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Hey

Does anyone know what setting in the BIOs is keeping my CPU throttle with 6-10% CPU usage in Task Manager?

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Hey

Does anyone know what setting in the BIOs is keeping my CPU throttle with 6-10% CPU usage in Task Manager?


Power management in windows might be doing it or if you want in constantly overclocked to the max then turn off Intel speed step.
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So I followed the link at the bottom basically to a T till I got to the AI-suite part. Hit F10 and now the motherboard won't power back on. Did the pin method and even removed the battery. Nothing. When I hit F10 the computer shut off. No way this could have fried the mobo as I was just messing with power savings settings.

Motherboard is an Asus VI Hero + 4770K


Link to what I followed

https://rog.asus.com/10052013/maximus-motherboards/maximus-vi-power-saving-power-tuning-guide/


I was about to start Ocing too, but first I wanted to do all the power settings first. I can't get any power at all to the mobo. I removed the 24 pin connector and used the jumper to make sure PSU was good and it works. All my fans and water pump come on.
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So I followed the link at the bottom basically to a T till I got to the AI-suite part. Hit F10 and now the motherboard won't power back on. Did the pin method and even removed the battery. Nothing. When I hit F10 the computer shut off. No way this could have fried the mobo as I was just messing with power savings settings.

Motherboard is an Asus VI Hero + 4770K


Link to what I followed

https://rog.asus.com/10052013/maximus-motherboards/maximus-vi-power-saving-power-tuning-guide/


I was about to start Ocing too, but first I wanted to do all the power settings first. I can't get any power at all to the mobo. I removed the 24 pin connector and used the jumper to make sure PSU was good and it works. All my fans and water pump come on.

Asus suite from my experience at least, is garbage and you can sort those settings out in the bios. Turn the pc psu off but leave in the wall if you have an earth connection, press the power button on the case to drain the charge from the PSU then read the instructions for your motherboard for clearing the CMOS, there is normally a CMOS jumper that needs to be removed (it's been a long time since I did a board that had corrupt bios so double check) then remove the battery for 30 mins, make a coffee, check facebook or something, then according to your motherboard manual as per prior refit the jumper then the battery.

BUT BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING READ YOUR MOTHERBOARD MANUAL!!!!!

EDIT: This is wrong, so I appologise for the misinformation, you need to go here and read the manual on page 1-28 under "Jumper"
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To erase ETC RAM
  1. Turn off the PC and unplug the powercord
  2. Move the Jumper Cap from pins 1-2 (default) to pins 2-3 (clear) Keep the cap on pins 2-3 for 10-15 seconds then move the cap back to pins 1-2
  3. Plug the cord back into the PC and turn on
  4. Hold down the DEL key during the boot process to enter BIOS and re-enter Data.

Edited by Benjiw - 7/11/16 at 5:40pm
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Asus suite from my experience at least, is garbage and you can sort those settings out in the bios. Turn the pc psu off but leave in the wall if you have an earth connection, press the power button on the case to drain the charge from the PSU then read the instructions for your motherboard for clearing the CMOS, there is normally a CMOS jumper that needs to be removed (it's been a long time since I did a board that had corrupt bios so double check) then remove the battery for 30 mins, make a coffee, check facebook or something, then according to your motherboard manual as per prior refit the jumper then the battery.

BUT BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING READ YOUR MOTHERBOARD MANUAL!!!!!


I read it. I did everything you said except leave it for 30 mins or so. They only said move jumper for 15 seconds. If that doesn't work remove battery and move jumper over. Leaving the jumper on and the battery off for a good while now.

Also I wasn't going to use AI suite. Just got to that part then hit f10 and wanted to see voltage settings for when the computer is idling under the hwmonitor
Edited by eXistencelies - 7/11/16 at 5:34pm
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ASUS has some weirdo USB UEFI recovery, so yeah read the manual. For me on ASRock it's simple, power off, manually switch to 2nd UEFI, copy it over the other one and that restores the broken UEFI to the working one, switch back or not don't matter both UEFIs are now the same.
I think ASUS still cheaps out and relies on the USB recovery.
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Manual can be found HERE
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ASUS has some weirdo USB UEFI recovery, so yeah read the manual. For me on ASRock it's simple, power off, manually switch to 2nd UEFI, copy it over the other one and that restores the broken UEFI to the working one, switch back or not don't matter both UEFIs are now the same.
I think ASUS still cheaps out and relies on the USB recovery.

That is my next option. Just weird that I can't get ANY power to the mobo. So if that is the case how would I be able to boot up without power even after the recovery?
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I have the hardback manual right in front of me
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I have the hardback manual right in front of me

Try clearing the CMOS first with the jumper.
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