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QX9775
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Posted:2/2/2009 9:03:00 PM # 1
hi,
i don't understand how I have to use the Asus OC Profile on asus rampage ??what are its utilities??
can anyone explain me how it works??
(sorry the bad english)
Thanks!

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Posted:2/3/2009 2:11:00 AM # 2
If you mean the feature in BIOS... it's for saving your Over Clock setting/s. So first you have to do your tweaks in BIOS and then save that profile in "OCProfile"

You can save up to two different profiles.
Personally I have my OC profile in the first one (E8500 3.1Ghz set to 4Ghz)
and in the second one I have stock setting with some small adjustments for my Raid drivers.

So if I need to go back to stock setting for a BIOS update or something like that, I simply just load my second profile (stock), after that I have installed whatever I simply load up my OC profile again (4Ghz).

So it's basically a convenient tool to store your settings in BIOS so that you don't have to manually put them in every time you need to change something.

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Posted:2/3/2009 5:44:00 AM # 3
I use one for a stable overclock and the other for an overclock that I'm working on.

You don't need one for stock settings. If you want stock settings you can load setup defaults in the BIOS.

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QX9775
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Posted:2/3/2009 9:00:00 PM # 4
thaks!!

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Posted:2/4/2009 3:34:00 AM # 5
The reason I have the second profile set to "stock" is that i am water cooling + have 2 raptors in raid. If I would simply use the BIOS stock my PC would not boot up. I have to disregard the fan for the CPU as i am water cooling and also set up the Raid every time otherwise, so I guess I am lazy like that :p. But sure Alien is right, you "normally" would not need to have one profile set to stock.

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