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GIGABYTE UEFI/DualBIOS - Disabling C-States


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#1 vinnishi

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Posted 08 October 2017 - 12:24 PM

Hey everybody,

 

I've been having some issues with my PC freezing up randomly, and wanted to try and fix it through disabling c-states in my BIOS.

 

Where is this setting located in the GIGABYTE UEFI/DualBIOS options? The motherboard I have is a GIGABYTE FXA990-UD3 rev 3.0 (if that's useful).

 

Thank you,

 

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#2 jonuk76

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Posted 09 October 2017 - 10:58 AM

If it's available, it will likely be in the "Advanced CPU Core Options" dialogue.  There are different levels of C state, (C1E, C3 etc.) with the higher numbers generally corresponding with more aggressive power saving states. The layout and options varies (I don't have your exact board) but here is an example of a Gigabyte UEFI bios showing the C-state options for an Intel Haswell CPU...

 

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