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asus auto o/c

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Why is there so many auto overclocking things on the asus p67
boards.

You got the one with the asus suite2 i thing tune up

There one at the bios splash screen optimal looks
like a gage with fire.

And in IE tweaker theres oc tuner

And ant there a switch on the board to that overclocks it.

Do they all do the same thing or dose each one o/c different.
post #2 of 5
Turn them all off and OC by hand.
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I know that i allway o/c by hand
i just wanted to know wht there was so many auto o/c yhings for the board
thats all.
post #4 of 5
Some will be utilities to oc for you, others are like a turbo mode that allows the mobo to oc live
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tpu switch is beast. rest are meh.
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