Originally Posted by $ilent
lol thanks ghost.
@Adomolis, you said it died, how did it die exactly?
Pc just did not turn on. Though the shutdown was successful). It failed when no heavy loads or anything were running.
Originally Posted by Riou
Depending upon the motherboard brand and model, the auto vcore setting for 4.2 GHz should be good enough. It would save more electricity when idle with lower voltage and increase vcore on load.
You mean leaving at auto, (NOT offset and NOT manual), and leaving multiplier at 42x ?
My MB is Asus Maximus 4 Gene-Z. Rev3Edited by adomolis - 3/9/12 at 4:04am