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Overclocking Support Will be Available in Non-K Series Intel Skylake Processors

Category: CPU's
Posted: 03:09PM

Information obtained by Chinese site Benchlife has revealed that Intel Skylake processors that aren't part of the K-Series will feature overclocking support. K-Series processors feature better support for overclocking through the ability to change the CPU multiplier and base clock. In the past Intel had restricted support for base clock adjustments to high-end Z-Series motherboards, while disabling the feature on H, Q, and B Series boards. Z-Series motherboards are still expected to provide the best overclocking capability and support on lower end boards "will solely depend on the motherboard maker."

Source: Benchlife via WCCF Tech

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