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thanks Raja for this, now i can cheat and cut some hours in bios and go strait for some kind of 24/7 oc setting:thumb:
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Another New BIOS 0015
http://www.datafilehost.com/download-3f35ecb6.html

Improved DRAM OC (specially 2Dimm /channel)
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I hate to necro post but does anyone have any idea why my rig would fail to boot with one of the preset overclocking configurations? I chose the Normal OC and when it restarted there is no output to the monitor and the system keeps looping, turning on for 30 seconds, turning off, turning on for a fraction of a second then turning off and repeating that loop.

If anyone could help I'd appreciate it, I can't understand why the system would fail to boot on a tested overclocking configuration.
post #24 of 39
^ go into the memory setting and drop the speed.
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post #25 of 39
Forgot to mention I'm a total n00b at overclocking, how much do you recommend dropping it by?
post #26 of 39
Nevermind, I checked and it had taken up the speed from 1600 to 2000, that's why it didn't boot haha. I set it back to 1666 and it booted fine @4.375GHz, now to run P95 for a few hours to check. Thanks for the help! +rep
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No problem, glad its working.
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I want to keep everything on Auto and use CPU Level Up, and that's it, but my memory is 2133 but reads at 1600. Please help me fix this, when I try to make it go at 2133 I can't post and have to reset CMOS!
post #29 of 39
halp!
post #30 of 39
Have you tried to run XMP profile if avalible?
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