I have an Intel i5 750
CPU running on Gigabyte P55A-UD3R
mainboard on my system. The weather is very hot here, I don't need much CPU speed these days and CPU fan was making too much noise. So I underclocked my CPU by decreasing its multiplier from
133 x 20 = 2.66 GHz
133 x 9 = 1.20 GHz.
And also decreased some voltage values. I don't know much about overclocking and underclocking, therefore I can't make sure whether I applied the optimum settings or any more optimization should be applied.
My BIOS screenshots are as below: Main Screen M.I.T. Current Status Advanced Frequency Settings Advanced Memory Settings Advanced Voltage Settings Miscellaneous Settings
(What are these settings for?)
Is this configuration OK? My main concern is the memory frequency. Since I decreased the CPU speed, I think I should decrease the memory speed as well, isn't it so? What about the voltage settings? Should I further decrease any voltage value?
My system is running very good at the moment. I have no problem. I just want to make optimization, and decrease power consumption.
Any help will be appreciated.