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Old November 10th 07, 08:55 PM posted to alt.comp.hardware.overclocking.amd
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Default CPU multiplier dropped half after wakeup from standby

Hi,

My system has a AMD Athlon 64 X2 4800+ CPU with ECS NFORCE6M-A mother
board.
It has Windows XP sp2 installed.

I got a weird problem that when I put my system into standby then wake
the system up,
the CPU multiplier drops from 12.5 to 5, the bus speed does not change
(which is 200.9M).

I did a search online, and found out that the "cool n quiet" feature
may cause this problem.
However, after I disable the "cool n quiet" feature in BIOS, the
problem still exists.

Can anyone help me figure out what causes this problem exactly?
Thanks a lot!

Sam

 




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