Installed E8435 - super happy!

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    So I just installed the E8435 into my asus g51vx-ro5. I repasted with IC Diamond and got lower idle temps!! My P7350 overclocked idle temps were about 52-56, now stock E8435 I'm getting around 42-46!!! P7350 overclocked to 2.592 on full load I never got 79-80. Stock clocks on load for E8435 never got over 77. I got the E0 version at a steal!! I think I can get better temps because it was my first time pasting. I want to get even better temps by undervolting. What is the best way to undervolt this? I tried downloading crystalcpuid but dont know how to use it. I tried using it when I had the P7350, I had cpuz up and didnt see any changes in voltage? Any advice? I was worried that it would be hotter by like 10 degrees!! Man am I happy. This should hold me off instead of wanting to buy a new computer. Once someone teaches me how to undervolt correctly, I will start ocing!
     
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    I had crystalcpuid but couldnt get it to work. Please let me know the difference to throttlestop? As always, thanks dtd00d!
     
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    Congrats on the install, sounds like if even undervolting does nothing, this is a big improvement!!

    Use the Crystal CPUID guide in the Asus g51 optimization guide, its the same basic principle, just with a few more multipliers. If you have problems, post em' so we get into specific problem solving.

    Kind of sounds like the last paste job was poorly done, or that is some bogus TIM they were using. What do you use to check temps, hwmonitor?
     
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    I am in the settings of Multiplier Management Settings. Am i suppose to change the Multiplier for Max Med and Min? Currently they all are showing 7.0x and I suppose to change this?
     
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    Well, the min, med, and max are the multiplier you want your CPU to use during minimal, medium, and maximum loads respectively. If you want to use the same frequency all the time, make them all the same. Since my P7350 undervolts fully at its top speed, I just run the highest multiplier on all settings, but that probably wont be doable for such a fast cpu.

    I would say set the min to the lowest voltage you can run stable regardless of its speed (since this would be during little to no load, speed isn't important).
    Max to the highest multiplier (calibrated to its lowest stable voltage).
    Medium somewhere in middle obviously, at your preference.
     
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    How do I know what my min multiplier is? It gives me the lowest of 6.0 and a max of 15.5. Does that mean thats what my cpu supports?
     
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    Yessireeeee
    Wait, 15.5? If you set that, is that what CPU-z displays too? 11.5 should be its highest (3066/266 = 11.5)
     
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    So I set my min to 6.0 to 1.150v mid to 8.0 at 1.163 and max to 11.5 to 1.175v but when I click apply then ok, in cpu-z for the mutiplier i see 6.0 fluctuating from 1.163 to 1.338v. Am I not saving it right? How about the up and down threshold, am I suppose to touch those?
     
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    Up and down are the percentages of load in which it changes from mid to med to max.

    Hmmm, I wouldn't be surprised if CPU-z had trouble reading an e8435's voltage. Have you set your windows power scheme to 100% cpu power for both minium and maximum? Crystal CPUID will just go back and forth with Windows controlling the Freq/Voltage. At least in my case

    Right clicking the tray icon of CPUID should give you the option to enable Multipler Management, which will change the icon to blue/yellow/red when applied.
     
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