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So I am returning my B2-UD4 for a B3 and was sick of the boot loops so I jumped ship and grabbed a z68 V-Pro. I love the EFI bios however I am not able to maintain the same OC as I was with the UD4.

Previously I was able to run 4.7 at 1.34. If I try that now I get either a 124 error or sometimes a x00000A error. Previously I hadn't meseed with any other voltage than Vcore.

I'm certain it has to do with some of the options I was nto given on the UD4, Phase control, Duty Control, CPU current capability, 5 levels of LLC and the like.

Anyone have an idea of a good starting point for my settings because right now I feel like I have too many variables to choose from.

I willing to take the time and start from scratch but I'm looking for a good baseline.
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Try a BIOS update then try your old settings again
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Try a BIOS update then try your old settings again
Yep downloaded the new Bios from asus and still no luck.
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So I am returning my B2-UD4 for a B3 and was sick of the boot loops so I jumped ship and grabbed a z68 V-Pro. I love the EFI bios however I am not able to maintain the same OC as I was with the UD4.

Previously I was able to run 4.7 at 1.34. If I try that now I get either a 124 error or sometimes a x00000A error. Previously I hadn't meseed with any other voltage than Vcore.

I'm certain it has to do with some of the options I was nto given on the UD4, Phase control, Duty Control, CPU current capability, 5 levels of LLC and the like.

Anyone have an idea of a good starting point for my settings because right now I feel like I have too many variables to choose from.

I willing to take the time and start from scratch but I'm looking for a good baseline.
Set LLC to Ultra high and Phase control to Extreme, then try again.
    
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Set LLC to Ultra high and Phase control to Extreme, then try again.
And keep the other settings at auto? I have seen a few guides that talk about increasing the cpu current to 140% and the VRM frequency to 350...
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And keep the other settings at auto? I have seen a few guides that talk about increasing the cpu current to 140% and the VRM frequency to 350...
Yes, you could try that too.

Have a look at the second post in my Club. There you will find a step by step guide with bios pictures. Just Click on the 'show hidden text/pictures'

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That's the guide I read but it seemed like just to start I was changing so many things that I wouldn't be able to diagnose a BSOD with that many variables.

I'm gonna take a deeper dive tonight when I get home.
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