Originally Posted by imbarine
I'd like to find out as well~~ anyone update on this?
Originally Posted by mach1
Well... I just looked up the cheapest H61 board on the egg, the asrock h61m-vs. The manual shows the OC Tweaker screen in the bios.
Alright guys. This is kind of a big deal. People have been paying a premium for a p67 board, then have to buy a discreet graphics card just because they thought that's what they needed for ocing.
The manual for that CHEAP ($64.99!?!) board clearly talks about changing cpu multiplier on k series chips.
This is good info.
I have a h67 board (asus p8h67-m evo) and the multiplier is locked, so that cant be adjusted. Only thing that i can change is the integrated GPU frequency and the bclk frequency. And of course you can change voltages.
Im using this board for my HTPC/server, the board lately has been auto over clocking to around 3.8~ 4ghz which is about as high as it will go, but anyways i set it back to 1.6ghz to save power.
If you plan to OC an Hxx board you might run into a few problems; power to cpu and vrm issues from what i read (4-8 pin, a heavy oc would not have enough power) , also having a locked multi doesn't help eather. So these boards can OC lightly but they wont get you to far to be honest, they are to far limited and rely alot of the AI oc's.Edited by DNytAftr - 4/7/11 at 10:37am