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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.
Disclaimer!
Quote:
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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