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    Shamino's Maximus VI Extreme OC Guide + Raja Maximus UEFI

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    Thanks Peter!

    http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread...ountry=&status

    Thanks Raja
    Last edited by Charles Wirth; 06-21-2013 at 11:39 AM.
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    Very nice !

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    Thanks Charleo. May be a bit too much info inside so for most people, i can summarize by saying
    for the best cpu freq stability,
    find the right level of VCORE/Max VCore, Input Voltage, PLL Termination Voltage and X-talk cancellation voltage.

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    Added Raja's link to UEFI tweaking.
    Intel 7960X ES @ 4.4Ghz
    ASUS Rampage VI Extreme
    GTX 1080ti Galax Hall of Fame
    32GB Galax Hall of Fame
    Intel Optane
    Platimax 1350W
    Enermax 240 Liqtech AIO

    Intel 8700K @ 5.2Ghz
    Asus Maximus X Apex
    GRX 1080ti Galax Hall of Fame
    16GB Galax Hall of Fame
    Intel Optane
    Platimax 1350W
    Enermax 240 Liqtech AIO

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    Wow you guys hit it out of the park with this board you fine tuned the heck out of everything.
    Thanks for the guide
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    Lardy and Raja are too smart for their own good. Way too much information for the common man.
    thanks guys!!!
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    mmm sweet oc
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    HI,I have one question...I have the same motherboard...and I see you have much stronger CPU than mine(I have i9 7900x)...I was wondering,about power consumption and power connections on ours mobos...How much power draws your CPU? and do your CPU cables overheat ? I'm a bit afraid to Oc my CPU now because of those 4 pin and 8 pin connectors..

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    You should not be worried about cpu power draw and more about cooling the CPU. These boards were built to handle high amps, also make sure you have a decent PSU.
    Intel 7960X ES @ 4.4Ghz
    ASUS Rampage VI Extreme
    GTX 1080ti Galax Hall of Fame
    32GB Galax Hall of Fame
    Intel Optane
    Platimax 1350W
    Enermax 240 Liqtech AIO

    Intel 8700K @ 5.2Ghz
    Asus Maximus X Apex
    GRX 1080ti Galax Hall of Fame
    16GB Galax Hall of Fame
    Intel Optane
    Platimax 1350W
    Enermax 240 Liqtech AIO

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