Is your cpu overclocked and does win10 shows the correct cpu base clock and turbo clock?
Also do you know if win10 has new tools for memtest or cpu stress test?
Resource monitor for some reason seems to be missing on my machine.
Does it show your cpu's true base clock and turbo clock in computer properties?
I tried to install win10 on vbox but it failed I guess it doesnt support it yet.
I tried even everything on stock and insted of 3.3ghz base and 3.6ghz turbo it shows both speeds on base clock 3.3ghz which is rather weird.
I researched it a bit and also found that Win xp reports the exact amount of clock both base and turbo even when you overclock.
For some strange reason Vista and Win7 arent accurate when it comes to cpu's clocks(in some cases).
That's why I'm so curious if they addressed these issues in Win10...
XMP profiles have nothing to do with the CPU, at leats not in the way you just described.
In german windows 9 would be windows neun.
Translated that would be "windows no" practically.
[Edited by stealhtfire, 11/8/2014 8:57:03 PM]
Also my cpu is 10c more hotter when idle after I apply the xmp profile.
I'm talking about ddr4 and haswell-e cpu on a x99 platform not a conventional system I dont think you know much about it because nobody does still and it was really hard to reproduce this issue over the web (being brand new platform and all)but I found more people that are having the same results and finiding it strange as well.
anyway I sent mail to Asus hoping to clarify why Corsair xmp profiles touches cpu values.
[Edited by kingkob, 11/8/2014 9:51:07 PM]
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