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Advices after Hardware Change

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Hello Simmers,

Finally, after five years, I have upgraded most of my hardware to a quite powerful system (see below).  Now I am looking for a good tutorial/guide how to overclock on a ASUS x299 board. Are there any experiences?

As I have a very powerful CPU, now the video card seems to be a bit weak. Are there any tweaks to shift tasks from VC to CPU for even better performance/visuals?

Thank you!

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There are many web sites dedicated to overclocking, the methods are usually independent of the kind of mobo but do require you to understand the basics of what you are doing. Google is your friend.

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22 minutes ago, downscc said:

There are many web sites dedicated to overclocking, the methods are usually independent of the kind of mobo but do require you to understand the basics of what you are doing. Google is your friend.

Thank you. I really tried to find good tutorials via Google. The new platform (x299) is very different compared to my old x99 as well as its oveclock possibilities - much more automatics. That's why I asked here. Interestingly, I just found a youtube video from Rob Ainscough who has a related mobo. Seems to be a good starting point.

Any suggestions to my second question?

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The P3D display settings generally impact GPU or CPU and sometimes both.  Rob made a P3D guide that was based on v3 but much of it still applies.

Regarding the board's automatics, I always stay away from those and set my own voltage and frequencies and I use the Intel XTU tool to run my stress tests... an important part of the process. Just keep from overheating it and make small incremental changes.  It takes a little time but is worth it.

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Yes, Google is your friend...that's how I overclocked  7700k on an Asrock board.  

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This is a basic one on  a MSI X299 Mobo its the same for ASUS

 

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