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How can I give CPU voltage more than 1.7V? Asrock z77 Fatality professional.

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Hello guys,

I have Asrock Z77 Fatality Professional mainboard and I want to test with LN2. But I can give 1.7V for CPU. Not more...

How can I give more voltage? For example : 1,95V.

Thanks...
post #2 of 6
write custom bios? Altough idk if this isnt also the max cap of your mobo, if you try to give it more go, mobo may be damaged
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I don't think anyone would give 1.9+V to a modern Intel chip, even under LN2. Is 1.7V not enough?
    
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I don't think anyone would give 1.9+V to a modern Intel chip, even under LN2. Is 1.7V not enough?

1.7V may be enough for 6 Ghz. But if you want to more you must give more voltage.

How can I do custom bios? I did a lot of custom bios for graphic card before. ButI did not any bios for mainboard.
post #5 of 6
You need a BIOS with higher voltage maximums, manufacturers lock these down on purpose so you can't easily kill the CPU. If you want to stick with asrock and get to 2v, then try the Z77 OC Formula, also any of the ASUS ROG boards will have 2v capability and some gigabyte boards like the Z77X-UD5H and Z77X-UP7 will have special LN2 BIOSes with higher voltage limits.
You can try asking Nick Shih, like PM him, for a special BIOS.
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Yeah the z77 OCFormula is a very capable board. Even then if I were under LN2, I would probably choose one of the before mentioned gigabyte boards.
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