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March 27, 2013 10:50:19 AM

I used AI suite to auto OC then it got set to 4.1. I then went to the BIOS to change the voltage and Ratio but everytime I reset my computer it goes to the setting AI suite had. When I change core speedon AI suite the setting only stays until I reboot.
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March 27, 2013 10:58:13 AM

uninstall the AI suite....now u have your setting what u need it for?

though software tends to use to much voltage...after you unistall the suit see if it still works...if so then i would slowly drop the voltages in bios then stress test to find the lowest voltages your overclock is stable at. it will lengthen the life of you whole system if you do.
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March 27, 2013 11:01:25 AM

AI Suite is a nice tool for seeing where your system should run at. Note the settings then tweak them manually.
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March 27, 2013 11:03:54 AM

atomicWAR said:
uninstall the AI suite....now u have your setting what u need it for?

though software tends to use to much voltage...after you unistall the suit see if it still works...if so then i would slowly drop the voltages in bios then stress test to find the lowest voltages your overclock is stable at. it will lengthen the life of you whole system if you do.

I did and it still only clocks on 4100 mhz
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March 27, 2013 11:13:23 AM

taenysnsd said:
I used AI suite to auto OC then it got set to 4.1. I then went to the BIOS to change the voltage and Ratio but everytime I reset my computer it goes to the setting AI suite had. When I change core speedon AI suite the setting only stays until I reboot.


Hi have you tried clear CMOS? My asus MOBO has a way of sticking at a certain setting and refusing to change unless I do so. It should show you how in your mobo manual. Leave the jumper for at least 15 mins, when mine did it one time it refused to reset unless I left it for quite a while. If you have a z77 board you can save your o/c profile on bios first so you dont lose the settings if you like.
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