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Ok I have an Asus p8z68-V pro gen 3 board and a i5 2500k Bios version is 402 I have watched several videos on how to overclock this set up and have read a few threads on it but can't get an answer to my problem. I set the Ai overclock tuner to manual then I set the turbo ratio to by per core cannot adjust in OS. Next step is where I have problems it says auto on all 4 cores and wont let me change it. Anyone happen to know why it won't ?



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Here are the screen shots

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You should be able to just click on each core where it says auto and put in a number, maybe needs a bios update?
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Ok I feel stupid I wasn't hitting enter LOL
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