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so when you install your B3 stepping board do you have to reinstall windows ><?
I always reinstall when I get a motherboard.
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I always reinstall when I get a motherboard.
It's the SAME board, why re-install in this case?

You must have a lot of time on your hands. It takes me two days to set up my system and install everything.
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It's the SAME board, why re-install in this case?

You must have a lot of time on your hands. It takes me two days to set up my system and install everything.
It takes me about 2-3 hours since I have all my programs on a flash drive already.

I have been planning to upgrade my SSD when i switch out the motherboard anyways.
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Who's on 1305 bios yet, and how do you like it compared to your last!?!?
    
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Should I have the current capability set to 140%?
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Who's on 1305 bios yet, and how do you like it compared to your last!?!?
I had 1302 which was okay but I couldn't keep my same overclock. When I flashed to 1305, I was able to. Plus all of the things that were implemented in 1302 were also in 1305 which was nice.

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Should I have the current capability set to 140%?
120-130% should be plenty at 4.9GHz+.
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I had 1302 which was okay but I couldn't keep my same overclock. When I flashed to 1305, I was able to. Plus all of the things that were implemented in 1302 were also in 1305 which was nice.



120-130% should be plenty at 4.9GHz+.
Is 140% ok? I notice it's the darkest red I've seen yet in bios.... is this their attempt to REALLY get you to think about it before choosing?
    
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Who's on 1305 bios yet, and how do you like it compared to your last!?!?
http://hardforum.com//showthread.php?t=1586653
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=265477
http://hardforum.com//showthread.php?t=1578865&page=79

@Outcasst 140% is for 5.2+ under offset mode
Edit; and i only know few crazy's that willing to push that hard for banching
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Is 140% ok? I notice it's the darkest red I've seen yet in bios.... is this their attempt to REALLY get you to think about it before choosing?
All it's doing is providing more current through the Digi VRMs. It shouldn't make a huge difference unless you're going for the max frequency on SB which is ~5.7-5.8GHz.
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Is 140% ok? I notice it's the darkest red I've seen yet in bios.... is this their attempt to REALLY get you to think about it before choosing?
ASUS doesn't even mention it in their "official" overclocking guide, so I doubt you'll even need to mess with it.
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