Originally Posted by TK421
You can "lock" a maximum power state on msi ab, nothing like boost lock though.
Unless you adjust every boost point manually?
The Ctrl-F then Ctrl-L feature will lock core clock in AB on the curve, and it also allows selectable voltage on the X axis.
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