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    ok, in that case I will just manually re-enter settings based off the thread of mine. Are there any significant changes from 9 to 10b that might help oc's?
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    I've been running 10b since release and can't tell the difference TBH. I still can't get 4GHz stable, but I didn't expect to. Perhaps if one's hardware isn't on the edge so much it may yield benefits. It's definately nice and stable though, so it's worth a try.
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    As always, Psycho, thank you.
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    Consider for a moment that what we think of as “intelligence” is the byproduct of a computing architecture that depends on massive parallelism to interact with the world in real time without stalling for progress bars. If our ancestors’ brains had depended on running Vista on current dual-core processors for their survival, they would have been eaten by bears.

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    So it's safe to run BETA bios?
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    I have a request for the x58's (I have the UD3r)

    Would it be possible to give us 21x multiplier on the 920 instead of relying on the Turbo to enable that?

    The problem with the turbo is that all utils that read the CPU speed report it at 20x equivalent speed, not taking the turbo into consideration...and when one resumes from S3 Sleep, the Turbo is disabled.

    Adding the 21x multiplier to the 920 will resolve both these issues. (Asus already enabled it on the P6T, and when you chose 21x, you cannot enable the turbo, which makes sens)

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodean View Post
    So it's safe to run BETA bios?
    No.... Thats why they are beta... They are still in testing. But they could be better then the last stable not beta version. But even they have problems since they keep updating them to fix problems....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobol View Post
    I have a request for the x58's (I have the UD3r)

    Would it be possible to give us 21x multiplier on the 920 instead of relying on the Turbo to enable that?

    The problem with the turbo is that all utils that read the CPU speed report it at 20x equivalent speed, not taking the turbo into consideration...and when one resumes from S3 Sleep, the Turbo is disabled.

    Adding the 21x multiplier to the 920 will resolve both these issues. (Asus already enabled it on the P6T, and when you chose 21x, you cannot enable the turbo, which makes sens)

    Thanks!
    +1

    21 would be nice because my 920 is stable during Turbo mode so instead of raising blck to get Turbo speed, why not increase multiplier to get that spead. 22 would be great for Turbo instead of 21 for 920.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobol View Post
    I have a request for the x58's (I have the UD3r)

    Would it be possible to give us 21x multiplier on the 920 instead of relying on the Turbo to enable that?
    They won't make the BIOS only for i7920.
    What about 940,950,960 965 and 975?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stasio View Post
    They won't make the BIOS only for i7920.
    What about 940,950,960 965 and 975?
    Not complicated :)

    Give these CPUs the multiplier equivalent of the Turbo enabled as well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jobol View Post
    Not complicated :)

    Give these CPUs the multiplier equivalent of the Turbo enabled as well!
    Jobol,if is not complicated (for you),can you make one sample BIOS and send to me.I will send to R&D Taiwan.
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