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Here is a picture of my settings. Everything not shown is default. Bios version is 1704. The reason I think it takes to long time is that my old dell laptop is at the windows desktop before this motherboard even shows me the bios logo...

Booting with just the SSD (Crucial m4 128gb) installed does not change the time.

Timed the post state leds.

CPU_LED: On 0 sec Off 2 sec
DRAM_LED: On 2 sec Off 4 sec
VGA_LED: On 4 sec Off 8 sec
BOOT_DEVICE_LED: On 8 sec Off 15 sec
Windows Desktop ~22 sec

Nethermir, yours much be more or less instantaneous to reach the desktop in that time?

Edit: Why is my image resized?
Full size: http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images...ettingsdu.jpg/
Are you saying that you see the Windows desktop about 22 seconds after pressing the power button?


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Hmm freezes?

I think I disabled mine because it kept showing the "removable hardware" tray icon and it annoyed the crap out of me.
That's solved by installing Intel's Rapid Storage Technology.
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post #3592 of 9343
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Are you saying that you see the Windows desktop about 22 seconds after pressing the power button?



That's solved by installing Intel's Rapid Storage Technology.
Hmm orly, I might need to try it. But are there benefits for having hot swap on? Someone said freeze fixes earlier?
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Hmm orly, I might need to try it. But are there benefits for having hot swap on? Someone said freeze fixes earlier?
I have no idea.

Regarding RST: it will help improve performance a little too.
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post #3594 of 9343
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Are you saying that you see the Windows desktop about 22 seconds after pressing the power button?
Yes. And of that time, 15 seconds are spent before POST.
post #3595 of 9343
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Yes. And of that time, 15 seconds are spent before POST.
Yeah, same here. However, you see the desktop about 10 seconds before I do.
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post #3596 of 9343
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Let's make these changes. The main reason for the following changes is to help a little bit with overclocking:
  1. Ai Overclock Tuner: Manual
  2. Internal PLL Overvoltage: Disabled

You're very smart for using a manually-set Offset Voltage instead of Auto because an Auto offset voltage makes the voltage go much higher than it needs to be.

Let's try these changes:
  1. Load-Line Calibration: Ultra High
  2. VRM Frequency: Manual
  3. VRM Fixed Frequency Mode: 350
  4. Duty Control: Extreme
  5. CPU Current Capability: 140% is safe because you're being helped by us!
  6. CPU Spread Spectrum: Enabled (no real reason, but this ensures that it's always working)

Let's disable Hyper-Threading unless you know you need it for certain things (there are no games that benefit from it right now). Hyper-Threading also increases temps and it slightly hinders gaming performance and overclocking potential.

Regarding the CPU Power Management: here's how I believe it should be configured for simple overclocks like ours:

I'm looking forward to your reply!
So I tried the things you suggested (although I left CPU Current Capacity at 130% since 140% is red and red is scary).

It boots and ran IBT (standard 5 pass, so nothing too major) but I didnt see a drop in temps which seems odd. And despite having the offset set to -.060 I CPUZ still reported the Core Voltage at 1.3something under heavy load.

While playing Red Orchestra 2 the CPU only hit 50c though so thats not too bad.
    
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Hi guys, sry i entered the club without an p8p67, but im from Argentina and i have an P8H67 mob with Intel 2500k micro.

I have problems with overclocking in the BIOS of my mother, because im not able to change the CPU Multiplier from 16-33!

i tried enable/disable most of the recommended options in the bios but no luck , im still not able to change that f!"·"!Ckn cpu ratio above 33.......

Also tried with Turbo Evo soft, but this soft doesnt allow me to change the cpu ratio, only the BCLK and voltages...

my question is, my mother doesnt support edit the ratio value above the cpuid specifications, i mean values of the range 16-33¿?!¿!?¿

i want to reach 4ghz and i canttttttt!!!!

sry for my english!! tnx a lot
post #3598 of 9343
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Hi guys, sry i entered the club without an p8p67, but im from Argentina and i have an P8H67 mob with Intel 2500k micro.

I have problems with overclocking in the BIOS of my mother, because im not able to change the CPU Multiplier from 16-33!

i tried enable/disable most of the recommended options in the bios but no luck , im still not able to change that f!"·"!Ckn cpu ratio above 33.......

Also tried with Turbo Evo soft, but this soft doesnt allow me to change the cpu ratio, only the BCLK and voltages...

my question is, my mother doesnt support edit the ratio value above the cpuid specifications, i mean values of the range 16-33¿?!¿!?¿

i want to reach 4ghz and i canttttttt!!!!

sry for my english!! tnx a lot
You can't overclock the CPU on an H67 motherboard, only P67 and Z68 (for Sandy Bridge)
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i'm an owner of p8z68 LE board and I'm having trouble adjusting as you guys suggest for 43x oc. is it b/c the board is LE that I cannot adjust the vcore manually and I can only use offset mode? also no VRM frequency...
thank you
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So I tried the things you suggested (although I left CPU Current Capacity at 130% since 140% is red and red is scary).
There is nothing unsafe about using 140% because you are not trying to do this by yourself. Instead, you're being wise and having others help you. Therefore, 140% is very safe. I know that it turns red, but ASUS programmed the UEFI to turn it red when you choose 140%.


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It boots and ran IBT (standard 5 pass, so nothing too major) but I didnt see a drop in temps which seems odd.
I didn't really expect lower temps.


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And despite having the offset set to -.060 I CPUZ still reported the Core Voltage at 1.3something under heavy load.
Then please post a screenshot of Real Temp 3.67 to show your VID.

To show the VID, click this button until the VID is displayed:




You will probably have to put some load on the CPU in order to get it to show your actual VID.
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