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Windows 7: changing multiplier on Asus Z87-A motherboard

28 Oct 2013   #1
p5200

windows 7 Professional 64-bit
 
 
changing multiplier on Asus Z87-A motherboard

I've been looking through my bios but, haven't seen any way to change it I'm running at 3.8GHZ and if I can change the multiplier from 38 to 40, I assume, I can hit 4.0ghz. correct me if I'm wrong. I'm running the i5 4670k processor is it even possible? Thanks!


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28 Oct 2013   #2
kbrady1979

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1
 
 

I'd imagine you have to change the Ai Overclock Tuner, or whatever they are calling it now, to "Manual" and then change the core multipliers. If you can, go into your BIOS, access the advanced mode and take a few screenshots of your options. You'll need a flash drive plugged in to take screenshots.........I believe its the F12 key. Post some pictures up and we'll try to get you goin.
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