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Changing Profiles on the OC panel

juanccgg
Level 7
I have a Maximus VI Extreme with the OC panel. When you hit the "OC" button on the panel it cycles through 3 OC profiles.
Is it possible to select what those profiles are?
The first one sets a ratio of 42 which my setup should have no problem doing but I get a BSOD when i select it.
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Raja
Level 13
These profiles are static, so if your CPU needs more voltage or different voltage the profile may not be stable (memory instability can cause issues as well if the kit used does not respond well). You might want to try a manual 4.2GHz OC instead.

Raja@ASUS wrote:
These profiles are static, so if your CPU needs more voltage or different voltage the profile may not be stable (memory instability can cause issues as well if the kit used does not respond well). You might want to try a manual 4.2GHz OC instead.


I am definitely using a manual OC to get to 4.2 GHz and beyond.
But it would have been convenient to be able to switch custom profiles with the "OC" button.
The static profile sets the voltage at 1.15 V and the multiplier to 42. My setup needs 1.2 V to get to 4.2 GHz.