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Originally Posted by xmisery View Post
Just to clarify, the pins that are bent (or missing) are actually inside the socket on the P6T motherboard and not the CPU? If you still have your P6X58D board, try swapping boards with the same hardware and see if you have any issues. If you find that it's your P6T board that's damaged, contact Asus and find out if they can replace the socket for you or maybe it's still under warranty?
Bent pins are on MB. -E works fine, but not P6T.
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Getting closer to 5Ghz
Woot!! Keep pushing her to the limits!
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Bent pins are on MB. -E works fine, but not P6T.
Yeah, I honestly don't think you're going to get very far with booting your system up and having it stable with bent pins in the socket. Your best bet is to try and repair it yourself (if you're comfortable doing so), or RMA it if it's still under warranty. If neither of those are options, you can send in your P6T back to Asus and have them replace just the socket itself for a small fee.
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ah, they were bent on the mobo. I thought they were bent on the CPU. I'd go with xmisery's advice and send it back.
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Is there a post in here with a guide on how to make windows boot faster in this thread?

IE: disabling express gate? or reducing the time something is shown, etc.
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Not sure, but you can make those adjustments in the BIOS.
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Not sure, but you can make those adjustments in the BIOS.
Yeah, I was hoping someone had posted something similar since I don't know everything that will increase the boot time.

Maybe I'll try to make a guide if there isn't one.
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There's no guide that I'm aware of yet on here, but, feel free to create one if you have some time. You named a couple of the biggest ways to speed up the boot time though, disabling the xpress gate, lowering timers, and if you aren't using the SATA3 (marvell) controller, disable that. Those 3 things alone should show significant improvements. I also disable devices I don't have or settings I don't use which may help slightly.
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Hi, I just built a new gaming rig and don’t know anything about OC or BIOS setting. I am wondering if anyone can show me a thoroughly list of BIOS setting information and what I need to do to achieve 4 GHz I would greatly appreciate it. Here is a list of parts I am currently using.

CPU – i7-950
Motherboard – Asus P6X58D Premium
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Hi, I just built a new gaming rig and don’t know anything about OC or BIOS setting. I am wondering if anyone can show me a thoroughly list of BIOS setting information and what I need to do to achieve 4 GHz I would greatly appreciate it. Here is a list of parts I am currently using.

CPU – i7-950
Motherboard – Asus P6X58D Premium
Memory - G.SKILL Trident+ Turbulence II 12GB (3 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) 7-8-7-24 1.65v
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Operating System – Window 7 Professional
bios setting
first incease cpu voltage by few margin
second increase cpu ratio
thirdly increase the multipier
(however I must mention that bios setting varies in different mobo thus overclocking varies from 1 mobo to another)
still I've mentioned some basic rules of overclocking,hope this turn to be useful for u,
best of luck
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