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2018/10/26 08:12:43 (permalink)
hello i have had this board for awhile now and i do a lot of bench-marking
today i got a benchmark called y-cruncher and i need to enable HPET 
and i cant seen to locate it in the bios ,i was told that it is in the bios but i cant not 
see it nor can i access it , can anyone confirm this for me

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Re: Help with HPET 2018/10/26 11:13:45 (permalink) ☼ Best Answerby XRogerX 2018/10/27 14:15:39
Open an elevated Command Prompt (CMD, Run as administrator) in Windows and type in bcdedit /set useplatformclock true and press Enter to enable HPET.

 
Type in bcdedit /deletevalue useplatformclock and press Enter to disable HPET.
 
See how that works, or not.
 
 

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Re: Help with HPET 2018/10/27 14:16:17 (permalink)
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Open an elevated Command Prompt (CMD, Run as administrator) in Windows and type in bcdedit /set useplatformclock true and press Enter to enable HPET.


Type in bcdedit /deletevalue useplatformclock and press Enter to disable HPET.

See how that works, or not.



Awsome ty so much , worked like a charm

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Re: Help with HPET 2018/10/27 14:23:57 (permalink)
Excellent ..Glad to help.

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Re: Help with HPET 2018/10/31 00:53:57 (permalink)
Don't leave it enabled though, forcing the platform clock for all things will raise latencies all around.

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