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    Asus BIOS Overlock Profiles

    Is there a better explanation anywhere for the various Asus BIOS o/c options? I've got the following:

    - Manual
    - Auto
    - Standard
    - Overclock Profile
    - AI N.O.S.

    It's currently set to Auto. Apart from the Manual option, what do the others do? What's the best option for mild and gentle overclocking? It's an Asus A8V-E motherboard but I guess these options are common across most Asus motherboards.

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    Manual allows you to increase the clock rate if your FSB manually in 1Mhz incraments, Standard leaves it at the standard clockrate for your CPU, profile is a profile, and AI N.O.S. auto adjusts the FSB while the system is running, so if you have your CPU 100% utilised it will knock up the FSB until the CPU is too hot to handle anymore (I think you can define a temp threshold level)

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