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i built the PC myself so its a standard version of Win 7. The OC panel is connected so should i disconnect that? i dont think anything else is running in the background.

Yes. If possible try loading windows in a safe mode to completely rule out any chance of some software interfering with your OC.
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post #12 of 30
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remove the turbo and set it manually and see if it shows. I would flash your bios as well

i tried disabling the turbo in the BIOS but that seems to disable the overclock as well.
post #13 of 30
when you disable turbo there will be another option below to do the auto overclocking or manual which will show you your multipliers, bclk, ht, Nb etc. you need to make sure you switched that
 
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when you disable turbo there will be another option below to do the auto overclocking or manual which will show you your multipliers, bclk, ht, Nb etc. you need to make sure you switched that

you wouldnt happen to know where that is in this BIOS (Asus Vi extreme)?
post #15 of 30
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I have overclocked my Asus Extreme mbb with 4770K to 4.6 & 4.8 GHz. However the overclock is not shown in the Windows OS (7 64 bit). When I restart or turn off my PC and go into the BIOS the overclok is saved.

When I run variuos utilities such as CPUz and increase my CPU load to 100% the max it goes to is 3.8GHz.





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you wouldnt happen to know where that is in this BIOS (Asus Vi extreme)?
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you wouldnt happen to know where that is in this BIOS (Asus Vi extreme)?

Should be right below the turbo option like on my sabertooth
 
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post #16 of 30
Can you run CPU-Z, click on the About tab, click on the Save Report(.TXT) button and then copy and paste the information in that file somewhere convenient like www.pastebin.com and post a link here so I can have a look.

There are 2 or 3 registers that when set incorrectly, can limit the amount of Turbo Boost in your Intel CPU. The default multiplier for a Core i7-4770K is 35. Your CPU is going higher than that so Turbo Boost is definitely working. My best guess is that your bios is not setting your CPU up correctly. The information in the CPU-Z report will lilkely show exactly what is going on.
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Can you run CPU-Z, click on the About tab, click on the Save Report(.TXT) button and then copy and paste the information in that file somewhere convenient like www.pastebin.com and post a link here so I can have a look.

There are 2 or 3 registers that when set incorrectly, can limit the amount of Turbo Boost in your Intel CPU. The default multiplier for a Core i7-4770K is 35. Your CPU is going higher than that so Turbo Boost is definitely working. My best guess is that your bios is not setting your CPU up correctly. The information in the CPU-Z report will lilkely show exactly what is going on.

please see the report here: http://pastebin.com/cZL5C6Tm

also im running High performance in Windows power settings with CPU min 5% and max at 100%.
Edited by GodAtum - 4/3/14 at 11:18pm
post #18 of 30
I noticed you said that you turned Adaptive mode ON... have you tried turning that off?
    
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I noticed you said that you turned Adaptive mode ON... have you tried turning that off?

yes its set to manual atm.
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Have you updated the BIOS yet?
    
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