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Nista pusiona da treba mod radit da ova ploca dobije podrsku za zadnje procesore dok je jeftinije imaju...


Regarding hard mod on UD7 r1, what exactly do you get except cpu (in this case 990x) recognition?
Jebi ga tako je to danas,nista dok sam ne uradis njihov posao..

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I think I need some help clarifying some settings...

My overclock is geared toward 24/7 stability for gaming and video recoding. I am at 4.32 HT on turbo boost on (x24).

Will I benefit from HT off turbo off and a higher blck?

I have DDR3-2000 memory running at 10x, would running it at 6x or 8x result in less performance?

In my testing, I have found that higher blck, with HT/Turbo on requires a lot of vtt (1.5 or more) for stability with temps going into the 80s on water. Will I see a noticeable performance gain 24/7 and is it worth the stress on the components?

Thanks
From benching I find that more Bclock dose not really improve performance all the much. You are better off running at the highest GHz you can as well as with the RAM.

775's are different, they will benefit from a high FSB.
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From benching I find that more Bclock dose not really improve performance all the much. You are better off running at the highest GHz you can as well as with the RAM.

775's are different, they will benefit from a high FSB.
so 4.32 180/1800 (2:10) is it? The only way up is with blck.or am I missing something?
    
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so 4.32 180/1800 (2:10) is it? The only way up is with blck.or am I missing something?
You could try 21X206 and do some benchmarks. You may see a slight gain in performance but not much.
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Hey everyone, this is my first build and my first post in this thread. I want to ask some questions about my overclock/system. I don't know how to post images though. Also is anyone having trouble flashing the FE5 bios? It doesn't seem to work in Q-Flash and @bios never worked on my computer? Nice to meet you all.
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i think you might have to use @BIOS, so download it from their website. if you have already installed from CD uninstall it and reinstall from their website.
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@bios doesn't work though. I go add file and select the one that says FE5 and it says cannot load ROM image fom bin file?
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@bios doesn't work though. I go add file and select the one that says FE5 and it says cannot load ROM image fom bin file?
Qflash always works well for me. Downloaded to flash drive and loaded from there.
    
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I would appreciate any input, this is my first crack at overclocking. Took about a half a day of playing to get it here. I've run prime 95 for 3 hours and 20 minutes so far.

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I would appreciate any input, this is my first crack at overclocking. Took about a half a day of playing to get it here. I've run prime 95 for 3 hours and 20 minutes so far.
Not all that hard up to 4GHz. Check any of these out.


Overclocking Guides:

Clunk.org.uk Core i7 Overclocking Guide For Beginners Uses Asus board.

Techreaction.net Miahallen's 3 Step Overclocking Guide – Bloomfield and Gulftown

Chadamir's Guide to Overclocking the Core I7 920, 930, 950 to 4.0ghz
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