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CPU stuck at 39% usage 1.17ghz

21 minutes ago, agent_x007 said:

You can throw high perf. power plan to see if that changes anything...
But first disable C1E/SpeedStep in BIOS.

Still running r20 lol don't think itlll be done for another 5 years 

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41 minutes ago, Syn. said:

can you stress your CPU with Cinebench R15 or R20 and take a screenshot of the Core Temp window while it's running?

Still running cinebench not close to being done 

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That's what you get for running 2019 benchmark on 2007 hardware (Dual Core on top of that, and probably at 1/3 full speed - if what diagnostic programs are showing is true).

PS. I wouldn't bother with anything past R10 or R11.5.
IntelBurnTest is also faster to check stability (2 passes at Standard
setting are fine for quick check).

CPU : Xeon E5-1680 v2 @ 4,3 GHz + Hydronaut + TRVX + 2x Delta 38mm PWM
MB : Sabertooth X79 (BIOS 4801 + NVMe mod + uCode update)
RAM : 8x A-Data DDR3 XPG 2000X 2GB @ 1868MHz CL8.9.8.24 CR2T, Quad Channel.
GPU : ASUS GTX 1080 (FE)
M.2/HDD : Samsung SM961 256GB (NVMe/OS) + RAID0 2x WD10EZEX (rev. 2013) + HGST Ultrastar 7K6000 6TB
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6 minutes ago, Hunted_marksman said:

Still running cinebench not close to being done 

It's alright it doesn't have to finish, it seems like your CPU is stuck at 1.2Ghz, try disabling the C-States as others have suggested or change the Power Plan to High Performance, the temperatures are all good.

Quote or Tag people so they know that you've replied.

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7 minutes ago, agent_x007 said:

That's what you get for running 2019 benchmark on 2007 hardware (Dual Core on top of that, and probably at 1/3 full speed - if what diagnostic programs are showing is true).

PS. I wouldn't bother with anything past R10 or R11.5.
IntelBurnTest is also faster to check stability (2 passes at Standard
setting are fine for quick check).

Ok thanks I'll try them and get back to you

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2 minutes ago, Syn. said:

It's alright it doesn't have to finish, it seems like your CPU is stuck at 1.2Ghz, try disabling the C-States as others have suggested or change the Power Plan to High Performance, the temperatures are all good.

The system is in high power 

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22 minutes ago, agent_x007 said:

That's what you get for running 2019 benchmark on 2007 hardware (Dual Core on top of that, and probably at 1/3 full speed - if what diagnostic programs are showing is true).

PS. I wouldn't bother with anything past R10 or R11.5.
IntelBurnTest is also faster to check stability (2 passes at Standard
setting are fine for quick check).

Hey I found LGA 775 CPU should I put it in the system and see what it runs the board supports it 

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25 minutes ago, agent_x007 said:

That's what you get for running 2019 benchmark on 2007 hardware (Dual Core on top of that, and probably at 1/3 full speed - if what diagnostic programs are showing is true).

PS. I wouldn't bother with anything past R10 or R11.5.
IntelBurnTest is also faster to check stability (2 passes at Standard
setting are fine for quick check).

The CPU got a 1119 on the CPU benchmark in cinebench r10

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39 minutes ago, Syn. said:

It's alright it doesn't have to finish, it seems like your CPU is stuck at 1.2Ghz, try disabling the C-States as others have suggested or change the Power Plan to High Performance, the temperatures are all good.

Update! It's the CPU I found a older generation lga 775 cpu that's runs at 1.86ghz and it reported correctly thanks for your help 

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45 minutes ago, agent_x007 said:

That's what you get for running 2019 benchmark on 2007 hardware (Dual Core on top of that, and probably at 1/3 full speed - if what diagnostic programs are showing is true).

PS. I wouldn't bother with anything past R10 or R11.5.
IntelBurnTest is also faster to check stability (2 passes at Standard
setting are fine for quick check).

Update! It's the CPU I found a older generation lga 775 cpu that's runs at 1.86ghz and it reported correctly thanks for your help 

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1,86GHz tells me it's Core 2 Duo E6300.
You should have searched for at least Core 2 Duo E6600/E6700 (2,4GHz/2,67GHz or over +30% CPU perf. at stock vs. what you have).
But if current one is fine for your use - good for you.

PS. DO NOT confuse Pentium Dual-Core E6600/E6700 with Core 2 Duo E6600/E6700.
The former ones will give you problems in your board, while the latter ones will not.

CPU : Xeon E5-1680 v2 @ 4,3 GHz + Hydronaut + TRVX + 2x Delta 38mm PWM
MB : Sabertooth X79 (BIOS 4801 + NVMe mod + uCode update)
RAM : 8x A-Data DDR3 XPG 2000X 2GB @ 1868MHz CL8.9.8.24 CR2T, Quad Channel.
GPU : ASUS GTX 1080 (FE)
M.2/HDD : Samsung SM961 256GB (NVMe/OS) + RAID0 2x WD10EZEX (rev. 2013) + HGST Ultrastar 7K6000 6TB
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23 hours ago, agent_x007 said:

1,86GHz tells me it's Core 2 Duo E6300.
You should have searched for at least Core 2 Duo E6600/E6700 (2,4GHz/2,67GHz or over +30% CPU perf. at stock vs. what you have).
But if current one is fine for your use - good for you.

PS. DO NOT confuse Pentium Dual-Core E6600/E6700 with Core 2 Duo E6600/E6700.
The former ones will give you problems in your board, while the latter ones will not.

Hi it's a 6320 2 cores 2 threads 

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