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pls..help! My Intel E5500 processor clock speed goes down

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My Intel E5500 processor clock speed goes down... to 2.8GHz to 1.2Ghz

 

i dont know why it came to this because i only reformat my computer and before it was ok! same OS! same Hardware....and i tried to fix on bios menu but still got my problem.. i dont know why because on bios menu system info. it was stable and OK! my processor goes to 2.8 and when i go to cpu I.D it shows 1.2Ghz and my games at low FPS! wtf..

 

my specs:

 

Operating System: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7601) Service Pack 1

Language: English (Regional Setting: English)

MotherBoard: ASUS P5LD2-X/GBL

System Manufacturer: System manufacturer

System Model: System Product Name

BIOS: BIOS Date: 10/07/08 11:07:54 Ver: 08.00.10

Processor: Pentium® Dual-Core CPU E5500 @ 2.80GHz (2 CPUs), ~2.8GHz

Memory: 4096MB RAM

Video Card: inno3d GTX 260

 

 

Pls..help me! tnx...

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have you checked power options to see if your cpu is throttling ? control panel -> hardware and sound --> power options --> high performance

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have you checked power options to see if your cpu is throttling ? control panel -> hardware and sound --> power options --> high performance

 

 

yes! and i already change my thermal paste on my processor but still my problem is there...

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have you checked the bios to see if the cpu settings are correct like the multiplier and fsb frequency? if it shows correct in the bois it most likely is a operating system issue. try booting into safemode and see if the cpu speed is different

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have you checked the bios to see if the cpu settings are correct like the multiplier and fsb frequency? if it shows correct in the bois it most likely is a operating system issue. try booting into safemode and see if the cpu speed is different

 

yes! and i tried safe mode but it seems CPU I.D not working...,so i cant view my specs there..

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You definitely have to be missing something for CPU throttling - look for options called "C1E" or "Speedstep" and make sure they are turned off.

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to view your cpu speed in safemode click start , highlight my computer --> right click properties and it will show the current cpu speed

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You definitely have to be missing something for CPU throttling - look for options called "C1E" or "Speedstep" and make sure they are turned off.

 

 

i already did that...but still..haiz!

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Well CPU throttling saves you power anyway. Is it really heavily effecting you gameplay? What game? What settings? It might be your 260 not being able to handle your game.

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