1.    31 Mar 2017 #1
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    Been playing with the Auto overclocking utility from ASUS from their AI Suite 3 to see how well it can overclock my system.

    Results are surprisingly good.












    Was fun trying the Extreme OC setting (TPU II) with this auto overclock tool from ASUS but its a FAIL.
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  2.    31 Mar 2017 #2
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    Thanks for that, Worf. Ya, I found it wasn't too bad either, except for that insane TPU II. Careful with that. I think it will test with sending voltage way above 1.45 unless you set limits. When I ran it, when it crashed, it rebooted and sent me in the bios where a saw IN RED a multiplier of 6.

    6, are they kidding?
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  3.    31 Mar 2017 #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by specialkone View Post
    Thanks for that, Worf. Ya, I found it wasn't too bad either, except for that insane TPU II. Careful with that. I think it will test with sending voltage way above 1.45 unless you set limits. When I ran it, when it crashed, it rebooted and sent me in the bios where a saw IN RED a multiplier of 6.

    6, are they kidding?
    Yes the same with me lol.

    I've tried TPU I before and it worked fine from start to finish. It settled on a 4.7ish GHz but can't remember what the voltage was (high more than likely) but the temps were higher than I liked around 80+ oC. That was before I delidded.
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