In the gigabyte manual for GA-B75M-D3V it says that there shoud be a menu called "Real-Time Ratio Changes in OS" for example but I don't see it where it should be. The note says that it is visible for cpus that support it and I have the i5-3570K installed. What could be the problem ? I updated to the latest bios version (F5).
But I don't understand. The manual clearly says that it should let me overclock and the latest bios version states clearly that it has better overclocking compatibility so how can it be that it does not support overclocking ?
could it be that someone turned off some option on the board itself ?
it will let you OC but i mean you are using a very cheapest mobo that is about $69 right! and your cpu about $240, using that mobo does not perform very well, even when you OC the cpu.
I got that it's a crappy motherboard Will see into that. But you still didn't answer my question, do you know why or can you give any hint about why I don't see the overclocking options in the bios menu ?
the only thing that mobo will do is increase CPU Ratio to x36, y have the HD3 version rev 1.0 and i cant' OC ... an let me tell you the max speed im having with my CPU is 3791Mhz ... never get to 3800Mhz ... and all the clocks are missed up !! memory 800mhz ?? no 798mhz and the list goes on ...