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Originally Posted by turrican9;13868083 
Have updated info about Offset Vcore in the second post of this Club. Tried to explain it as simple as possible. But I will probably need to write some info about VID too, as not everyone knows what it is.
I dont think disabling C3 and C6 hinder the CPU from lowering the Vcore. My Vcore is still lowering(1.08V), but maybe not as much when not under load while they are disabled. So you should look a little more into what C3 and C6 actually do on these boards.
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Originally Posted by Nethermir;13871258 
question. when using offset, is it ok to go beyond +0.06? i think there is a warning on the bios not to go over 0.06.
Its not so much a warning, but it changes yellow after 0.06 to let you know that it inst completely safe. That is my assumption.
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Originally Posted by turrican9;13867719 
When you select to adjust multipliers for all cores in bios, your OS won't be able to adjust them independently. I believe if you select to let OS adjust cores, that each core can run at different speed according to load.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
I cant prove that your wrong, but i always thought that it just meant the multi can be changed in the OS by using AI suite. I have tried using it once, but i BSOD(forgot to change the Vcore lol).
post #1272 of 9343
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Originally Posted by nawon72;13872660 
I dont think disabling C3 and C6 hinder the CPU from lowering the Vcore. My Vcore is still lowering(1.08V), but maybe not as much when not under load while they are disabled. So you should look a little more into what C3 and C6 actually do on these boards.

I will investigate this closer. Maybe I have been missinformed earlier on. Will try it on my system.
    
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Im ready to oc, any guides to get me started would be appreciated thumb.gif
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Have fun man. I just did it yesterday. Started with 4.0ghz now I am at 4.5ghz. Read the last few pages from 118 some great info. Very basic process bro. GL!!
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Originally Posted by DeadlyRampage;13877316 
Have fun man. I just did it yesterday. Started with 4.0ghz now I am at 4.5ghz. Read the last few pages from 118 some great info. Very basic process bro. GL!!

Thanks. Im so use to the lagacy bios, I was able to get a good 4.4 out of my old i7 950. which shouldn't break a sweat for my new setup. I'll go at it as I have done before, trial and error. Thanks for the info, +1.
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Originally Posted by wermad;13876462 
Im ready to oc, any guides to get me started would be appreciated thumb.gif

Read the second post of this Club smile.gif Good luck ! smile.gif
Edited by turrican9 - 6/14/11 at 10:59pm
    
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Updated the second-post 'Overclocking' with these links...
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Monitoring/CPU-ID and Stability Testing Software Links


Monitoring/CPU-ID



Stability Testing Software
Prime 95 Home (Blend test highly recommended for Sandybridge)
IBT Home
OCCT Home

Edited by turrican9 - 6/15/11 at 8:10am
    
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Guys, I have a problem. I'm trying to boot Ubuntu from my flash drive. I've made a liveUSB using Unetbootin and my flash drive doesn't show up in BIOS at all. It's not in the boot priority menu or anywhere else. When I boot into windows I can see all of the files on there. I tried it on my laptop and it DOES work, it boots up and its working with no problem. The flash drive is formatted in FAT32...
I'm probably missing something small here as usual, but I really don't know what it is... I tried the USB 3.0 port on the back, USB2.0 on the back of my mobo and USB2.0 on the front of my case...
Thanks for any help
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Originally Posted by dajposkakac;13880803 
Guys, I have a problem. I'm trying to boot Ubuntu from my flash drive. I've made a liveUSB using Unetbootin and my flash drive doesn't show up in BIOS at all. It's not in the boot priority menu or anywhere else. When I boot into windows I can see all of the files on there. I tried it on my laptop and it DOES work, it boots up and its working with no problem. The flash drive is formatted in FAT32...
I'm probably missing something small here as usual, but I really don't know what it is... I tried the USB 3.0 port on the back, USB2.0 on the back of my mobo and USB2.0 on the front of my case...
Thanks for any help

Tried selecting USB Legacy mode for the USB ports in bios?
    
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In Advanced -> USB config? Both USB and USB3.0 are on enabled and they were enabled all the time
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