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Old 10-22-2016
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Default cpu-z bug

This is a cpuz bug paired with this mb.
fsb in the bios is set to 400.
Despite the overclock is failed and the mb start at 200fsb cpu-z detect 400.
The older version of cpu-z doesn't have this issue.
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Old 10-22-2016
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Default Re: cpu-z bug

1.77 is not beter for the sr-2
bus speed fom 38.84 ( x5687 @ 893.28mhz) to +336 (x5687 @ 7742 mhz )
even a max of 15016.91 mhz
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Wow!
With 1.77 the error is the same.
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Old 12-29-2016
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Default Re: cpu-z bug

Try off the Spread Spectrum in bios or set Aida as an additional proof
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Default Re: cpu-z bug

I'll agree just had 12 saves with cpuz 178 with a X3363 in a 775 board and not one validated I have a few word but mostly bunny poo!
Sorry if I hijacked.
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Default Re: cpu-z bug

cpuu-z has more bugs in it than an aussie summer , bout time they extracted the digit and got em fixed, and its been in many versions over time, weve all experienced that
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Default Re: cpu-z bug

Odd that the newer version would be bugged and not the older. But then again, most sk5/7 CPUs aren't identified by newer version of cpuz all that well ether.
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Odd that the newer version would be bugged and not the older. But then again, most sk5/7 CPUs aren't identified by newer version of cpuz all that well ether.
youd give cpu-z a lesson about bein odd, thats for bloody sure !!!!
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CPU-Z VALIDATOR
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Ohh, wow.
Ether that's one heck of an overclock or one heck of a bug
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