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Hi to all,

 

I have a question about XTU settings in the BIOS. It gives a choice between auto and numbers from 1 to 7. Is that settings affects Intel Extreme Tuning functions specially that the benchmark can be completed without BSOD? If it so, what settings should I choose?

 

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Medico

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When we talk about Asus, it has very little effect for me at stability, it can even raise need for vdimm for me if I set it at 6 or 7 - you can test it, but it will not give you lower vcore needed or lower temps if you hope for this

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When we talk about Asus, it has very little effect for me at stability, it can even raise need for vdimm for me if I set it at 6 or 7 - you can test it, but it will not give you lower vcore needed or lower temps if you hope for this

 

Thank you for your response. I do not expect that BIOS settings to lower the temperatures. That is not an issue currently. I was hoping that would make it XTU more stable. What is the use of those settings in the BIOS? If I set it to 7 on the BIOS what effect that would have on the PC and XTU? I was wondering the use of those settings. It sounds that works only with XTU.

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In theory it influences some memory timings to boost result I think. Testing this did not help me to get the benchmark more stable

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In theory it influences some memory timings to boost result I think. Testing this did not help me to get the benchmark more stable

 

Did it increase scores with already stable settings?

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That's what I experienced as well- it'll boost memory performance slightly. Might see upto 5 pts. difference between best/worst setting.

Setting 5 worked best for me on the impact

 

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