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B75 Chipset Overclocking.

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I'm aware of the fact that B75 boards lock multipliers in CPUs, but is there some other way to perform an overclock? I want to be able to reach 4.0GHz at the very least, and I'd be fantastically happy if ~4.5GHz can be reached. I've heard that the ASRock UTX can indeed overclock to a feasible extent on these boards, so please provide a clarification if that is correct.


Thank you.
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You might be able to increase the BCLK from the default 100MHz depending on the model, but even if you were to up it to 103MHz that's only ~1 bin worth of OC.

EDIT: According to HWI's roundup of B75 boards, the model in your sig rig doesn't allow BCLK tweaking.
Edited by svenge - 5/22/13 at 11:11am
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Aww poopy. Well, 103MHz is better than nothing, so how would I go about doing something like that?
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You might be able to increase the BCLK from the default 100MHz depending on the model, but even if you were to up it to 103MHz that's only ~1 bin worth of OC.

+1. might get a couple of percent increase but hardly worth it. Better to look at a Z77 series mobo.
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