Originally Posted by chillidog
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 80Â°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.