In the past few weeks, it seems that the Overclock has returned to the lower markets with the possibility of speeding up non-K processors Intel Give it an end and explain why
Since the second generation of processors,Core, Somewhere before 5 years ago, Overclock has become the property of those who aspire to this only, with all models except those branded with the K in their sample do not allow the multiplication of the product or the base frequency - which is true for the K processors as well, at least until the current generation.
Intel's Skylake generation has chosen to restore the ability to change the base frequency of the processor (in small and measured frequency increments to maximum stability), as was common in the past, for the K models only, to enable integration with increasing the multiplication to get performance The fast Best.
Yet, Recently we woke up to the news: Motherboard makers have found a way to enable the speed through the base frequency to processors that do not belong to the K series, through what appears to be a 'bug' in the design, which means in other words the possibility of speeding even the weaker processors. In our guide We were able to bring a processor Pentium With a frequency of 3.3 GHz with reasonable performance to a frequency of 4.5 GHz with performance from the mainstream market.
But the celebration, which was actually started by ASRock (together with Supermicro), is over, when it was reported that it lowered its Sky OC option in the company's new teaching update Intel, And is joined by all the other companies that have increased the allow Overclock Such in their tablets. Needless to say, someone who has already updated and performed Overclock This will not be affected until the BIOS update is implemented - an inconvenient solution, and not only because of the lack of updating.
For these users, and for other disappointed users, Intel clarifies and explains that the cancellation of the option is due to the fact that it does not recommend overclocking for these processors, which are not designed to work under overclocking. also, Intel Emphasizes that such fast processors will not be covered under any responsibility on its part.
With the doubts of many regarding the above step of a company Intel, This is the situation - and we still hope that the company will allow again in the future for my husband Processors Simpler to speed up their processor. But until that happens, the rule remains: Overclock Do with an open product, and with a K processor.