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After you find a stable overclock can you just save the settings to a profile in the BIOS and load them anytime?

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March 11, 2014 12:20:57 AM

After you find your stable overclock, can you just save them to a profile and then load that profile later, to return to your overclock? Like in case your BIOS was reset.

I'm using a Gigabyte GA-990FFXA-UD3 motherboard and it has that option in the BIOS.

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a b K Overclocking
March 11, 2014 12:30:15 AM

I don't understand. You ask if you can do it, and then say your motherboard has that option. Doesn't that pretty much answer your question?
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March 11, 2014 1:09:54 AM

Deuce65 said:
I don't understand. You ask if you can do it, and then say your motherboard has that option. Doesn't that pretty much answer your question?


I was basically asking if you could be at any settings, then successfuly load your BIOS overclocked settings from those settings.

I read in an overclocking guide that first you need to disable some features in the BIOS, and THEN you start overclocking (for an FX-8320). Anyone know about this?
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a c 331 K Overclocking
March 11, 2014 3:37:42 AM

Yes to can save your successful overclock settings to your profile and on most motherboards it is located under the Tools tab option in the BIOS.

Most of us do that so we can run various solid stable overclocks in our testing, and always be able to return to another 100% stable overclock of another setting, by loading the profile containing those settings.
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