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    ROG Member Array ThomasMu PC Specs
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    OC and Windows 10 1903

    Can anyone confirm that the new 1903 version of Windows 10 messes with overclocking again?.

    I have a X99 gaming with a i7 6800K and the last version Windows (1803) disabled overclocking in the BIOS, this was fixed with the 1903 BIOS but it took Asus a very long time to release the fixed BIOS.

    I have not yet received the the 1903 version of Windows via the updater and want to postpone the update if it messes with overclocking again.

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    I don't have your computer. but I would recommend you not to overclock. keep as factory settings

    Might 1903 will work on your motherboard

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    ROG Enthusiast Array PipJones PC Specs
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    Yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasMu View Post
    Can anyone confirm that the new 1903 version of Windows 10 messes with overclocking again?.

    I have a X99 gaming with a i7 6800K and the last version Windows (1803) disabled overclocking in the BIOS, this was fixed with the 1903 BIOS but it took Asus a very long time to release the fixed BIOS.

    I have not yet received the the 1903 version of Windows via the updater and want to postpone the update if it messes with overclocking again.

    Yes, I believe it does. It did on my machine and I have seen reports elsewhere.

    Solution is relatively simple:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ck-Again-echt-!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    ROG Member Array ThomasMu PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by raju2529 View Post
    I don't have your computer. but I would recommend you not to overclock. keep as factory settings

    Might 1903 will work on your motherboard
    If i wanted to run the CPU at stock speed i would have bought a CPU without the K in the name, the whole point with the K CPU is the ability to overclock. It has been running stable with a 4.0GHz overclock for 3 years.

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    ROG Member Array ThomasMu PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by PipJones View Post
    Yes, I believe it does. It did on my machine and I have seen reports elsewhere.

    Solution is relatively simple:

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ck-Again-echt-!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    I wont rename the mcupdate_genuineintel.dll file, after the 1809 version of Windows messed with the OC the last time i used Intel`s XTU to overclock. That worked just fine and i think that is a better solution than messing around with the mcupdate_genuineintel.dll file.

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    I updated my BIOS to the latest microcode provided by Intel in May 2019. After doing this and updating to 1903, I have no issues with my OC. Maybe this is another option?

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