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Originally Posted by nucleonis View Post

Actually it is not.

The Solution

For all who own an ASUS Formula Z Listen Up.
After many hours of frustration and cursing Asus up and down, I located a small switch on the top of the board that is unlabeled.
Curious as to what it might do, I read the manual.

After about an hour of pouring over the manual, I discovered, that switch is for something called "SLOW MODE"

This switch makes the cpu drop into a safe overclocking mode, so you can overclock to your hearts content, and when you get your settings right, you switch it back off.

Problem was it was on when I bought it.

Cheers.

Lol this thread has been dead for months dude, and i dont even own that mobo. it was just the low power state
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i7-4710HQ GTX 970M 3GB 16GB 256GB M.2 SSD 
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250GB m.2 SSD 1TB HDD Fedora 23 Windows 10 
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4k IPS Corsair K95 Corsair K65 
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