I thought you guys might appreciate the OC Guides that Raja spent countless hours working on, in PDF format. So, if you have ...oh, I don't know, say, an ASUS Nexus 7 tablet :cool: You can load the guide related to your Motherboard and have it next to your rig/test bench/OC bench and refer to it when you're stuck on something. Of course, if you don't have a tablet, you can always print these bad boys out and have a read 😄
I have already asked Raja if this was ok, so don't go running off and tattle-tailing on me now 😛
If you are new to Overclocking, I highly recommend you read through the guide concerning your Motherboard first. These are incredibly detailed and a lot of work has gone into them....all I have done, is take Raja's hard work and put everything into PDF files. I take no credit for his work 🙂 Also note: if you have bought an Ivy-E CPU and plan on Overclocking it and are new to it, please, read the Rampage IV Guide first as the Ivy-E "Core" OC Guide is very brief and assumes you have at least read the original RIVE Guide.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT OVERCLOCKING: You Overclock at your own risk, neither myself nor ASUS are responsible for any hardware failures that you may incur while on this incredible journey all about learning and understanding how everything ticks in your hardware set.