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    Hi LSD,

    I am reinstalling windows and see if that was corrected because before it said some of the files needed repair but I used the first settings before that you gave me for 3.2ghz

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    Default Re: Bios Not Saving/Changing when saved

    So you are having a problem getting windows to install?

    If so you can load Optimized Defaults for now until you get it installed. Be sure if you do to go in and make your Disk Settings changes again

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    So you are having a problem getting windows to install?

    If so you can load Optimized Defaults for now until you get it installed. Be sure if you do to go in and make your Disk Settings changes again

    Okay LSD what happen was I installed windows then I o/c my computer to 3.2ghz. Ran test that was fine. Then I tried for 3.4ghz (all went down hill) I went to reboot my computer after bios updated and it started to cut off. When it came back on it said that a file in windows due to the shut down was corrupted. So i tried to repair it. I thought I did repair it however when I logged onto windows it just kept freezing after it booted up to windows desktop (within 3-5 sec of windows loading). So I installed windows again and so far all good. I haven't tried to over clock but I'm wondering as far as 3.4ghz which should I try? I think at CPU Clock Ratio 9 the memory was set to high or something maybe?

    So I'm left with a question I boot with CPU Clock Ratio 8 what is really the difference between that and 9? Which one would be easier to get stable? Also there is a huge vdroop when I look at CPU-Z is there a corrections or something to fix this? Also I'm afraid to add more voltage even though the Vdroops shows lower would that damage my CPU?

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    Na, I have seen that happen many times, even on my own PC. What is was is a memroy setting was too tight, and if you would have corrected or raised it you would not have even needed a repair or re-install.

    It is a windows glitch I think. I have seen it a few times, and either loosen timings a bit fixes it or choosing to load last known good windows config works. Most of the times though I knew it was my ram settings as I was in their messing around. So if you see it again just keep in mind that there is no messed up files or need to repair or re-install anything, you just need to go back into the BIOS and raise some ram settings again.

    Do you remember what settings you changed when trying to go from 3.2 to 3.4?

    When you are messing with your CPU you should raise your ram to all high settings until you find your CPU stable point you want, then mess with the ram

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