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By the way, I finally got my sticker, it cam on my new board from Asus. I really love Asus' RMA process, they make it so easy compared to others.
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By the way, if you have not seen this yet here is a demo of PCIe3. As far as what this translates into graphics performance we will have to wait and see, but still gives you an idea in the increase.


Pay attention to the last part about how the current UEFI is being upgraded. Also, consider that unless you have a GPU that can take advantage of the bandwidth it won't matter, but if you plan on getting a new HD7000 series GPU it might benefit you.
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I wanna try a basic overclock on this mobo now that my setup seems to be stable on stock clocks. But I can't seem to find a basic guide on how to use this new UEFI to do basic oveclocking without messing with the back level clocks and voltages on the cpu. Any suggestions on this?
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post #3394 of 7108
Quote:
Originally Posted by 1ceTr0n View Post
I wanna try a basic overclock on this mobo now that my setup seems to be stable on stock clocks. But I can't seem to find a basic guide on how to use this new UEFI to do basic oveclocking without messing with the back level clocks and voltages on the cpu. Any suggestions on this?
Did you check the first post ? LA_Kings_Fan has done a great job with some guides and tips.
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Originally Posted by Darkamek View Post
I also need to figure out where in the bios I can turn off the on-board gpu.
In Bios / Advanced menu tab / System Agent Configuration / iGPU Multi-Monitor [ Enabled / Disabled ] {page 3-20/21 of User Guide}

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Originally Posted by utnorris View Post
By the way, I finally got my sticker, it cam on my new board from Asus.
DAMN ! For a second I thought I was going to have to get all Med-EVIL on Gary Keys yes I know it's spelled medieval btw
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Originally Posted by 1ceTr0n View Post
I wanna try a basic overclock on this mobo now that my setup seems to be stable on stock clocks. But I can't seem to find a basic guide on how to use this new UEFI to do basic oveclocking without messing with the back level clocks and voltages on the cpu. Any suggestions on this?
Did you look on the Front Page under >>> OverClocking Info <<< ... You can use the "3 step Simple Guide to OverClocking your Maximus IV Gene-Z", Thanks to Rhialto.

Edit: Glad it worked so EASY 1ceTron, that was the idea and 4.6-4.8 GHz @ 1.35-1.4v at 40c-60c on AIR seems very normal with this board.

Edited by LA_Kings_Fan - 10/3/11 at 6:30pm
   
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Originally Posted by LA_Kings_Fan View Post

Did you look on the Front Page under >>> OverClocking Info <<< ... You can use the "3 step Simple Guide to OverClocking your Maximus IV Gene-Z", Thanks to Rhialto.

You are once again da man!!! That was easy! My temps jumped up 10c on my Dark Knight, but they still seem decent under loads while playing BF3 beta


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post #3397 of 7108
Good job 1ce. Are you going to stay at that level, or try to push it further? Some chips in the 5ghz+ club (maybe it was sandy stable club idk) were hitting 5ghz with only a slight bump in voltage... Around 1.37 I believe. You have fine temps so it couldnt hurt to try to bump up that multi and run a bit of prime95
    
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I dont' think my RAM will let me push it harder,
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Apparently my motherboard has an issue detecting audio devices with the 3.5mm plugs, seems like I have a bad port. Guess it's time to RMA this board.
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is there anything really usefull in AI Suite II? Don't seam like there is.
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