A great line for enthusiasts The extra free performance: the ability to accelerate base frequency in new generation processors Intel It finally gets into operation on some motherboards
One of the most promising features of Generation of the sixth Core processors של Intel He finally got into high gear. Do you add a frequency of tens of percent to "discounted" processors that do not offer an open product? Soon it will not be just a dream anymore.
Confused? Here is the explanation: Modern processors have a low base frequency created for the processor, and it is synced correctly to all other hardware components in the system (so as not to create errors and compatibility issues). So if there is a low base frequency, how does the processor reach thousands of gigabytes? With the help of the Patriarchs. The processor multiplies the base signal, reaching its real high frequencies. For example, if the processor has a base frequency of 100 MHz, the processor will multiply it by 21 once to reach a frequency of 2.1 GHz.
The ability to multiply the base frequency enables the processor to move between the frequencies quickly and efficiently according to the demand of the processing power at any given moment, without leaving synchronization with the rest of the system elements (video card, Memories and so').
In recent generations of processors, Intel has provided the ability to change the same base frequency of the processor only at high jumps (from 100MHz in standard mode to 125MHz), which in most cases causes components, especially PCI-Express on-board, to go out of balance and stop working Intended - so that the speed for processors whose multiplication is locked and does not exceed the frequencies set by each model Intel Itself was unreasonable, even though in practice it existed.
In the current Skylake generation Intel has decided to move towards consumers and provide the other system components with their own base clock, so the processor base frequency can be changed over a wide range, and with moderate and even lesser MHz jumps - which opens up the very interesting option to add about 10 or 20 MHz To the processor base frequency, and get a practical improvement of hundreds of megahertz and even gigabytes for their work speeds. As we can see now, this interesting capability can actually be made available not only to the expensive open-frequency multiplier K processors, but also to other cheaper models whose frequency multiplier is locked up.
This soon-to-be-known but not-so-soon-to-be-launched option starts to crust skin - and also provides the goods with the potential to improve tens of percent frequency based on standard air coolers, As already demonstrated on the site overclocking.guide Based on rugged beta versions that support the ability for Z170-based motherboards.
A huge improvement potential, at least in some models, which reminds us of the glory days of the processors -core Discounted 2 Duo
The first manufacturer to undertake the promised speeding capabilities is Asrock, Which now offers BIOS updates For all its motherboards that are based on the Z170 chipset - this is the place to note that an update to the motherboard firmware should be done carefully, responsibly, and after reading the appropriate instructions. If you are unsure or worried about something - our forum system is always here to help.
We believe and hope that after the current opening ofASRock Similar firmware updates will come from other manufacturers in the motherboard market, allowing all Z170 board owners to get the best out of their processors - and who knows, based on previous generations, we might see the speed capability coming to cheaper motherboards based on the H170 and BXNUM chipsets as well .
This is probably also the place to note that too The fast It's a business that needs to be done with forethought. The possibility of permanent damage to a modern processor with The fast Is seemingly very small, but performing it in a non-moderate way may result in loops of non-response that will require the zero-BIOS Physically to return it to its default state. Beyond that, there is no need to worry too much - this is your opportunity to add a few hundred MHz to your processor's working frequencies, simply and easily.
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