So, first of all, I realize the multipliers on non-k Intel CPU's should be locked. However, I've been reading that t should be possible to do a limited overclock by changing the Turbo Boost multipliers? I have been looking in my BIOS unable to find anything but the ability to turn Turbo Boost on and off, so I was wondering if there was a software tool able to change this. In my own search I cam across ASRocks own utility called ASRock Extreme Tuning Utility. This application showed nothing regarding the Turbo Boost either, however, it dd have a slder called CPU Ratio at x16,0 which I can increase quite a bit. When doing so, I can see a coresponding increase in in CPU-Zs multiplier and core speed.
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Well, stupid me, I just realized it was just downclocking itself with speedstep. The max core ratio available is x32. Regardless, have still heard of the ability to do a limited overclock through turbo boost?