My actual goal is to oc my i3770k but I'm starting to believe that I'm not going to be able to accomplish that with my current bios f10.I have read that the uefi bios will allow me to do so.Our book Fast, Scalable and Secure Webhosting for Web Developers will give you the knowledge to run your site on a speedy, scalable and secure server!I've read plenty of posts here and have found that you guys have the answers!The offset doesn't work, keeps putting me at 1.4v for 4.0 GHz when i had it running fine at 1.18 this morning.won't even let me in the bios..
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I ask because I had updated my BIOS for my GA-Z68XP-UD3 (rev 1.0) to F9g off the Gigabyte site a month or so back and now I see that it's listed as only F9.
I am actually trying to do the same thing on a hacintosh.
Fact is now that I've updated it, i can no longer change any of the settings as soon as i enter the bios.
Not sure whether your computer's motherboard uses BIOS or UEFI?