The multiplication of Haswell processors from the "k" series can also be changed on motherboards based on the H87 and B85 chipset In certain parent tables.
In recent generations of processors Intel, Significant overclocking was possible only on motherboards based on advanced chipset and of course series Processors Holders of an open product called "K" processors. Therefore, it was necessary to pay an additional hundreds of shekels in order to receive this option.
The current generation of processors Intel Everything has changed slightly. Now overclocking can also be made on budget calendars based on H87 chipset and B85, but in limited form. In the more advanced Z87 chip set, the restriction has been removed, and overclocking can also be performed with the processor Processors Series "K").
The motherboard maker Asrok has apparently discovered a certain bug, which allows it to be executed quickly with the help of a CPU multiplier even on boards that are not based on the Z87 chipset. In the Fatal1ty series motherboard based on the H87 chipset, there is a setting called "Non-Z OC" which ostensibly allows a multiplication change for "K" processors and thus performs full overclocking, even though it is a chipset that does not allow to do so according to Intel.
Change the product only on the Z87 platform, huh?
It is not clear whether this is a bug in this chipset or a feature that Asrok somehow added to its motherboard, but it shows that it can be done The fast On a board based on the H87 chipset (for processors whose folders are only open of course). This means a lot - it will be possible to save hundreds of shekels by choosing a motherboard and get a system with the potential for large processing power in relation to the price.
This feature will probably also be available for the rest of the company's existing H87 chipset and B85 chipsets and will come with upcoming BIOS updates. Since this is a direct connection to the chipset, it is not known what the response will be Intel Or whether there will be a permit to use this feature in the future.