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Nvidia Ntune making the profile permanent?

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I have run the ntune automatic optimization and it optimized it found my cpu to be good at 230 fsb 2.3 ghz however i dont know how to save the info, So i dont have to load the profile in ntune everytime i restart the pc.
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Take the settings and manually set the BIOS.
    
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Take the settings and manually set the BIOS.
Yea i was thinking actually of that but i am interested if there is a way to permanently save it with the ntune.
Thanks anyways.
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Just OC through your BIOS....
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you can make custom rules so that it loads whenever windows starts up.
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Very bad idea, imo. BIOS FTW.

Take em and go to bios. Don't even attempt this next time.
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post #7 of 13
Well, I take it from all the nonsensical responses to this users original post that nobody here knows how to permanently set driver-level GPU overclocking through the newest Nvidia driver builds. Too bad, I really could use a permanent solution.
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Well, I take it from all the nonsensical responses to this users original post that nobody here knows how to permanently set driver-level GPU overclocking through the newest Nvidia driver builds. Too bad, I really could use a permanent solution.
Well.... since he's not trying to permanently set driver-level GPU overclocking... all the answers are quite correct.

DO NOT USE NTUNE TO OVERCLOCK YOUR CPU. Overclock throught BIOS. In fact, I would advise you to uninstall nTunes.
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Well.... since he's not trying to permanently set driver-level GPU overclocking... all the answers are quite correct.

DO NOT USE NTUNE TO OVERCLOCK YOUR CPU. Overclock throught BIOS. In fact, I would advise you to uninstall nTunes.
Not to offend DuckieHo, but Isn't individual Bios overclocking a more permanent solution than messing with the drivers? Seriously, it makes sense if you think about it.
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Not to offend DuckieHo, but Isn't individual Bios overclocking a more permanent solution than messing with the drivers? Seriously, it makes sense if you think about it.
Yes, this is what is needed. You never want to try to dynamically overclock a CPU or motherboard. Video card overclocking via driver is the correct method since it is a seperate subsystem from the OS. However, the OS is running on the CPU and motherboard so you can't just use an app runnning in the OS to overclock. That would be like trying to tweak a car engine while you're driving it at 100MPH.
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