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Originally Posted by Malphis View Post

Is the only way to change the multiplier through the control center because I don't see an option to do that in this bios?

Look in CPU features at the bottom ...............4 core multi there..core ratio limit?
thats where I changed mine
Edited by Tyreman - 1/13/13 at 3:33am
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Look in CPU features at the bottom ...............4 core multi there..core ratio limit?
thats where I changed mine

I'll give that a try and see what happens. A few minutes ago I tried using the OC genie option through the bios and not the button, and using the default settings it provides. It did overclock the CPU to 4.2 as I anticipated, but the voltage would drop at idle while the clock speed remained the same.
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I'll give that a try and see what happens. A few minutes ago I tried using the OC genie option through the bios and not the button, and using the default settings it provides. It did overclock the CPU to 4.2 as I anticipated, but the voltage would drop at idle while the clock speed remained the same.


and adjust cpu ratio to Auto if memory serves right
necessary c`s enabled
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and adjust cpu ratio to Auto if memory serves right
necessary c`s enabled

Well your first post did the trick! I'm glad you came along. This one has been stumping me for days. I reset all bios settings to default, changed the 4 core ratios individually to 42, saved and restarted. The system was running at 4.2 and voltage was normal as well, neither would drop at idle, but then i enabled c1e, restarted the system and that did it. Thanks for your help.
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Originally Posted by Malphis View Post

Well your first post did the trick! I'm glad you came along. This one has been stumping me for days. I reset all bios settings to default, changed the 4 core ratios individually to 42, saved and restarted. The system was running at 4.2 and voltage was normal as well, neither would drop at idle, but then i enabled c1e, restarted the system and that did it. Thanks for your help.


Good it works
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I've got another problem. My spinpoints are in raid0 config on the Sata 2 ports and I have succesfully created a raid volume and installed Windows on it. However, after clearing CMOS due to a CPU swap the bios does not want to boot from the raid array anymore unless I hit F11 early in the POST process and select the raid array in the boot menu.

How do I get the system to automatically boot from the raid array again?
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I have OC i7 3770K stable 100.5 x 48 ( 4.824 Ghz ) with nice temp, idle 32 degrees.
My Gpu GTX 680 also OC" ed.












Edited by MS X-Treme - 5/8/13 at 10:12am
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I've got another problem. My spinpoints are in raid0 config on the Sata 2 ports and I have succesfully created a raid volume and installed Windows on it. However, after clearing CMOS due to a CPU swap the bios does not want to boot from the raid array anymore unless I hit F11 early in the POST process and select the raid array in the boot menu.

How do I get the system to automatically boot from the raid array again?

Somehow after the clear CMOS the SATA configuration reverted to the default setting. Check back again the SATA mode on the BIOS setting & make sure that it's on RAID Mode & that the SATA ports with SSDs on RAID 0 is set with disabled SATA Hot Plug.



Check on the BIOS Boot Device setting & make sure that the 1st Boot Device is [Hard Disk:Intel Vol0]. Disable the USB Boot Device. During reboot it will read the RAID 0 drives first. In your case, it's not reading the RAID array first that's why it doesn't boot on the RAID array with OS.


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4.6 Stable overclock with Intelburn. A bit more tweaking to do.

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Might be getting this board, will my g.skill snipers work with it? They're 1866mhz CL9.
Edited by adi518 - 1/13/13 at 2:44pm
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