One of the reasons I bought Asrock G41C-GS motherboard is because on the packaging box it advertised:
"Up to 143% CPU frequency increase is measuerd with IntelŪ PentiumŪ Processor E5200"
...which is the same CPU I own.
It is also advertised on their webiste right now:
However, when I installed the motherboard, I realized that there is no way to set VCORE in the bios. Even the OC Tuner tool hasn't got one:
I feel cheated that I bought a product that clearly advertised overclocking cappabilities, only to find out that the basics of OC'ing (increasing cpu voltage), is not there.
Also, I really would like to see how ASROCK managed to get E5200 to run @3575MHz on default vcore.
So, what is going on?
Last edited by ASRocknRolla; 02-22-2013 at 12:06 AM.
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