Originally Posted by chfields
You should only update your BIOS if it fixes an issue your having.....otherwise just leave it as it is.......
Would the Dual booting issue i get when i overclock be a reason to update BIOS?
Edit: add: so, it doesnt always dual boot. I cant pinpoint what changes cause the dual boot. With 4.0ghz and 1.21 V it didnt dual boot, with the turbo/corelimit at 255/255/300. with those being the ONLY changes so far.
I was told in the new members section when i said hello and listed my OC that i should leave the voltage on AUTO first and see where it puts me naturally? do they mean AUTO Vcore when at 33x multiplier, or my overclocked multi (in this case 42x) and then do they mean under load or idle?
When Vcore Auto:
40x, idle Vcore:1.034, intelburntest (standard) Vcore: 1.39 vcore, max temp:78
33x, idle Vcore:0.984, intelburntest (standard) Vcore: 1.275vcore, max temp:67
ive completed harder tests at x42 with fixed vcore 1.21 and passed with max temps 70... BUT there was dual booting... help?Edited by Doodles - 7/9/11 at 1:05pm