Originally Posted by ahnafakeef
Thanks for the reply.
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1. How do I disable the igpu? I've heard that doing so should help overclocking?
2. I'm using this
RAM kit. It says on their site that it runs at 1600MHz at 1.5v with timings of 9-9-9-24. Are these the values that I'm supposed to input in the DRAM Timing Control section?
I have a tablet thats being charged right now. I'll get to it once its ready.
Thanks again! EDIT :
I dont know if its because of the updated BIOS (1707) or my Maximus V (as opposed to the Sabertooth used as an example in the guide), but my BIOS shows an Extreme Tweaker menu instead of an AI Tweaker menu, and things are a bit different than the instructions provided in the guide.
I did not find the following options in the Extreme Tweaker menu:
i) BCLK/PEG Frequency
ii) ASUS MultiCore Enhancement
iii) Ratio Synchronizing Control
iv) 1-core ratio limit
Instead a found a number of new/extra options in the Extreme Tweaker menu, but I did not write them down since I was told not to bother about them.
Everything else seemed fine, but what do I do about the four options that I did not find in the menu?
It doesn’t sound like you have the igpu enabled. You can check in Device manager under Display Adapters to see if anything is listed besides your Titan. You can also run Valley 1.0, which you will want to test your Titan anyway, and when you get your score after the benchmark run it should not list anything extra in the GPU model – if it doesn’t then igpu is off.
I have your mobo and bios, you can follow all the guide settings, our bios pages just look a little different.
For the ram, you are correct, just copy those numbers into the Dram Timing Control page, and the voltage goes in the main Extreme Tweaker page under DRAM Voltage.
Change Ai Overclock Tuner to Manual from Auto and you will see the BCLK and such. We don’t have a MultiCore Enhancement choice so don’t worry about it.
BCLK should be 100.0, Turbo Ratio is Manual, and Ratio Synchronizing Control should be Enabled. Set your chosen multiplier (I would pick 44 because of your cooler) under the Advanced Tab – CPU Configuration - CPU Management Configuration. Change CPU Ratio to 44, then underneath that you have the first three choices Enabled, the last three disabled.
Once you change the CPU Ratio to 44 there, the stuff under Turbo Ratio on the Extreme Tweaker tab will change automatically to 44 for all 4 cores.