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post #4631 of 5773
AFAIK, the "Auto" doesn't visibly change when I click in the box with mouse. But start typing numbers in after mouse clicking on it, and the "Auto" is replaced by the numbers I typed in.

Can you verify that your keyboard works in UEFI? Eg, press ESC key when you click on drop down arrows, and the drop down box selection will be cancelled
post #4632 of 5773
Quote:
Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

AFAIK, the "Auto" doesn't visibly change when I click in the box with mouse. But start typing numbers in after mouse clicking on it, and the "Auto" is replaced by the numbers I typed in.

Can you verify that your keyboard works in UEFI? Eg, press ESC key when you click on drop down arrows, and the drop down box selection will be cancelled

That did it. Many thanks. I was waiting for another menu to appear, didn't realise it was waiting for me wink.gif. I've hit another snag though...the Vcore and other options all seem to have changed properly and are reflected in my OS, but the ratio refuses to change. What have I done wrong this time? This is more tedious than I thought it would be. biggrin.gif

P.S. I've disabled all of the power saving features, including C-states, SpeedStep and Turbo.
Edited by Alerean - 6/7/16 at 4:58am
post #4633 of 5773
You mean in UEFI or windows? In UEFI I think it is normal for right column to show 40 x 100 (your BLCK) = 4000 MHz
Like mine shows 40 x 105 = 4200 MHz although I'm supposed to be at 4725 MHz



I suspect the UEFI setting for this is Boot Performance Mode (Default = Auto)
Max Battery, Max Non-Turbo Performance, Turbo Performance, Auto

I suspect Auto is safe default to get into UEFI
post #4634 of 5773
If it is like my hero board make sure to click to the left of the box and not in the box itself. When I click in the box the value just resets after I type a new value. Click to the left and type the entire number in and press enter. For example type 45 when changing from 44 multi instead of just deleting the 4 and adding the 5.


Always destroying exergy
post #4635 of 5773
CPU-Z is also showing a 4,000 clock (default 100x40), as is my Cam software. blinksmiley.gif
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Originally Posted by superkyle1721 View Post

If it is like my hero board make sure to click to the left of the box and not in the box itself. When I click in the box the value just resets after I type a new value. Click to the left and type the entire number in and press enter. For example type 45 when changing from 44 multi instead of just deleting the 4 and adding the 5.


Always destroying exergy

Thanks, I'll make sure to do this as well.
Edited by Alerean - 6/7/16 at 5:50am
post #4636 of 5773
Does the problem still occur if Asus Multicore Enhancement is set back to default Auto?
post #4637 of 5773
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Originally Posted by misoonigiri View Post

Does the problem still occur if Asus Multicore Enhancement is set back to default Auto?

It does.
post #4638 of 5773
How about if you enable speed step does it take then? Also have you tried to reflash the bios? Could be a corrupted flash somehow.


Always destroying exergy
post #4639 of 5773
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Originally Posted by Alerean View Post

CPU-Z is also showing a 4,000 clock (default 100x40), as is my Cam software. blinksmiley.gif
Thanks, I'll make sure to do this as well.
Open 2 cpu-z windows. The 2nd one, start bench or stress test. Does 4000 increase to 4500MHz now?

Edit, if superkyle1721's suggestion doesn't work, you can also check out Darkwizzie's suggestion,
http://www.overclock.net/t/1570313/skylake-overclocking-guide-with-statistics/6060#post_24957398
Edited by misoonigiri - 6/7/16 at 7:06am
post #4640 of 5773
Reset to default settings, and voila it's overclocked. Now to disable settings one at a time to figure out which one was causing issues.
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