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Originally Posted by Subbieh;14191315 
True that, but I see far more less problems with MSI or Asrock ones though. I took a board that seemed good now (GB ) and it really is crappy on OCing and the BIOSes s*ck
Well, MSI and ASRock are also far less popular when it comes to motherboards (especially ASRock). ASUS has always been the first brand name that most people think of when they decide that they want to shop for motherboards. Even I still think "budget junk" when I see the name "ASRock" (I almost get the same feeling that I get when I see "ECS"). It's very difficult to change that mindset even though I know better now. The same is true for me when I see "MSI" and "motherboard" in the same sentence, except they're coming around too.

So, I say that your chances of ending up with a bad ASUS board are actually quite small.
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I have OC'd on my p8p67 evo/i5-2500k to 4.5mhz. I used all default bios settings and all I did was change the multiplyer to 45. It is prime stable and using the default offset mode + I get a stable 4.5 @ 1.32volts. The only problem that I have is when I am using my computer under normal use the vcore can go up to 1.39, WHY? If I prime 95 stess test it will not go above 1.32 but under normal use it goes to 1.39?? I would be thankful for any advice.
    
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I have OC'd on my p8p67 evo/i5-2500k to 4.5mhz. I used all default bios settings and all I did was change the multiplyer to 45. It is prime stable and using the default offset mode + I get a stable 4.5 @ 1.32volts. The only problem that I have is when I am using my computer under normal use the vcore can go up to 1.39, WHY? If I prime 95 stess test it will not go above 1.32 but under normal use it goes to 1.39?? I would be thankful for any advice.
This is because of the Load Line Calibration. Try setting it to Ultra high, then set Vcore to Offset + 0.02 or what you need to reach 1.32v on your CPU. You have to test this. Also disable the C3/C6 detection in bios, to avoid Idle BSOD.
    
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my board oc'd my cpu to 4.5ghz i dont know enough about overclocking to do it manually and i just find it scary lol
is the auto tuning safe i guess is my question ha
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Thank you for the info. I actually have just stumbled upon the best settings I have seen so far. I updated to the newest bios and I am running prime 95 right now, I am 1.5 hours into the stress test stable at 4.5mhz @ 1.25vcore. I can not believe it. If it can stay stable then I will create a thread on my settings.
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my board oc'd my cpu to 4.5ghz i dont know enough about overclocking to do it manually and i just find it scary lol
is the auto tuning safe i guess is my question ha
The fast Auto tuning is safe. You gotta watch the Extreme Autotuning, as it can go crazy on the Vcore. Stop it when you feel the Vcore and temps are going too far.


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Thank you for the info. I actually have just stumbled upon the best settings I have seen so far. I updated to the newest bios and I am running prime 95 right now, I am 1.5 into the stress test stable at 4.5mhz @ 1.25vcore. I can not believe it. If it can stay stable then I will create a thread on my settings.
Seems like you got a lucky 2500K Congrats
    
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post #1757 of 9343
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my board oc'd my cpu to 4.5ghz i dont know enough about overclocking to do it manually and i just find it scary lol
is the auto tuning safe i guess is my question ha
It is not scary I am a noob too when it comes to OC'ing.

I personally would not use auto tuning. I used I first built my computer but it was terrible. So NO DO NOT USE IT lol. There are really good guide on here and I might be making one later today.
    
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post #1758 of 9343
mine is 4.5 now whats the stress test you guys use all i really use is the cinebench
post #1759 of 9343
alot of people use prime 95 but there are other out there.

One of the reasons I said not to use auto tune is when I used auto tune it changed my bus speed to 103. I had stability issues and it also affected my GPU performance.
    
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post #1760 of 9343
what are important tings to change when ocing. or have i to fiddle with everything? cos their is lots of **** in bios for tuning and its a bit daunting lol
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