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Awesome! Sounds like you are good to go man, just a glitch. Just set it up the way you normally would from here, however you had the bios set up before.
I bought it prebuilt so the company set it up lol...i dont know really what to setup?
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I bought it prebuilt so the company set it up lol...i dont know really what to setup?
Glad you got this sorted!

Well it sounds like you get to take a stab at your first OC. Do you know what speed/voltage the CPU was running at prior to resetting? Do you have an old CPU-Z screenshot or anything like that? That would help you get pointed in the right direction.

It shouldn't be too hard to hit 3.6ghz if that's what it was set at before, go check out a i7 OC guide.

If you don't feel like reading, I found this post. He has a template for a 4.2ghz OC with your mobo. You will probably have to adjust the voltage a bit to find what is stable for your CPU. You can lower the bclk to 191 to give you ~4.0ghz, which will require less voltage.
Edited by anubis1127 - 8/17/11 at 7:32pm
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Glad you got this sorted!

Well it sounds like you get to take a stab at your first OC. Do you know what speed/voltage the CPU was running at prior to resetting? Do you have an old CPU-Z screenshot or anything like that? That would help you get pointed in the right direction.

It shouldn't be too hard to hit 3.6ghz if that's what it was set at before, go check out a i7 OC guide.
Funny you should ask this lol. I have everything. The voltage was way too high before though and i hit 90C on load. People said to lower the voltage to 1.28 (it was on 1.32) but i didnt know how. I guess i can do it myslf now . This is the thread regarding the overclock and this is the thread regarding my temps. Take a look and see.

One thing bothers me about all this though. How am i meant to upgrade in the future without this problem happening again? I mean, i wanted to upgrademy GPU soon, but i dont want this to happen again.
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post #24 of 27
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Funny you should ask this lol. I have everything. The voltage was way too high before though and i hit 90C on load. People said to lower the voltage to 1.28 (it was on 1.32) but i didnt know how. I guess i can do it myslf now . This is the thread regarding the overclock and this is the thread regarding my temps. Take a look and see.

One thing bothers me about all this though. How am i meant to upgrade in the future without this problem happening again? I mean, i wanted to upgrademy GPU soon, but i dont want this to happen again.
Right on, well just set those values back in, and you should be good to go. I think you can go higher than 3.6ghz though.

Is your pc under warranty from wherever you bought it from? Did they register the board with Asus, so you have the asus warranty? Honestly that shouldn't happen with the board, and I found a lot of posts in the asus forums with similar issues, so you aren't alone. A lot of the people on there ended up eventually RMA'ing their board.

Not saying you have to do this, but if the problem purists, I would definitely contact ASUS support, or if it's under warranty from the pre-built place them.


[edit]Just looked over those threads, yeah, they did exactly what I thought, just gave you a mild 3.6OC, and over volted the p**s out of it, left most things on auto. I think you can do better on you're own, just check out that guide, and go from there.
Edited by anubis1127 - 8/17/11 at 7:45pm
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Right on, well just set those values back in, and you should be good to go. I think you can go higher than 3.6ghz though.

Is your pc under warranty from wherever you bought it from? Did they register the board with Asus, so you have the asus warranty? Honestly that shouldn't happen with the board, and I found a lot of posts in the asus forums with similar issues, so you aren't alone. A lot of the people on there ended up eventually RMA'ing their board.

Not saying you have to do this, but if the problem purists, I would definitely contact ASUS support, or if it's under warranty from the pre-built place them.


[edit]Just looked over those threads, yeah, they did exactly what I thought, just gave you a mild 3.6OC, and over volted the p**s out of it, left most things on auto. I think you can do better on you're own, just check out that guide, and go from there.
Why would you even need to up the vcore for a 3.6? I would just change the multi to 40 and go. Shouldn't need to up the voltage for that.
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Right on, well just set those values back in, and you should be good to go. I think you can go higher than 3.6ghz though.

Is your pc under warranty from wherever you bought it from? Did they register the board with Asus, so you have the asus warranty? Honestly that shouldn't happen with the board, and I found a lot of posts in the asus forums with similar issues, so you aren't alone. A lot of the people on there ended up eventually RMA'ing their board.

Not saying you have to do this, but if the problem purists, I would definitely contact ASUS support, or if it's under warranty from the pre-built place them.


[edit]Just looked over those threads, yeah, they did exactly what I thought, just gave you a mild 3.6OC, and over volted the p**s out of it, left most things on auto. I think you can do better on you're own, just check out that guide, and go from there.
I will definitely check out that guide. I am under warranty fro labour only now, so parts is not part of it. Im giong ivy bridge next year so i may just OC the CPU and GPU for now and leave it at that. I cannot be bothered with this again lol. I may not be so lucky next time! I mean, thejmpers were on! That means im allowed inside lol. Oh well, the TIM application that the company had done.....aweful. I think i done a better job.

I assume that guide covers pretty much everything? If so, i will look forward to having a go .
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post #27 of 27
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Why would you even need to up the vcore for a 3.6? I would just change the multi to 40 and go. Shouldn't need to up the voltage for that.
He has a i7 930, that's why

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I will definitely check out that guide. I am under warranty fro labour only now, so parts is not part of it. Im giong ivy bridge next year so i may just OC the CPU and GPU for now and leave it at that. I cannot be bothered with this again lol. I may not be so lucky next time! I mean, thejmpers were on! That means im allowed inside lol. Oh well, the TIM application that the company had done.....aweful. I think i done a better job.

I assume that guide covers pretty much everything? If so, i will look forward to having a go .
Ah, well that's kind of BS, because the board should have came with a 3 year warranty, but whatever, just don't buy from that company again.

Yeah, it covers all the bases, plus there are tons of posts of people with issues, and suggestions for fixes, mainly it's just raise your vcore until you're stable at desired clock speed.
Edited by anubis1127 - 8/17/11 at 8:40pm
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