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I saw some settings in the BIOS on my motherboard, and was wondering what they mean. I saw a setting that allowed me to change some voltage like MIT or something to corporal, sergeant, lieutenant, colonel, general, etc. Is that a helpful setting? What does it do? Also, what would happen if I changed the multiplier to like 8x? Would I be able to improve my overclock on my quad? It's currently at 3.6.
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I'm not sure what that is. But with names like that, it couldn't be all that useful. Funny though. Sorry I'm not more help.
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I saw some settings in the BIOS on my motherboard, and was wondering what they mean. I saw a setting that allowed me to change some voltage like MIT or something to corporal, sergeant, lieutenant, colonel, general, etc. Is that a helpful setting? What does it do? Also, what would happen if I changed the multiplier to like 8x? Would I be able to improve my overclock on my quad? It's currently at 3.6.
Lol you have an US army computer
    
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I saw some settings in the BIOS on my motherboard, and was wondering what they mean. I saw a setting that allowed me to change some voltage like MIT or something to corporal, sergeant, lieutenant, colonel, general, etc. Is that a helpful setting? What does it do? Also, what would happen if I changed the multiplier to like 8x? Would I be able to improve my overclock on my quad? It's currently at 3.6.
Lol rofl, never heard of OC profiles with these kind of names, I guess that general is ultimate overvolt.
    
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