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post #11 of 14
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Originally Posted by wolfy87 View Post
I think you have all info in users manual that came with your board...
Here is great info too: http://support.asus.com/download/dow...n-us&model=P5E

...btw, I started to learn about Ocing almost two years ago, and I still am...and nowdays see many guys that want to OC, and write about it in their first post, without any read, just ramp the FSB...lol I admire their courage...
dude, thanks for not answering my question. the manual is about as good as the descriptions in the bios itself. anybody care to help out instead being an omnipotent being? What do these do, and why should they be enabled or disabled? please...

CPU Spread Spectrum
PCIE Spread Spectrum
C1E Suppport
CPU TM Function
Vanderpool Technology
Execute Disable Bit
Max CPUID Value Limit
post #12 of 14
Lol, sorry for trying to help not wanting you to burn something...not my fault you don`t understand manual...

here are detailed bios options for p5e line.... http://www.anandtech.com/cpuchipsets...spx?i=3156&p=4
    
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post #13 of 14
check out the P5E thread. it will tell you everything you need to know about the P5E, Maximus and Rampage Formula.
Link is in my sig.
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post #14 of 14
I have to leave all of these set to their default values, otherwise OSX 10.5.4 with 9.4 vanilla kernel won't boot. Yes I know I've opened up a whole nother can of worms running Hackint0sh. But it seems to run fine with all of them set like this...

cpu spread spectrum auto
pcie spread spectrum auto

c1e support disabled
cpu tm function enabled
vanderpool technology enabled
execute disable bit enabled
max cpuid value limit disabled

Am I going to blow up anything running it like this overclocked?
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