I have an ASUS z77 sabertooth motherboard running the latest firmware (as of a month or 2 ago) and I'm trying to overclock my cpu to run PCSX2. I've successfully done this in windows. I have the bios/uefi settings done correctly so that it's running at 4.2 ghz, and i've used it under windows for months now without a problem.
My comp is an intel 920 i7 on an asus p6t v2 mobo. I was working fine on 10.04 or 10.10 I don't remember which. During the install of 11.04 the OS would crash on boot with an error that said "No human readable MCE decoding support on this CPU type". The error went away if I turned my overclock off.
Now I have 11.04 installed and running with the overclock off perfectly.
As the title of the thread says, I am new to linux and ubuntu. I made the switch from Windows 7 after spending the last 3 days trying to fix a problem. I had a lot of help from Overclock.net and I tried everything but it was no use. So out of frustration I decided to switch over to linux after confirming it was not a hardware issue.
I want unlock bootloader on my ray mostly because of overclock and now wont to now how much is really performance improvement with overclock, in other words does it pay of the risk of loosing warranty?
I've just installed Kali Linux on my SD card that I use with Raspberry. This new OS I think is very good, but at the installation I don't have the opportunity to overclock as it is possible with Raspbian so I'd like to try to check differences. How could I do?
I tried googling, but couldn't get anything useful to come up. Most of the people who overclock use external GPU and have on die graphics disabled. I intend to upgrade my HTPC before the end of the year and I would prefer to use integrated graphics for simplicity, but I would also like to OC the CPU.
NVIDIA driver: 310.19This card is factory clocked at 1000Mhz.In linux, it is stuck at 705Mhz (under load, max performance).I am unable to overclock this.Is there a work around here?Any input is appriciated.