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post #1 of 18
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hey guys I'm new to this what is bus speed?? and mine is at 100 can i push it any higher then 100?? will it give me performance difference or make system respond faster??
if i can push the bus speed whats the Max I can push it too?? thank you for your time i'm a noob cheers.gif
post #2 of 18
Bus is what everything runs on, memory, hard drive, processor. When you overclock that, you overclock everything. Use a Strap on 125 . . . No seriously.
post #3 of 18
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Originally Posted by SynchronicBoost View Post

Bus is what everything runs on, memory, hard drive, processor. When you overclock that, you overclock everything. Use a Strap on 125 . . . No seriously.

oh ya so is it a good thing to push it to 110 bus speed?? cause I have it set at 110 right now and I dont see Strap on my motherboard
Asus Maximus Vi formula motherboard just the bus speed

http://valid.x86.fr/kqt1mw
post #4 of 18
Good luck with that, 110 is a random number to be at. Look for BCLK presets, usually 125, 167, etc. Watch what the final numbers are on everything else so you don't fry anything, like mutliplier and the voltage that goes with it.
post #5 of 18
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Originally Posted by SynchronicBoost View Post

Good luck with that, 110 is a random number to be at. Look for BCLK presets, usually 125, 167, etc. Watch what the final numbers are on everything else so you don't fry anything, like mutliplier and the voltage that goes with it.

oh ya okay I think I found it is it called CPU Strap?? i set to 125 and bus speed was reading 125 also and my cpu ratio went sky high to 5ghz lol
so I lowerd it to almost 4.7ghz with 4.4ghz uncore...

does this look correct??


post #6 of 18
Drop your uncore to 3.8 Ghz so that you can get stable first. If you can boot that 4.7, then go for it. Then again, you have an Asus, why don't you just put it stock and then use the Turbo V, Extreme Tuning in the OS?
post #7 of 18
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Originally Posted by SynchronicBoost View Post

Drop your uncore to 3.8 Ghz so that you can get stable first. If you can boot that 4.7, then go for it. Then again, you have an Asus, why don't you just put it stock and then use the Turbo V, Extreme Tuning in the OS?

well I have found my system stable before i even played with bus speed & Cpu Strap it was stable at 4.7ghz with 1.32vcore and 4.4ghz uncore with 1.25vcore
and i will test this out see how things go hopefully stable thumb.gif and that overclocking Turbo V, Extreme tuning I have never in my life used that before lol
whats the difference?? cause I like to oc in the bios
post #8 of 18
I'm like, you a BIOS clocker, but I'm very surprised at how good and stable a clock that thing comes up with since it is a chip on the motherboard that does the clocking and not just a profile. Follow my thread on BCLK clocking. I'm getting some crazy benchmark results. Try the 125 strap and benchmark and compare with your straight ratio overclock and see if you're getting better clocks.
post #9 of 18
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Originally Posted by SynchronicBoost View Post

I'm like, you a BIOS clocker, but I'm very surprised at how good and stable a clock that thing comes up with since it is a chip on the motherboard that does the clocking and not just a profile. Follow my thread on BCLK clocking. I'm getting some crazy benchmark results. Try the 125 strap and benchmark and compare with your straight ratio overclock and see if you're getting better clocks.

follow your thread how?? I set to 125 cpu Strap so gonna test this baby out hopefully she stable what I had before when playing around with cpu strap
and my temps are really amazing idle around 19c when watching youtube videos and stuff biggrin.gif I cant find that Asus turbov Evo program you was talking bout??
on my motherboard site there nothing that shows that name
post #10 of 18
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I dont like Asus motherboard since I cant reach my Max overclock before what i had on a MSI motherboard pushing 4.9ghz 24/7 stable with watercooling just on cpu
my new board i'm watercooling mobo,ram,cpu etc and can only go high as 4.7ghz which suckz mad.gif



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