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2017/03/27 09:23:09 (permalink)
EVGA x99 Classified latest bios.
I want to change the value from 512.000 to 4095.000 on both.
 
P.S. I tried doing it with the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility but it doesn't seem to be able to save changes in the evga bios.
 
Thank you!

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/27 14:49:32 (permalink)
    Are those options missing from the bios?


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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/27 16:11:52 (permalink)
    I can not find them under those names. Maybe evga calls them something else?

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/27 20:44:37 (permalink)
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    I can not find them under those names. Maybe evga calls them something else?


    Why do you believe the value is '512' versus '4095'? There is not an option in the BIOS to set this.

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/28 07:56:15 (permalink)
    I remember on my X58 board under the PCI settings there was a setting for PCIe called "Maximum Payload Size".  The default was 128, but it was recommended (for max performance supposedly) that it be set to 4096.  I believe 512 was also one of the options there as well.  Maybe that is what the OP is referring to??

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/28 11:40:10 (permalink)
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    I remember on my X58 board under the PCI settings there was a setting for PCIe called "Maximum Payload Size".  The default was 128, but it was recommended (for max performance supposedly) that it be set to 4096.  I believe 512 was also one of the options there as well.  Maybe that is what the OP is referring to??




    He's referring to the  turbo boost modes. If you look in AIDA64 you will see these values under the CPUID section:
     
    Field    Value
    CPUID Properties    
    CPUID Manufacturer    GenuineIntel
    CPUID CPU Name    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6850K CPU @ 3.60GHz
    CPUID Revision    000406F1h
    IA Brand ID    00h  (Unknown)
    Platform ID    4Ch / MC 04h  (LGA2011-v3)
    Microcode Update Revision    1Ah
    HTT / CMP Units    2 / 6
    Tjmax Temperature    95 °C  (203 °F)
    CPU Thermal Design Power    140 W
    DRAM Thermal Design Power    36.8 W
    CPU Thermal Design Current    Unlimited
    CPU Max Power Limit    Unlimited Power / Unlimited Time
    CPU Power Limit 1 (Long Duration)    4095 W / 8.00 sec  (Unlocked)
    CPU Power Limit 2 (Short Duration)    4095 W / 7.81 ms  (Unlocked)
    Max Turbo Boost Multipliers    1C: 45x, 2C: 45x, 3C: 45x, 4C: 45x, 5C: 45x, 6C: 45x
        



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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/28 11:47:57 (permalink)
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    I remember on my X58 board under the PCI settings there was a setting for PCIe called "Maximum Payload Size".  The default was 128, but it was recommended (for max performance supposedly) that it be set to 4096.  I believe 512 was also one of the options there as well.  Maybe that is what the OP is referring to??




    He's referring to the  turbo boost modes. If you look in AIDA64 you will see these values under the CPUID section:
     
    Field    Value
    CPUID Properties    
    CPUID Manufacturer    GenuineIntel
    CPUID CPU Name    Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6850K CPU @ 3.60GHz
    CPUID Revision    000406F1h
    IA Brand ID    00h  (Unknown)
    Platform ID    4Ch / MC 04h  (LGA2011-v3)
    Microcode Update Revision    1Ah
    HTT / CMP Units    2 / 6
    Tjmax Temperature    95 °C  (203 °F)
    CPU Thermal Design Power    140 W
    DRAM Thermal Design Power    36.8 W
    CPU Thermal Design Current    Unlimited
    CPU Max Power Limit    Unlimited Power / Unlimited Time
    CPU Power Limit 1 (Long Duration)    4095 W / 8.00 sec  (Unlocked)
    CPU Power Limit 2 (Short Duration)    4095 W / 7.81 ms  (Unlocked)
    Max Turbo Boost Multipliers    1C: 45x, 2C: 45x, 3C: 45x, 4C: 45x, 5C: 45x, 6C: 45x
       




    Ok.  I do see those value's.  Thanks...

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/28 19:44:30 (permalink)
    So does anybody know? I called tech support and apparently this was available in my BIOS at some point on the main screen under CPU, judging by their documentation (really old docs never updated).  There's very little info about evga O/C on the web. Not even youtube videos by the manufacturer with basic O/C.

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/28 20:05:17 (permalink)
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    So does anybody know? I called tech support and apparently this was available in my BIOS at some point on the main screen under CPU, judging by their documentation (really old docs never updated).  There's very little info about evga O/C on the web. Not even youtube videos by the manufacturer with basic O/C.




    As far as I know, there never has been a way to adjust this in the BIOS. There are some settings that you can use with using intel's XTU app that are not exposed in the BIOS GUI.
     
    "
    Some important notes:
    1. The settings available in XTU are dependent on what your systems BIOS exposes to the tool.  The settings available in the XTU may be different on your system.
    2. Be sure to clear the CMOS on your system before using XTU to correct the BIOS settings.  See the documentation for your motherboard for instructions on clearing the CMOS.
    3. The voltage, power and current settings that will work for you may vary.  See the section titled Customer Reported Settings for additional information."
     
    https://communities.intel.com/docs/DOC-23517
     
    post edited by HeavyHemi - 2017/03/28 20:09:52

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/03/31 00:16:01 (permalink)
    Thank you. I am so jealous of people with O/C mobos. I can't find anything on this thing. Not even an in depth overclocking article.

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    Re: How do I change the "Turbo boost power Max" and "Turbo boost short power Max" BIOS 2017/07/16 22:31:51 (permalink)
    So i finally found a solution to my problem. All i had to do was get a real overclocking motherboard. 



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