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    Stick with the most up to date guide for the platform you're using instead of relying on older articles. When not sure, ask before you start.

    Because you're sharing views on ideals, I'll respond by citing mine: the Kaby Lake guide has enough info for a user to evaluate any of the latest platforms. I provided methodology that allows you to learn and develop your skills instead of relying on others. At some point, people have to start walking on their own and creating guides. I only have so much time to hold hands. The guides are put together when I feel inclined or have something valid to say, that's why they're not classified as official.

    Regardless, feel free to share any guide you create, when you have time

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Stick with the most up to date guide for the platform you're using instead of relying on older articles. When not sure, ask before you start.

    Because you're sharing views on ideals, I'll respond by citing mine: the Kaby Lake guide has enough info for a user to evaluate any of the latest platforms. I provided methodology that allows you to learn and develop your skills instead of relying on others. At some point, people have to start walking on their own and creating guides. I only have so much time to hold hands. The guides are put together when I feel inclined or have something valid to say, that's why they're not classified as official.

    Regardless, feel free to share any guide you create, when you have time
    What Asus, doesn't think when you have something Valid to say, they shouldn't make it/you Official?

    HEY ASUS RAJA NEEDS TO BE OFFICIAL!

    Man no respect huh? LOL....

    Well I followed your guide, assuming this is the one you meant as the 'most up to date guide' to use that I asked before...

    This is a post on my OC if you'd be so kind to share on some of the questions I have left;

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...Some-Questions

    Thanks Raja

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    Quote Originally Posted by SlackROG View Post
    What Asus, doesn't think when you have something Valid to say, they shouldn't make it/you Official?

    HEY ASUS RAJA NEEDS TO BE OFFICIAL!

    Man no respect huh? LOL....
    It's due to me, not ASUS. I only make things official or write guides when I feel it's needed.

    Quote Originally Posted by SlackROG View Post

    Well I followed your guide, assuming this is the one you meant as the 'most up to date guide' to use that I asked before...

    This is a post on my OC if you'd be so kind to share on some of the questions I have left;

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...Some-Questions

    Thanks Raja
    I'd find a guide for the platform youre running and follow that. The kaby lake guide is for kaby lake cpus- barring general methodology that applies to all platforms.

    Looks like you're getting help from Menthol, who should be able to guide you. No need for too many cooks. Good luck!

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    Ahh ok on the Official Status...

    Ok on Kaby Lake Guide...

    To many cooks, that's a good one...LOL

    Did you see my OC post, as to what I've done?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post
    Some of these folks don't even know that SVID needs to be enabled for adaptive voltage...
    Hey Raja. Is this quote still valid for the X299 platform? Because in the R6A UEFI, it is said that it is recommended to disable SVID when overclocking. Thank you!
    Last edited by soupiraille; 05-12-2018 at 11:10 AM.

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