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Anyone with DX79TO or DX79SI experience ?!

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March 11, 2012 10:49:14 AM

hi ,

i'm totally new with intel motherboards ,

would you please help me configuring my motherboard settings ?

i'm using 3930k , stock turbo boost is 3.5GHz if i'm not wrong ,

how can increase Turboboost from 3.5GHz to just 3.7Ghz

i don't want to overclock +4Ghz , just 100-200Mhz is enough . and i don't even want to overclock my Memory just cpu if it's ok !

each time i'm trying to overclock after 1 reboot it's gonna stock on Windows Logo ,



this is my current setting on CPU ovveride page :









Here are my other System Parts if it's necessary to know ,



Antec Kuhler H2O 920 with extra fan Liquid Cooling System ( currently Idle temoerture is about 35C and Full load About 57C

Cooler Master PSU Silent Pro Gold 700 Watt

4x2gb Corsair XMS3 1600CL9 1.65v ( but on bios it automaticly detects it as 1333 and 1.5V) on blue DIMMs

4x2gb Corsair Dominator 1600CL9 ( this one too 1333 and 1.5V , and even on Cpu-z on SPD Dimms it's just shows one of my Domminator Memories but windows and bios detects Total 16Gb of RAM ) on black Dimms






thanks ,
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March 12, 2012 4:57:00 PM

I don't have this MOBO, I only have ASUS X79 MOBO's.

RAM: I assume it's the CMX8GX3M4A1600C9 DDR3-1600 9-9-9-24-2N @ 1.65v
BIOS:
Performance Memory Profiles -> Profile 1: XMP-Frequency

I don't think you can have a 3.2GHz with a +8 bin Turbo without OC'ing the CPU to at least 3.4GHz + 6 bin Turbo. Honestly, it wouldn't do you any good to have a 3.8GHz vs 4.0GHz Turbo for only a few seconds.

OC'ing ALL cores to x40 with a 1.32v~1.34 vCore IMO is the best solution with all of the energy savings in place. I have x48 with 1.40v vCore and mine throttles down to x12.
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