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Master Geek


Topic # 31913 4-Apr-2009 15:56
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http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/forum/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=383&p=2

Hey i wanted to update my p5q-E bios so I asked here http://www.computerlounge.co.nz/forum/Default.aspx?g=posts&t=383&p=2
and some one said to download this and that will get you the latest bios update. How ever I go to advanced then chipset(in the bios) and all it says is northbridge chipset, where the latest bios update should give me the settings and options to over clock the ram cpu and so on. Whats happened?

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Master Geek


  Reply # 205296 4-Apr-2009 17:10
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Before I couldnt find any options to overclock the ram so I asked at computerlounge forums and he said to download this bios update (he provided me with the download link.) Though when i go into the bios once i installed it via usb stick I cannot see any changes. I thought you where suppose to find the overclocking settings under advanced/chipset yet all I see is north bridge configuration.

Could you please send me the link to make sure ive installed the correct latest bios update? I want to know if I did use the correct one. And if I did why is there no options/settings for overclocking.(like Ive even seen videos on youtube and my bios doesnt have anything like the ammount of settings and options u can play with as well it doesnt have the overclocking settings.)
Its a ASUS P5Q-E motherboard. 775 Vista home premium 64bit. (please send me the link to download the latest bios version.

Thanks.

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