03-08-2023 11:40 AM
03-08-2023 12:14 PM
03-08-2023 12:58 PM
Have you tried using the AI Overclocking from "load optimised defaults", before making other changes in BIOS config? I'm just guessing there might be some sort of conflict with a setting in Advanced that's inhibiting the tuner in EZ mode.
It would probably help if you specified the model of the motherboard. I think that's a TUF logo in the background, and I'm guessing probably a 700 series, so the following may help:
PRIME PROART TUF GAMING INTEL 700 Series BIOS Manual ( English Edition )
N.B. in section 2.4 on page 14, for the AI OC Guide, it says "This function is only available on selected models." I.e. not all boards have the guide built into the BIOS.
03-08-2023 01:02 PM
03-08-2023 01:28 PM
I'm not going to rewatch the video. If you're unwilling to provide even basic system specs like the motherboard model, there's nothing I'm willing to spend time on.
03-08-2023 03:05 PM
03-08-2023 05:06 PM
03-08-2023 06:16 PM
All you have to do is turn the feature on, save changes (yes I know it doesn't say changes have been made, my machine is the same) and reboot. It's that simple
03-08-2023 06:30 PM
TL Gamer wrote:
It's very simple
Whether or not I have a guide or can use the AI Overclocking feature IS NOT RELEVANT. The only reason I brought up the guide not being there is so some clown on this forum couldn't say I was trolling or lying. If the guide isn't on every BIOS then asus needs to say that in their videos.
That was the point I was making
ASUS Created a feature THEY DID NOT EXPLAIN HOW TO USE and they should have in their videos.
When I go into the BIOS and click the AI OCing and it changes from normal to Fast tuning, ASUS did not explain anything about it past that point so someone is stuck with a change that doesn't do anything.
ASUS needs to cut the crap and show after you change the AI OCing from normal to fast or extreme what has to be done next
03-08-2023 06:59 PM