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Thread: Overclocking on Maximus hero
07-26-2013 09:23 PM #1
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Overclocking on Maximus hero
Hi, I have some problem with overclocking my i7-4770k running on maximus hero. I have gotten it running at 4.6ghz but i have to use 1.3 core voltage, that is probably too high. I have only adjusted the multiplier and core voltage, is there some more stuff i should adjust?
07-26-2013 09:26 PM #2
If the system is really stable at that speed and voltage that is lower voltage than most need for that speed.
07-29-2013 01:08 PM #3
There are many many folks who would love to have that voltage on that clock mate.
12-05-2013 12:56 AM #4
Hello. My Name's Jon. I just recently built my first rig two months ago so I'm very new at all this. I have a quick question about the Maximus vi hero and ai suite 3. I'm running a 4770k on this board and was wanting OC it. After going onto ai suite 3 and looking at the core speed I noticed it never go's down. Is there a setting to make the voltage and frequency lower at idle? or does it stay the same all the time. Just wanted to check before I OC. That way its not at 1.25 or 1.3 volts @ idle after I OC. Thanks for your time.
12-05-2013 01:28 AM #5
12-05-2013 11:49 PM #6
The OS is Windows 8.1. Thanks I'll give it a try.
12-06-2013 12:18 AM #7
Hey Praz. Thank you for the advice. It worked like a charm.
12-06-2013 12:31 AM #8
Good to hear and you're welcome.
12-06-2013 02:21 AM #9
When making manual changes in the bios for over clocking; does the changes apply to the ai suite 3 program as well? I know this is true the other way around. Also... If I were to use the ai suite 3 to overclock the system, does the ai suite 3 change and tune the ram (Kingston HyperX Beast 16GB DDR3 2400) with the xmp profile automatically?
12-06-2013 08:50 AM #10
You would have to set the XMP profile in RAM, and AIsuite is only really for on the fly OCing. Please do your OC in bios.