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i5 4690k + z97-a - Cannot change core voltage in bios. Stuck at 35 multi

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Hello guys, I'm having some huge issues overclocking my 4690k.

I am familiar with the BIOS settings and have tried to setup a 100 base clock x 44 multi for a 4.4ghz clock.

First thing that I noticed, even when on manual mode, the AI tweaker will not let me manually input a voltage. Unlike Base Clock I am unable to select the value and change it.

Secondly, when re-loading into the bios after saving my settings, the multiplier is always topped out at 35 in the specs section despite my alteration to it, but will still show the multi I applied in the manual settings location. It literally seems to ignore the multiplier I have set.



Currently, the only way I have managed to overclock is by using a 128x33 setup for 4.2ghz that runs rock solid at 1.2v ish. This is with core voltage set to auto.

I have no idea what is going on, any help would be GREATLY appreciated.
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bump - Have not made any progress on this issue. Have restored factory defaults and nothing has changed.

When I try to "auto-tune" my computer ends up power cycling over and over infinitely, I've left it for 30m and it did not POST. I have had to manually unplug the machine, turn the psu off, drain the residual power and hook it up again to have this stop.

I'll keep trying to tackle this on my own but hopefully I can get an insightful response soon enough!

Thanks
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First verify your settings in this link. Get some screen shots of your clock and voltages from HWiNFO64 or something similar. You should be able to leave your bclock on auto.
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