MSI X670 / B650 motherboards support adaptive dual-mode overclocking to maintain the CPU at a higher frequency

According to MSI's official news, MSI's X670 and B650 e-sports motherboards including Mortar support adaptive dual-mode overclocking function, which can maintain high frequency under low load and maintain the high load. It can impact higher frequencies.

Take the MAG B650M MORTAR WIFI mortar as an example, find the CPU multiplier mode in the OC menu of the BIOS, set it to ADAPTIVE, and the Performance Switch also maintains ADVANCED. There are 4 gears in the Performance Switch (adaptive dual-mode overclocking), among which LEVEL1~3 are the preset gears of the motherboard, which can be set according to your own needs.

After setting the option to ADVANCED, adjust the CCD0 CPU RATIO setting to the value you need, such as 54. When the multiplier is set to 54, it is actually 5.4G (100 FSB x54 multiplier). After saving and restarting, the CPU will continue to run at 5.4G. When the CPU enters the light load state, the PBO mode will be enabled. At this time, the main frequency will exceed the 5.4G default value, and after entering the heavy load, it will return to the overclocking mode of 5.4G.

According to the official explanation, adapting to dual-mode overclocking is simply to keep the CPU at a higher frequency, and switch to PBO when the load is low to hit the high frequency under single thread. Under high load, the CPU frequency can maintain the set overclocking value, and it can break through the preset value in a timely manner.

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