Originally Posted by Gaucho
I did! Uses profile #1 for the 2133 9-11-10-28 1.65v default values and everything else on AUTO
That is an "XMP" profile setting NOT default "Auto"
[/quote]Is this option for the memos or for the processor?[/quote]
"one-click" Turbo is for CPU only
[/quote]I just entered BIOS with F2 (after another try of tweaks with the processor) and clicked on the H/W monitor, and let it there for hours......
What geronimo said
[/quote]Yeah I'll keep reading, but honestly I don't have much patience to do it..... I wish I could find a config 'ready' for my system
... might be the most important virtue an overclocker can have
Promethius ... come in ... I think we may have a failure to communicate?
I have a Asrock Z68 PRO 3 with a SandyBridge intel 2500k (3.3ghz). Yesterday I decided to give it a fresh format (and downloaded all the drivers when I saw v 2.10 of UEFI BIOS)
Put it on a USB (FAT) drive, flashed the BIOS and:
-it didn't go quite well (it didn't restart properly)
-I cleared de CMSO via jumpers (2 and 3)
-it worked (installed windows 7 x64) but i saw there were problems with an unknown device (so after some reading I have found out that this BIOS version is not for my type of CPU)
I think ASRock could use a New website designer/copy writer! ... they don't even list the previously approved stable bios' for Sandy Bridge anymore
Obscurely they refer to it here
But the "fine print" (release notes) does say P2.10 --> Quote: "Supports Intel's 3rd Generation CPU.To support Intel's 3rd Generation (Ivy Bridge) CPU"
Not Good ... DFI, whom I equate/compare ASRock as the present day equivalent, would never let this happen! The old DFI Street boys must be laughing/repeating again ... "I told you so"!