

And finally, welcome to the forum!


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Posted · Original PosterOP
12 minutes ago, Lord Mirdalan said:

A couple of questions...

-What motherboard are you using?

-What's the wattage of your PSU, and did you plug in all of the 8-pin power connectors?

-How are you cooling the CPU?

 

And finally, welcome to the forum!

jkajakajkajk sorry,,, ?

Hi Man!! thanks for the welcome

I Have:

MSI x299 Gaming M7 ACK
Corsair Ai 1200W
 8 and 4 PSU pin connected to moindboard
Nzxt Kraken x62

Hugs!!

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6 minutes ago, Juan Isaacs said:

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Hmm... Wouldn't be a power-delivery issue, then.

 

Some other things you could try:

-Enable XMP and Auto-overclock in the BIOS (Not sure what MSI calls it).

-SImple thing, but is the AIO pump plugged in, and what are your CPU temps?

 


Screwdriver specs: Long, pointy. Turns things. Some kind of metal.

 

My rig:

Xeon  E5-1630v4 | Quadro P4000 | Asus X99-E WS | 4x8GB G-Skill DDR4-2400 | Samsung 960 EVO 250GB | 8TB spinning rust

 

HTPC:

i7-4790 | GTX1650 | Dell Sadness | 20GB DDR3 1600 | Samsung 860 250GB | 1TB magnetic storage | James Loudspeaker SPL3 x2

 

Autodesk 3ds Max, AutoCAD, Inventor, Revit, Recap, and Fusion

Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, AfterEffects, Illustrator, Brackets, Dreamweaver

Matlab, MS Visual Studio, Davinci Resolve

 

And MS Paint

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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Lord Mirdalan said:

Hmm... Wouldn't be a power-delivery issue, then.

 

Some other things you could try:

-Enable XMP and Auto-overclock in the BIOS (Not sure what MSI calls it).

I already made,,, it doesnt work

-SImple thing, but is the AIO pump plugged in, and what are your CPU temps?
Yes, and 25°C

I tried
something different now
I restarted in safe mode and it initialites at 3.6Ghz.
But i restarted again and downclock to 1.2 Ghz again

I found this on intel forum




 

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
20 minutes ago, Johnny Who said:

Any change you accidentally switched the LN2 OC function on the board?

https://www.msi.com/faq/motherboard-2866

 

yours would be slightly different place on your board more bottem right corner. Look it up in your manual.

 

Edit: pic for the x299

https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1272791/Msi-X299-Gaming-M7-Ack.html?page=41

 

 

I see the sLow mo Before and it has no Jumper so it off... i already tried it....?
I re started again in safe mode and it starts at normal frecuency 3.6Ghz AGAIN!..., but i change to normal mode and it return to 1.2Ghz...

I dont know waht to do..

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Use ThrottleStop from TechPowerUp and disable the BD PROCHOT signal path.  This can block the throttling signal that is being sent to your CPU.  This is a common problem on many MSI motherboards, especially as they get older.

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/download/techpowerup-throttlestop/

 

Many monitoring apps including Windows might not report the MHz correctly in safe mode so ignore that info.

 

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10 minutes ago, unclewebb said:

Use ThrottleStop from TechPowerUp and disable the BD PROCHOT signal path.  This can block the throttling signal that is being sent to your CPU.  This is a common problem on many MSI motherboards, especially as they get older.

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/download/techpowerup-throttlestop/

 

Many monitoring apps including Windows might not report the MHz correctly in safe mode so ignore that info.

 

WTF? it can install... a dll missing file..
It is spanish.

 

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1 hour ago, unclewebb said:

Use ThrottleStop from TechPowerUp and disable the BD PROCHOT signal path.  This can block the throttling signal that is being sent to your CPU.  This is a common problem on many MSI motherboards, especially as they get older.

 

https://www.techpowerup.com/download/techpowerup-throttlestop/

 

Many monitoring apps including Windows might not report the MHz correctly in safe mode so ignore that info.

 

I Install and nothing happends...

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8 minutes ago, unclewebb said:

Did you disable BD PROCHOT like I suggested?

Your picture shows that it is checked.

 

Yeah i disable it. I took the SS to show that i can isntall the program.
I disable it and nothing happend..

I

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Now enable SpeedStep and check the Set Multiplier box.  Increase that value to the max and click on the Turn On button.

 

When your CPU is stuck at a low speed, SpeedStep has to be enabled so the speed can increase.

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Just now, unclewebb said:

Now enable SpeedStep and check the Set Multiplier box.  Increase that value to the max and click on the Turn On button.

 

When your CPU is stuck at a low speed, SpeedStep has to be enabled so the speed can increase.

I check the value speedstep. but i can find the other setting you named.


"Increase that value to the max and click on the Turn On button "

Now, what should i do?

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The Set Multiplier option is on the main screen, just above the SpeedStep box and over to the left.

It should be set to your maximum multiplier.

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Just now, unclewebb said:

The Set Multiplier option is on the main screen, just above the SpeedStep box and over to the left.

It should be set to your maximum multiplier.

I do... but nothing..
 

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Just now, unclewebb said:

Try clicking on the TPL button on the main screen, and then set the Speed Shift Min and Speed Shift Max values both to 255.

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Just now, unclewebb said:

I am almost out of ideas.  Open the FIVR window and see what the Turbo Ratios are set to.

it shows that..

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Just now, unclewebb said:

Last idea is to reboot and run ThrottleStop again with your current settings.  None of the usual things are causing this problem.  :(

Unclewebb nothing happends again.....
So many thanks .....really

I havo two more questions.
Do you thinks that the problem is mainboard? o Processor?
If you build a new system,

You will go for ryzen 2700x o intel 9700k?
I use premiere pro all the time for my videos and a play games off course but i work more XDD

This is my worfk in chile. Its not spam!!! jaja
For this reason i need my machine right now.

I chare two videos. One of my channel and the other for the work i made to gain money (until my youtube channel grows)

Soooooooooooo manny thanks again!
 

My channel

 

 

and
My work
 

 

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