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GerhardP

OC CPU clock speed drops after startup

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello,

 

A few days ago I did an update on my Bios. Previously my 8600k would run stable @4.8Ghz with 1.3V...Since the update my CPU clock speed drops after startup with the same settings as before (I can see that it is at the beginning @4.8GHz) but then drops to 4.1GHz..I tried to set EIST off and also windows power management settings. Nothing works. Has anyone else experienced this problem aswell? Bios shows "correct" speed but taskmanager and CPU-Z both show 4.1GHZ

 

Motherboars: MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon, latest Bios

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5 minutes ago, GerhardP said:

Hello,

 

A few days ago I did an update on my Bios. Previously my 8600k would run stable @4.8Ghz with 1.3V...Since the update my CPU clock speed drops after startup with the same settings as before (I can see that it is at the beginning @4.8GHz) but then drops to 4.1GHz..I tried to set EIST off and also windows power management settings. Nothing works. Has anyone else experienced this problem aswell? Bios shows "correct" speed but taskmanager and CPU-Z both show 4.1GHZ

 

Motherboars: MSI Z370 Gaming Pro Carbon, latest Bios

8600k

32GB 3200Mhz CL14 Gskill Trident Z Memory

Did you check your BIOS settings? BIOS updates will revert all settings back to factory defaults. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 hours ago, BlueChinchillaEatingDorito said:

Did you check your BIOS settings? BIOS updates will revert all settings back to factory defaults. 

Yes I did. Also tried different settings

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