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    Hey there bud, I'm sorry to bother you again.. But I changed it to 4,6 (46) but it still says that my CPU is 4,00GHz. I saved too.

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    All right

    When overclocking your cpu you need to do a few things.

    Download these three programs ROG realbench, real temp 3.70 and cpu-z. Here's the link for realbench, the other two you can find easily on the internet.

    http://rog.asus.com/rog-pro/realbench-v2-leaderboard/

    Get these installed then return here.

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    Wait a second, I downloaded GPU-Z and it says that its at 4,6 boost.
    http://gyazo.com/8b2b9bdb1a5fff85181bab2c02dcae1b

    But still, in Speccy and Windows properties it says 4,00GHz. Is it alright then? As long as my computer uses 4,6..

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    Yes , your cpu is at 4.6GHz but you want to apply the voltage manually, at that voltage you should be doing 4.8GHz or about.

    If you want, get realbench and real temp 3.70 installed and we will get you to 4.8Ghz - 4.9Ghz.

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    Going to install it right now.

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    Ok, return here when you get those two installed.

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    LOL, you'll see how easy it is.

    You got those three programs ready?

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    Yes they are ready to rock!

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    All right great, now we will find out if you got a good cpu, all cpu's are not created equal, some will need more voltage and some will need less for the same speed.

    Temperature controls how far you can overclock your cpu, the better your cpu cooler the further you will be able to overclock it.

    Go into the bios and hit F5 to set defaults. Set the ai overclock tuner to X.M.P. and sync all cores. set the cpu core ratio to 47 then scroll down and set the cpu core voltage override to 1.30v, F10 and Enter to save and exit.

    return here when you get this done, we will test for stability and see where temps are.

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