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Old 05-10-2011, 04:06 PM   #1
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I have a Q6600 on a 790i Ultra SLI board, and I tried overclocking today. I watched this video >> >> and just changed all my stuff to his. But when I check CPU-id, my core clock is still the same.. Ill include a screenshot. Am I not doing something right?

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Did you save changes before exiting BIOS? i do that sometimes, forget to F10 i mean.
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Yes i did.
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