I got a temporary fix by enabling eist. That correctly sets the ratio to 9.5
That is what I thought.
but I don`t want eist enabled tho
EIST is a feature that you can enable/disable within the operating system. Simply select "Always-On" or "High Performance" as your energy profile and EIST is turned off (even though it is enabled in BIOS). The BIOS Option just enables/disables the support for SpeedStepping, not the function itself. Switching EIST on and off is done in Windows. Read this as well:
__Enhanced Intel SpeedStep® Technology How To Document
4. Finally Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology must be turned on in the OS. Currently, for Windows* XP SP2 operating systems Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology by default is off. To turn it on do the following:
* Under Control Panel – open Power Options
o Under the Power Schemes pull down menu
+ To turn Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology ON select, “Minimal Power Management,” power scheme.
+ To turn Enhanced Intel SpeedStep technology OFF select, “Always On,” power scheme.
Looks like you do not have a real problem here. However, I fail to understand the point of turning off efficient power saving features that do a great job without sacrificing system performance. You paid for those features. They are an essential part of the Processor Architecture.