First came ASRock and now MSI allows users with a motherboard: GAMING XPOWER Titanium Edition, Gaming M9, Gaming M7, Gaming M5 and G45 Gaming a new firmware which will overclock any Intel Skylake “no K” CPU  (Pentium and Core i3 / i5) modifying the basic clock (BCLK) without resorting to a “K” series CPU with a very high cost.

As faculty blocked by Intel, so you can only OC the CPU if you have a dedicated graphics. Also, before Overclocking makes sure that you have a good cooling system.

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