Anyway to create a link to UEFI bios restart ?


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    Anyway to create a link to UEFI bios restart ?


    I am overclocking my new system and going into Bios many times over and over. Windows 10 Pro

    I have a desktop link for Advanced startup that takes me to UEFI restart so i do not have to bang on the delete key for bios.

    But i was wondering if there is anyway to create more of a shortcut ? One click for UIefi bios restart ?

    I don't think there is but thought i would ask.

    thanks.
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  3. Posts : 159
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    so it looks like the fastest way is the command ....shutdown /r /fw /t 0 thanks

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    i just created a shortcut, did not work at first. Made it to run as administrator and it is quick route to bios.

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    Last edited by SierraPorter; 19 May 2023 at 20:26.
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  4. Posts : 5,339
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    Nice shortcut icon, i'm glad to know you have your answer to your question.
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  5. Posts : 6,393
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    On most BIOS you can create BIOS profiles so you can create one for games (high overclock) and another for normal use (light overclock).
    Remember that Overclock use higher voltages on CPU, Chipset and Memory and it's a track to burn something and brick your computer.
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    Megahertz said:
    On most BIOS you can create BIOS profiles so you can create one for games (high overclock) and another for normal use (light overclock).
    Remember that Overclock use higher voltages on CPU, Chipset and Memory and it's a track to burn something and brick your computer.
    Thanks You are totally right and people who want to overclock should be aware of the dangers. I have been Overclocking since 2004. My motherboard has dual bios's and i can save up to 8 profiles in each and download them as well. I do not game but save different configurations for different benchmarks and uses
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  7. Posts : 1,783
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    SierraPorter said:
    save different configurations for different benchmarks and uses
    Just curious and hoping to learn something. What are the uses cases for your different configs?
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    x509 said:
    Just curious and hoping to learn something. What are the uses cases for your different configs?
    Right now I am isolating different parts of my overclock. I am working on memory overclock on 1 profile and cpu on another profile. I am also working on a profile that is just meant for initial speed/highest possible clock so I am disabling all efficiency cores and some performance cores so i can maximize the clocks on the remaining cores , so that is a profile. Then I have a profile for everyday use right now it is a profile I let the ASUS AI determine and i use this when i want to work on windows or whatever. But This is a secondary machine for awhile. Then I have a profile where i am bringing together the first 2 profiles. And I am sure I will have other variations etc. It is nice that i can download and upload profiles too.
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  9. Posts : 281
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    Learn something new every day, might add my own reboot to bios option.
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