I once heard that it's some kind of offset that increases the wattage the CPU draws under load, which influences power delivery, and allows for higher overclocks. Whether or not this is true or B/S I don't know. It's very hard to find information on a lot of features on some motherboards. The other options that are seemingly vague but make a great deal of difference are the Digi+ VRM settings, as mentioned earlier, as well as DRAM Driving options (I tried to read up on these and figure out how they work so I could overclock my RAM higher and it seemed like you needed an electrical engineering degree to understand and use any of it). Then there's options like "Extreme Tweaking" and HPET, and HPCM (High Performance Computing Mode) that have even less documentation. Who knows.
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9/20/13 at 8:02pm