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Is there a per core manual OC setting on z370 boards?

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2019/12/04 08:17:56 (permalink)
I see other people using per core manual ratios, but I can't seem to find it in the BIOS. Am I missing the setting, or is it just not supported? If it's not supported, is there a mod bios that could work?
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    Re: Is there a per core manual OC setting on z370 boards? 2019/12/04 11:09:08 (permalink)
    Should probably be..But you would need to change the CPU Overclocking/CPU Multiplier Control to Manual or Per Core first to get each core to show up..That setting would normally be in the Overclock tab of the BIOS.
     
    Might help to know exactly which Z370 board you have if you need further help.

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    Re: Is there a per core manual OC setting on z370 boards? 2019/12/04 11:36:28 (permalink)
    Go to your BIOS Setting > Overclock > below Select > CPU Multiplier  Control to change to Manual from Auto you will see list of Core Ratio 
    We need to know what is your PC full spec and Windows OS? What CPU do you use?
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    Re: Is there a per core manual OC setting on z370 boards? 2019/12/04 12:26:20 (permalink)
     I'm using the , with intel 8600k (delidded, LMed)
    I'm on win 10, which was upgraded from win 7, so it's using "bios" instead of "uefi" boot, not sure if that matters
    screenshot with intel speedstep/turbo enabled

     
    Screenshot with intel speedstep/turbo disabled, manual voltages. No "per core" multiplier settings available, only only basic overall manual multiplier
     
    Example of what I'm looking for on a diff board:
     

    post edited by avierywan - 2019/12/04 12:34:44
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