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Wow thanks man. So before all that I must update bios right? And, should I immediately set turbo to 45 or should I go slowly up from 34 (3.4ghz)?

Wishing your way up is a slow process. And a painful one.
I suggest you aim at a goal, say 4.5, and try and get stable on that
post #1352 of 7032
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I would update the BIOS, yes. Also, make sure than when you update the BIOS that you don't have an SSD plugged in. I have the same board as you only its the PRO and for some reason there's a glitch when you update the BIOS with an SSD installed that makes your settings not stay set and causes problems with TPU and EPU enabling themselves on their own. It's awful and it took me a month to figure out. So learn from my mistake and unplug the SSD temporarily.
You can work you way up, that's probably the best method but I'm type of overclocker where it's 4.5GHz or bust so I just go straight for it. If it needs too high of voltage or the temps are too high then try lower clocks.

Unplug my ssd eh? But Windows is on it, can I set the OC, when it gets to the screen which will probably tell me which drive to boot from, turn off the pc, connect SSD , then boot?
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You don't need windows to flash your BIOS, you do it in the BIOS. So flash the BIOS, restart, set all your values, restart and plug in the SSD.
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Got it.

You think there's much of a performance upgrade from 3.4 to 4.5? Or do I have to hit higher than 4.5 for upgrade?
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You're probably on beginner mode for the BIOS and not in Advanced mode. Any new BIOS/UEFI will have the option to change multi and voltages and whatnot. The BIOS version you are looking at in my guide was the first BIOS version for this motherboard.
Here is a screen shot to show it. If I go to cpu power management I can only set cpu ratio to 35. I might go back to 1616 were everything was available.
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Here is a screen shot to show it. If I go to cpu power management I can only set cpu ratio to 35. I might go back to 1616 were everything was available.

To change your multiplier just go to advanced > cpu something > cpu power management or something similar and you can change the multiplier. in ai tweak you can scroll down to change your voltage for cpu. I wouldn't mess with cpu blk. I too am using that bios.
     
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Got it.
You think there's much of a performance upgrade from 3.4 to 4.5? Or do I have to hit higher than 4.5 for upgrade?

I think that's worth it - that's what I got.
Thing is realistically, you won't need to oc it, at all, but for the fun of it, you might as well.

Remember these are quad core processors, that most of the time aren't even being used at 50% of they're power. If anything our processors are usually at 1.6ghz lol

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Here is a screen shot to show it. If I go to cpu power management I can only set cpu ratio to 35. I might go back to 1616 were everything was available.

Maybe check my bios settings in my Sig, copy them and everything should be there
post #1358 of 7032
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Here is a screen shot to show it. If I go to cpu power management I can only set cpu ratio to 35. I might go back to 1616 were everything was available.

I think you have a failed BIOS flash. Here is what you need to do, get 1616 and 1708 on the same flash drive. Unplug your SSD, hard restart the machine go into BIOS and reflash 1616, restart and flash to 1708, power down and plug the SSD back in. Then everything should work accordingly. There is a glitch with these P8Z77-V Pro boards (I have one) when you flash the BIOS with a SSD installed. I don't really understand it but I was having many problems until I flashed without my SSD installed.

If it doesn't work then just use 1616...
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I have tried everything I can't get those settings to come back I'm missing turbo ratio , Internal PPL Over voltage and many others. I'm stumped
post #1360 of 7032
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I have tried everything I can't get those settings to come back I'm missing turbo ratio , Internal PPL Over voltage and many others. I'm stumped

Did you do what I suggested? Also did you try a hard CMOS clear with the jumpers?
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