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Also never update your BIOS from within the Operating System. Always update your BIOS from a flash drive. Yes, ASUS wrote the program so that you could update it from within the OS but it has a serious chance of fragging your BIOS and then they won't support it. (I'm not making this up, they tell you that if you update the BIOS from within the OS that it causes problems and they won't stand behind their product, even though it's their software. Always update from a flash drive!)

Yea, that's indeed the best and safest way but I didn't have a flash drive at hand at the time so...
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Dag Nabbit!!!! I wish I had seen this earlier. I have been trying to satiate that damn software program (PC Probe II) for a few weeks now, with their stupid alarms going off, The Vcore fluctuations were
the worst alarm going off. After adjusting and readjusting I thought this is rediculous, I couldn't make that damn thing happy no matter what I set it to. So I turned of the Vcore monitoring and it started
giving me a +3.3V Alarm, never having that alarm go off prior to stopping the Vcore monitoring told me this app. was FUBARED from a coding point of view.


I think the OP should set the BIOSs' AI Tweak to XMP and be done with it. That's what I did and turned off the Asus Blote ware garbage. It may be to sensitive but I adjusted the settings to allow a bit of
room for fluctiations involving the Power Supply and the Power lines by moving the sliders, still no joy with that Crap Ware Program.
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Dag Nabbit!!!! I wish I had seen this earlier. I have been trying to satiate that damn software program (PC Probe II) for a few weeks now, with their stupid alarms going off, The Vcore fluctuations were
the worst alarm going off. After adjusting and readjusting I thought this is rediculous, I couldn't make that damn thing happy no matter what I set it to. So I turned of the Vcore monitoring and it started
giving me a +3.3V Alarm, never having that alarm go off prior to stopping the Vcore monitoring told me this app. was FUBARED from a coding point of view.


I think the OP should set the BIOSs' AI Tweak to XMP and be done with it. That's what I did and turned off the Asus Blote ware garbage. It may be to sensitive but I adjusted the settings to allow a bit of
room for fluctiations involving the Power Supply and the Power lines by moving the sliders, still no joy with that Crap Ware Program.
I didn't realize that this was a 2+ month old thread that AtaliaA1 replied to. (Click to show)

 

The problem with the XMP mode in the BIOS or the TPD mode in the BIOS (both are automatic overclocking settings) is that the software uses an automated voltage offset and a very high LLC setting, which places far more voltage on the core and far more load on the VRM circuitry than necessary for the given clock. I'm stable at 4.9GHz with the voltages that the TPD (and AI Suite II) gave me for a 4.8 GHz stable setting. (The temperatures are too high for my taste, probably because of my case configuration.)

 

I'm a full 0.060 Vcore lower than the Asus automated settings with my current OC profile (which matches the performance of the TPD settings) and I've never had a BSOD with these settings, even after an 18 hour Prime95 run, 5 loops of IBT, and 3 months of nearly 24/7 folding on a SMP client using all cores. Automated settings always over-volt everything, because they're "guaranteeing" stability through an algorithm for broadly configured settings rather than through days or weeks of trial and error with fine-tuned settings.

 

If the OP is willing to invest the time in the OC process and learn the particular system well, then there's no substituting the old-fashioned OC message of research, change one setting at a time in small increments, and stress test well. The P8P67 / Z68 owners thread and the Sandy Stable thread (both links in my signature) are great resources that also link to other threads (even some off-site threads) and if you take the time to read the first few posts in each of them and all of the links that they link to, you can learn a great deal more about your system. :)

 

 


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The problem with the XMP mode in the BIOS or the TPD mode in the BIOS (both are automatic overclocking settings) is that the software uses an automated voltage offset and a very high LLC setting, which places far more voltage on the core and far more load on the VRM circuitry than necessary for the given clock. I'm stable at 4.9GHz with the voltages that the TPD (and AI Suite II) gave me for a 4.8 GHz stable setting. (The temperatures are too high for my taste, probably because of my case configuration.)

I'm a full 0.060 Vcore lower than the Asus automated settings with my current OC profile (which matches the performance of the TPD settings) and I've never had a BSOD with these settings, even after an 18 hour Prime95 run, 5 loops of IBT, and 3 months of nearly 24/7 folding on a SMP client using all cores. Automated settings always over-volt everything, because they're "guaranteeing" stability through an algorithm for broadly configured settings rather than through days or weeks of trial and error with fine-tuned settings.

If the OP is willing to invest the time in the OC process and learn the particular system well, then there's no substituting the old-fashioned OC message of research, change one setting at a time in small increments, and stress test well. The P8P67 / Z68 owners thread and the Sandy Stable thread (both links in my signature) are great resources that also link to other threads (even some off-site threads) and if you take the time to read the first few posts in each of them and all of the links that they link to, you can learn a great deal more about your system. smile.gif

I do not believe that any manufacturer of any electrical item will increase voltage in a manner that will cause problems for the device they sell.

I have the Asus P6t MB and with the XMP mode on I have never had an alarm with their own software or any other, I believe you wanted to spew
technical babble. Now I could be wrong but the equivilant of your statement would be an auto manufacturer boring out a 442 engine with a VW drive train. So unless you want to loose REP Points prove that statetment with an article from a reliable source.

Just because I found this site resently doesn't mean I am "Green" to OC'ing. Proof Sir. or Loose Rep points as this thread will remain up as your resume of sorts.
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I do not believe that any manufacturer of any electrical item will increase voltage in a manner that will cause problems for the device they sell.

I have the Asus P6t MB and with the XMP mode on I have never had an alarm with their own software or any other, I believe you wanted to spew
technical babble. Now I could be wrong but the equivilant of your statement would be an auto manufacturer boring out a 442 engine with a VW drive train. So unless you want to loose REP Points prove that statetment with an article from a reliable source.

Just because I found this site resently doesn't mean I am "Green" to OC'ing. Proof Sir. or Loose Rep points as this thread will remain up as your resume of sorts.



If you would like help on a specific issue or there is a specific statement that I made that you do not understand or that you believe to be false, feel free to PM me and I will clarify it for you.

 

Welcome to OCN.

 

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