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Quote:
Originally Posted by N3V3R View Post

3570K won't get over 3800 MHz (well now it's 4200 MHz - BUT I want 4500 !!)

I posted my issue over at the ROG site here.
After reverting to BIOS 1408 last night I was able to get my 3570k on a MVG to 4200 MHz, but when attempting 4500 MHz it failed. Member Chino suggested completely wiping my system of the Ai Suite Utility (which I find very useful) and start my OC again.

I'm assuming most of those that post in this thread have successful overclocks with this board. For some reason, I cannot. I followed this guide, but if you read through my thread here, you'll see I was unsuccessful to get anything above stock 3800 MHz with BIOS 1604.

Is anyone having issues with the Ai Suite and overclocking a 3570K?
Any troubleshooting steps suggested?

Thanks
I would suggest you go to the guide here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards
Our ROG bios looks a little different than the screen shots in that guide, but anything not listed as being changed can be left at defaults.

Following that guide I had no trouble at all ocing 3 chips.

Reflashing bios would be a good idea before starting fresh with that guide.
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post #2302 of 4018
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

I would suggest you go to the guide here:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1291703/ivy-bridge-overclocking-guide-asus-motherboards
Our ROG bios looks a little different than the screen shots in that guide, but anything not listed as being changed can be left at defaults.

Following that guide I had no trouble at all ocing 3 chips.

Reflashing bios would be a good idea before starting fresh with that guide.

Yes, I went through that guide, it's identical (settings) to the ROG guide I linked to ROG OC 3570k on a MVG
The ROG guide just has the identical screens and setup as I do.

My build is here.
post #2303 of 4018
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Originally Posted by N3V3R View Post

Yes, I went through that guide, it's identical (settings) to the ROG guide I linked to ROG OC 3570k on a MVG
The ROG guide just has the identical screens and setup as I do.

My build is here.
Sorry I haven't spent the time to read your links. If all your settings exactly match the guide I linked, except for your specific ram timings and voltage, then I would suggest you post your specific ocing problems on the thread I linked.

This is an owner's thread not an oc thread, so if you say exactly what problems you are having, what fails, when, and what you are doing to test it then myself or others will try to help on the linked thread.

By the way, this is how to get your rig to show up in your posts:
http://www.overclock.net/t/1258253/how-to-put-your-rig-in-your-sig
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Thanks, I try as you suggested. I saw that guide, but didn't realize it was also a thread - 300 pages worth thumb.gif
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Hi,

I just pruchased a MVF. My question is... before i install windows etc. Should i update the bios straight away to the latest version?
    
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I always update BIOS first...
post #2307 of 4018
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Originally Posted by ninojean View Post

Hi,

I just pruchased a MVF. My question is... before i install windows etc. Should i update the bios straight away to the latest version?
Newest bios is buggy. If you're installing w7, i'd just wait for a new release. Bios updates can be done just fine with os installed.
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post #2308 of 4018
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Originally Posted by N3V3R View Post

3570K won't get over 3800 MHz (well now it's 4200 MHz - BUT I want 4500 !!)


After reverting to BIOS 1408 last night I was able to get my 3570k on a MVG to 4200 MHz, but when attempting 4500 MHz it failed. Member Chino suggested completely wiping my system of the Ai Suite Utility (which I find very useful) and start my OC again.

you'll see I was unsuccessful to get anything above stock 3800 MHz with BIOS 1604.

Is anyone having issues with the Ai Suite and overclocking a 3570K?
Any troubleshooting steps suggested?

You can just install the AI suite utilities you require i.e. do not install CPU level up etc.

I personally do not use AI suite because it automatically starts with windows and in task manager I find it uses 2-3% CPU utilization even if you are not using it
I use CPUZ, Real Temp and MSI Afterburner for OC monitoring during initial stability testing.
HW Monitor is another useful utility for monitoring motherboard temps but is inaccurate in other monitoring voltages

I am using 1604 to OC my 2500k I personally find it more stable than 1408 but that don't help you OC with your 3570k

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Double post.
Just use page back to avoid double post
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Just use page back to avoid double post

Does that actually work? Thanks for the tip, I will be using this next time.
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Originally Posted by N3V3R View Post

3570K won't get over 3800 MHz (well now it's 4200 MHz - BUT I want 4500 !!)

I posted my issue over at the ROG site here.
After reverting to BIOS 1408 last night I was able to get my 3570k on a MVG to 4200 MHz, but when attempting 4500 MHz it failed. Member Chino suggested completely wiping my system of the Ai Suite Utility (which I find very useful) and start my OC again.

I'm assuming most of those that post in this thread have successful overclocks with this board. For some reason, I cannot. I followed this guide, but if you read through my thread here, you'll see I was unsuccessful to get anything above stock 3800 MHz with BIOS 1604.

Is anyone having issues with the Ai Suite and overclocking a 3570K?
Any troubleshooting steps suggested?

Thanks
Yes, don't use AI Suite to overclock. Use the UEFI BIOS to do it. Don't even install AI Suite, it's can cause other issues as well, like sticky settings that won't change. My advice- completely remove AI Suite. There's plenty of monitoring programs and such out there, there's no use for asus' utility, it causes more problems than it helps solve.
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