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Overclocking Options

The ASRock X79 Fatal1ty Champion has a few overclocking options. Below, we list the most important ones (1.20 BIOS):

  • Clock multiplier: From x12 to x60 (for unlocked CPUs)
  • Base clock: From 90 MHz to 300 MHz in 0.1 MHz increments
  • CPU core voltage: From -0.300 V to +0.600 V in 0.001 V increments
  • Memory controller (“System Agent,” VSA) voltage: From -0.300 V to +0.600 V in 0.001 V increments
  • CPU VTT (“I/O”) voltage: From 0.765 V to 1.662 V in 0.013 V increments
  • CPU PLL voltage: From 1.581 V to 2.352 V in 0.013 V increments
  • Chipset (PCH) 1.1 V voltage: From 0.701 V to 1.705 V in 0.013 V increments
  • Chipset (PCH) 1.5 V voltage: From 1.500 V to 1.850 V in 0.050 V increments
  • Memory voltage: From 1.200 V to 1.800 V in 0.005 V increments
  • Memory reference voltage: From -0.127 V to +0.127 V in +0.001 V increments

ASRock X79 Fatal1ty Champion motherboardFigure 11: Overclocking options

ASRock X79 Fatal1ty Champion motherboardFigure 12: Voltage options

The ASRock X79 Fatal1ty Champion also allows you to monitor voltages through a voltmeter. You can monitor the CPU (core, VCSA, and VTT) and memory voltages.

ASRock X79 Fatal1ty Champion motherboardFigure 13: Voltage monitoring points

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