Core i5 3570K multiplier

Hello guys I have gigabyte GA-P75-D3 with Core i5 3570K I can increase the multiplier to x36 but can't go over it
is there a way to do so?
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  1. No because the b75 chipset does not allow overclocking.
  2. But the manual said it can but by a small margin "as long as the cpu have muliplier unlocked"
  3. http://download.gigabyte.us/FileList/Manual/mb_manual_ga-p75-d3_e.pdf The manual is online and does not say that anywhere. And you obviously can't change the multiplier. Intel states the b75 chipset as not being able to oc. http://hothardware.com/articleimages/Item1835/chipset-chart.png

    I also noticed the 3570k turbos to 3.8 meaning you should be able to set it to 38. 36 would mean you have the 3470.
  4. supersonic977 said:
    But the manual said it can but by a small margin "as long as the cpu have muliplier unlocked"

    You need a motherboard with z77 chipset to unlock the multipliers on i5-3570k or i7-3770k.

    z68 motherboards with BIOS support for IB will also work.
  5. thats my cpu
    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16819116504
    and I can set the multiplier to 36 and it can turbo boost to 38
  6. I'm just telling you 36 makes no sense. It is neither your stock 34 nor your turbo 38.
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