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thx for your reply
the a1 was a typing mistake but anyway.
by overclocking directly in the UEFI itself this would be doing it manually
and this is where i be stuck and i be just twiggleing my thumbs and banging my head against the wall.am ok building a pc up but thats it as i said my knowlege off oc is zero adjusting this and that
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You could try TwoCables' settings. You find them in one of the first posts of this club. After this, you should get Prime95 and make a torture test, best you choose blend with 4 threads. If this test runs without a stopping worker for 12h+, then consider your settings stable. You should do the test while not using the pc for other things, for example overnight.

You should also get real temp to monitor your core temps. If these are under 80°C all the time, that's ok, but there are several different opinions about highest temps.

If Windows will not boot, then try enabling Internal PLL Overvoltage

If it is not stable, you can try higher offset voltage (only get 1 step up and test afterwards, cause this will increase vcore and temps under load)

Another possibility to maintain a lower vcore ist to increase vccio voltage, but do not go higher than 1.15V please or 1.20 at maximum.

Last but not least, please do not change any overclocking related settings in ASUS' AI Suite, as they are applied during system startup and are not saved to your UEFI.

But best you first just try TwoCables' template and write about your prime results here to receive further help.
     
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Well I went and grabbed another board, this one works.

New proc runs cooler, but needs more voltage.
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Before we revert back to stock, I have one question: what do you mean that the profile saving feature doesn't work? What happens when you try to use it, and what are the exact steps you're taking when you to try to use it?
Nothing happens when I click it I set up a stock one and saved one for the overclock I'm at now.
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Nothing happens when I click it I set up a stock one and saved one for the overclock I'm at now.
Oh. Ai Suite II. Yeah, I hate to say it but I recommend uninstalling it and just relying entirely on the UEFI itself.

I've spent a great deal of time trying to get Ai Suite II to work for me in the same way that it works for Juan Jose at ASUS (he is their Senior Technical Marketing Director), but it keeps failing me. It looks like it's failing you too.

Besides, I hate the idea of this software because it works just like video overclocking software: it applies all of your setting during Windows startup. This means that none of your changes are permanently applied to the UEFI; instead, they just get applied when Windows loads Ai Suite II during Windows startup.

Therefore, I think Ai Suite II should only be used by people who are all on their own (that is, people who are not a member of Overclock.net or some other popular overclocking message board).
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post #3406 of 9370
ok guys did a little messing around re did the ai suite 11 auto clock on extreme. i let it run right through it did stop @ 4.7 and rebooted and then carry on oc but this time it was adjusting bclk only and it finished @4657mhz
something did feel a bit better than last time i got4.6
any way i rebooted into the bios and the setting was there @4.6 so i saved and exit.i checked in the ai suite again and the oc is still there so i rebooted again and checked and still got 4.6.but on previous times it allways reverted back to 4.2 ,so it seem my look was in so i did 2 prime95 test. the first one seem to go ok untill worker 3 stop@test 9 but the other workers was ok.
then i rerun prime again and this time worker went straight through untill it stop at worker 18.so i presuming this is down to the temp on that core as it shows in realtemp to be hotest.

check it out

http://i1201.photobucket.com/albums/...tresstest2.jpg

does 75 seem to hot or is that ok. i know i ran prime for around 20 mins.
but i read somewhere if you run prime95 more than 10 mins without shut down the oc would be ok .not sure if thats right or wrong?

but am going to see how long this auto oc last for before i be asking for manual oc
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Edited by chillidog - 9/4/11 at 5:26am
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I think thats a bit hot. your on stock cooling right?
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I think thats a bit hot. your on stock cooling right?
no using h70 watercooler
must stress thats is only on one core others are about 3-5 degrees less.but compareing the temps on realtemp and a1 suite i get some diff temp readings but not much
Edited by chillidog - 9/4/11 at 5:14am
post #3409 of 9370
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no using h70 watercooler
Tcase on our processors is 72.6 or something like that. I was running a h50 and my load temps on stock was 75C. With a mild overlock it went to 80c plus. I RMA'd that H50 and got a h100 and my temps went WAY down. Im in the 50's now at 4.3ghz. If you can fit the H100 in your case I would think about grabbing that.
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yes i did think about the h100
but before i built my system e-mailed corsair asking about the h70 with the 2500k chip and they said that the h70 is more capable even with oc.so i took their word for it
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