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ASUS Sandy Bridge OverClocking Guide

post #1 of 3
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Good morning guys,

After looking at the wonderful OC guide from Sin0822 using a Gigabyte P67A-UD7, I though I might search for a guide suitable for ASUS MoBos.
Well, after a fast Googling, I found out this guide, created by a user from xtreme systems. He used a MIVE motherboard, but I bet the other ASUS boards share the same UEFI options.
I hope I'm not breaking any rules by posting this from another forum, I just though this may help a lot of people as it is doing for me.
This overclocking was originally posted by Xtremesystems.com member Sxs112. To make it easier for
people to take through this extensive but certainly interesting article, the people at HWBOT
(http://hwbot.org) have turned it into a pdf version.
This is the original, unaltered text. All credit goes to Sxs112.
Link to original post: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?t=264300

Therefore, I take not credits for this guide. I hope this will help you nonetheless wink.gif

Happy OCing! typer.gif
post #2 of 3
he wants to start out at 1.45 @ 44x? crazy talk

I can do 1.32 @ 46x on mine
post #3 of 3
If you are on air running 1.55 24/7 good luck with this guide
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