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Does that mean that you are really going to ask the question? \o/

What do you think? wink.gif
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Does that mean that you are really going to ask the question? \o/

You may want to retract the rep you just gave me for the reply above wink.gif
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You may want to retract the rep you just gave me for the reply above wink.gif
I wouldn't know how. I searched and found this thread about reps, but it doesn't mention how to reverse rep.
So I put on my asbestos suit for when a flame throwing mod or admin comes in to remove it.
Thanks for trying to protect me.
post #24 of 61
Great! Here's one for you!

1. Why does the asus gpu tweak utility for the asus gtx 970 strix not work with over voltage? It used to on earlier versions of the utility and nvidia drivers.
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Great! Here's one for you!

1. Why does the asus gpu tweak utility for the asus gtx 970 strix not work with over voltage? It used to on earlier versions of the utility and nvidia drivers.

Wrong thread.
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Great! Here's one for you!

1. Why does the asus gpu tweak utility for the asus gtx 970 strix not work with over voltage? It used to on earlier versions of the utility and nvidia drivers.

Wrong thread.

LOL #facepalm... That's what happens when you try to make a quick post at a metro stop before you lose your connection...
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You may want to retract the rep you just gave me for the reply above wink.gif
lol
post #28 of 61
got another....

Might ASUS consider marketing an AIO cooler to match it's amazing little m-itx motherboards like the M8Impact? Maybe one that wouldn't require laproscopic equipment to install? tongue.gif
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Non-K overclocking never was a feature that was advertised by Intel or offered properly. Some vendors found a crude workaround that had considerable side-effects. I am not surprised it is not supported/removed.
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They didn't, certain vendors used it to reel in unsuspecting consumers and now those customers are being burnt for believing this wasn't inevitable. You can't lock someone out of something you never agreed to letting them in to.

But they are artificially locking the processors, instead of letting it remain in it's natural state.
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But they are artificially locking the processors, instead of letting it remain in it's natural state.

Probably because they are aware of the side-effects the workaround has on the CPU from a performance and longevity perspective. The fact that AVX instructions end up borked suggests something is deeply amiss due to the workaround. They are the company that sell and warranty the CPUs, so their decision. I don't see any issue with their decision, sorry. Its not a topic I am going to waste my or Intel's time on.
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