Awsome!!! As much fun as it would be to just copy your settings I am really not interested in doing that.. That would really only help me out if this was the only time I ever plan on OC'ing and building computer.. But I plan on being in this game for a very long time and so, thank you for the BIOS book link.. I will check it out and then hopefully then I will have a better understanding of how to make the BIOS work for me!! Thanks buddy!!
That is right jc . You no how I feel about copying settings . We could have the same exact components and my settings may not be stable for you and the same with your setting on my rig . There are so many variables and so many different components in these parts that it is almost impossible to copy someones bios and have it be stable . The good thing about seeing others bios and testing is that it can be used as a guide for your over clocking . That is where the patients comes into play . To over clock the right way you need to start from the ground up one part and one area of the part at a time with everything else at stock settings or slightly below . This way you pin point every over clock on the dime with nothing to spare up or down frequency and voltages . The bios and operating system set up correct will assist higher and stable over clocks . Those links will help your over all testing a bunch .
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