I'm sorry to ask but I could really do with your help.
My build is the same as yours apart from I'm using a ASUS RX 580 8GB for my GPU. I've followed your guide all the way up to the SSDT and everything is perfect so far. But I'm totally lost with how to compile and use your SSDT to...
For a bluetooth dongle a very good cheap option that will also work in the bios is
You can pick up this dongle at pc world or curry's for under a tenner.
The corsair 430w will be fine but go for the 500w one just to give you that...
That's not right. Once you have a stable overclock in windows it is stable no matter what. If for osx you need to change your overclock then somthing isn't right.
How are you testing for stability under windows and how long for?
If your using intels burn test then what you need to do is...
I am still testing at the moment but so far I have tried everything bar downgrading the bios and nothing has fixed the problem so far.
I stripped the system back to basics with the hardware and removed all connected usb devises so nothing was connected the USB ports bar bluetooth with no...
My gosh. In the uk that board costs the same in pounds as it does in dollars...that's so unfair...lol
Like going bald said its a great board and you should listen to him above me as he know he's stuff. :)
That's great news well done and im glad I could help.
4.5ghz is a very nice overclock and your temps look good. make 90c your limit and don't go past that.
I'm running @ 4.6ghz with the same CPU and my temp peeks out at 78c but that's using a corsair H80i closed water loop.
Anyway have fun...
Here are some universal motherboard settings for overclocking, copy them and then fine tune it using the Turbo Ratio to get your overclock speed and the CPU Voltage offset to give the CPU the correct amount of power.
Use prime95 to test for stability in windows by running it without error for a...