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  • Has my pc lost it's overclock?

    heya has my pc lost it's overclock?

    according to cpu-z it is running at 3392.4 mhz, it stays at this no matter what I do including when playing games, and spam the tab button in internet explorer it just sits there and alternates between 3392.3 mhz and 3392.4 mhz :S

  • #2
    What is your cpu? And what was the over clock? Have you updated the bios or had any blue screen crashes or failed start ups?

    Was the over clock one you applied or did you buy it with the over clock?

    Originally posted by coiler
    Then go all out dogging, after i've finished rimming of course

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    • #3
      If it was OC'ed by Aria, the profile should be saved in the BIOS. To access the load it's usually F10, F11 or F12 in the BIOS menu. Load the profile, save and exit and it should be applied =]
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      • #4
        Thanks

        Mr Moose this is the pc
        http://www.aria.co.uk/Systems/Gaming...page=2&rqcType

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        • #5
          I'm having problems finding it, I enter the bios setting I think (which is delete) but I can't find this profile anywere, I go into some thing called m.i.t or something like that which it says is the cpu thing to change the clock speed but I can't find the profile :S

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          • #6
            Go into the bios (literally the first screen you enter when in the bios) and click f12, should show a screen with an option called Aria, or something along those lines, that should be the profile saved by the aria team when over clocking.

            Originally posted by coiler
            Then go all out dogging, after i've finished rimming of course

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            • #7
              heya, I enter the bios, press f12 the it comes up with load CMOS, then underneath it has profile which is set to default. Is this the right place?

              If so how do I change the profile wont let me do anything to change it ;S

              p.s. Sorry i'm a noob

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              • #8
                does it only say default???

                Originally posted by coiler
                Then go all out dogging, after i've finished rimming of course

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                • #9
                  believe so

                  im not 100% sure im in the right place though

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                  • #10
                    Which motherboard is it? I know that my UD3H doesn't have an option for profiles.
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                    • #11
                      Gigabyte GA-P67A-UD3 Intel P67 (Socket 1155) DDR3 PCI-Express Motherboard

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                      • #12
                        Do you see anything like this when you hit F12 ?



                        EDIT IN::
                        This is the correct place to be, and you can select a profile by using your up/down arrow keys and hitting enter to load.
                        (then save and reboot).
                        Last edited by Saldash; 27-08-11, 11:10.

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                        • #13
                          Looks the same but there is only the defualt profile there

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Giantmage View Post
                            Looks the same but there is only the defualt profile there
                            If you had your system pre-overclocked then there should be a second profile, unless your bios has been reset?

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                            • #15
                              my sytem was overclocked and I have never ever entered the bios since I have had my pc. But when a few weeks after getting my pc I shut it down, came to turn it on, it would power up then 3 secs later shut down again and carry on trying to turn itself on but it wouldnt but the next day after it worked fine and has done since.


                              EDIT: It was one of the gladiator computers from aria
                              Last edited by Giantmage; 27-08-11, 12:25.

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