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Markets are far more important than Intel, ECS motherboard on non-Z series K series CPU multiplier adjustment options
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Non-Z series motherboard overclocking motherboard makers more and more, the current ECS will also provide the option to user experience.
Past K-series processors require to be able to overclock the Z series motherboards, but now this limit has been gradually get rid of the motherboard makers.
In ASRock and MSI’s H87, B85 motherboard with continued uncover non-Z series motherboards can overclock option, now for some motherboards ECS also provide such value-added, allowing users to enjoy high clock processor performance.
▼ Runtime Turbo Enable open;
▼ Runtime Turbo Enable closed;
Unlike ASRock need to open the “Non-Z OC” option, ECS approach seems to be more straightforward. Users simply on the list of non-Z series motherboards using the K series processors into the BIOS, you can find Ratio option is allowed to adjust, while the use of non-K series processors, then, Ratio option can not be modified.
ECS currently has for H87H3-M / H87H3-M3 / H87H3-M4 / B85H3-M / B85H3-M3 / B85H3-M4 open, while not yet officially released H81 motherboard part, I will not list.
On the other hand, ASUS and GIGABYTE also started for non-Z series motherboards provide a new BIOS, to liberate the non-Z series with K-series processors can overclock function.
However, this part is just for the processor, some of the highest in memory only able to 1600MHz, so do not buy high memory clock products.
Each Z-series motherboard seems to be gradually forgotten by the market, and then they began to enter the price war … Intel next step will be how to limit the motherboard makers, or to begin shipments lie and have a chance We find time to have a conversation with Intel this issue.Viewing:-174
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