I've read many articles and websites where they teach you how to UnderClock but I can't still get it.
I technically know how to underclock but the problem is I don't know how much I should reduce vCore, FSB, Clock speed etc,
I'm afraid I lower it too much and something bad happens to my PC, I'm completely new to everything in BioS, and sort of scared changing anything on it.
I'm not sure if this is the right section for this, if not I'm sorry.
Problem is, I'm not quite sure which one I should decrease, and how much I should decrease them.
There is so many options and I'm not sure which one I should start off and stuff,
Could anyone give a hand please?
Go only 3-5 Mhz at a time on your FSB/HT Ref Clock/BCLk and down one setting for voltage until you cant go any further. I would say only take voltage down after 2-3 successful drops in frequency. If you can decrease CPU Multi, thats a faster/easier way, but you wont get a maximum underclock that way.
Errm, you got me lost, I'm not really good at the techie stuff, so I'm not sure which one is FSB/HT or Ref Clock/BCLK and there is like 3 options with the Voltage thing on it so I'm not sure which one your talking about.
Sorry hope I don't get flamed, I'm just not good at this stuff.
it didn't work,
1: I looked all over the BioS, every single option and I couldn't find the Multiplier.
2: I changed the FSB Strab to 200, since there wasn't " 800 " Maximum was 600.
3: After saving changes and my computer restarted it gave me an " OverClocking Error " so I had to put everything back to normal.
Did this motherboard come in a pre-built (HP, Dell, etc) PC? Googling the name you provided gives this thread as the top result, and nothing following of use. If its an OEM board, then its very likely that you will not be able to adjust these settings.
When I get a few minutes later, I'll go on Asus website and look at your motherboard manual to help you find the CPU multiplier (if there is a setting).
Not sure why you are underclocking. When I buy a pair of tennis shoes, it's cause I play tennis and in 6 months I know I'll need a new pair. Same with CPUs, in 2 years I know I'll sell or give away the old one and get a new one.
Generally speaking, yes overclocking will increase the heat as compared to the normal idle temps of a stock CPU. But that is why full-time overclockers use aftermarket CPU coolers. BTW, your last question is bordering on being a new topic. Hope you don't get a courtesy advisory from the moderator!, LOL...