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Voltage control software

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Other than the Intel XTU, is there some lighter 3rd party program that lets you manually adjust the core voltage of the skylake processors in Windows?
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Depending on what motherboard you have, there is usually software that comes from the motherboard brand off their website or motherboard driver disc that allows fine tuning of some BIOS tweaking settings for overclocking and etc.
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post #3 of 6
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MSI's control center doesn't let me do that.
post #4 of 6
Is there some reason why you can't adjust the voltages from the BIOS? That's really the better way....
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H110 motherboard.
post #6 of 6
Then, it sounds like XTU is your best option....You don't have to keep it running in order for the changes to stay though, if I remember correctly....Once you change the settings and reboot, they should stay....
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