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    Default Performance Enhance in BIOS

    Could someone explain to me what the Performance Enhance setting in BIOS does and whether it is good to set it other than the standard setting. Does it improve performance that much? Thanks for the help.
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    Default Re: Performance Enhance in BIOS

    It makes several behind the scene changes, and sometimes a few you can see such as voltages or tRD.

    You may need to tweak things a little to try extreme, but you should be able to set turbo and test vs standard fairly easy. It does show performance improvements in benchmarks

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