Alright, so we begin.
Start off by turning on your computer and keep on press DEL. You then will be brought to a screen that looks like this.
From that screen, go into PC Health.
Set FAN Speed Control Method to disable. This will make your stock fan run at 100% at all time--which results in lower temps. Now press ESC to go back to the main menu.
Now navigate and go into MB Intelligent Tweaker (M.I.T).
You will see the following:
From here set up the following:
CPU Host Clock Control - From Disable to Enable
PCI-E Freqnecy (MHz) - From Auto to 100
You will not see the RAM timing control because it's hidden. I will tell you how later.
Now, go to the bottom and set System Voltage Control to Manual and then set CPU Voltage Control to 1.3vcore. Now, you are undervolting from 1.3250vcore.
From press ESC to go back to the main menu. Then choose Save & Exit setup. After the mini restart, go back into the M.I.T
Time to overclock your CPU.
-Make sure the CPU Clock Ratio is set to the highest x. I believe yours is x9.
-Raise the CPU Host Frequency from whatever number it set to be +5MHz.
-Now exit, save and boot into windows.
-Check how your temps are.
, and run it to check stability and load temps.
To see the RAM timing controls, at the main menu, press CTRL +F1 and enter M.I.T. Though, I wouldn't mess with this section just yet.
I'm sorry if the pictures were huge, lol.
Run Orthos for 5 minutes and see if there's any errors. If no, go back and raise the CPU Host Frequency up more.
If your PC does not start back up after you overclocked. Do the following
-Locate a circular silver battery on your motherboard.
-Remove that battery
-Let it sit three without the battery for 1 minute or longer
-Put back in the battery and boot back up.
Resetting CMOS will clear and put your BIOS into factory default.
I don't recommend disabling any of the options you've mention above.