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Overclocking Options

The portrayed motherboard has several overclocking options. Below, we list the most important ones (1.30 BIOS):

  • CPU Base Clock: From 90.00 MHz to 300.00 MHz in 0.1 MHz increments
  • CPU Adaptive Voltage: From 0.800 V to 2.000 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU Offset Voltage: From -1.000 V to +1.000 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU Cache Adaptive Voltage: From 0.800 V to 2.000 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU Cache Offset Voltage: From -1.000 V to +1.000 V in 0.001 increments
  • System Agent Offset Voltage: From -1.000 V to +1.000 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU Analog IO Offset Voltage: From -1.000 V to +1.000 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU Digital IO Offset Voltage: From -1.000 V to +1.000 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU I/O Voltage Offset: From -0.600 V to +0.400 V in 0.001 V increments
  • Memory Voltage: From 1.165 V to 1.800 V in 0.005 V increments
  • Chipset (PCH) 1.05 V Voltage: From 0.977 V to 1.322 V in 0.005 V increments
  • Chipset (PCH) 1.5 V Voltage: From 1.338 V to 1.859V in 0.006 V increments

ASRock Z97 Extreme4Figure 10: overclocking options

ASRock Z97 Extreme4Figure 11: memory timings adjusts

ASRock Z97 Extreme4Figure 12: memory timings adjusts

ASRock Z97 Extreme4Figure 13: voltage options

ASRock Z97 Extreme4Figure 14: voltage options

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Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master’s degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.