2. AD­JUST THE CPU BASE CLOCK

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MARCH 2016 The Ad­vanced Tun­ing tab of­fers con­trol over ad­di­tional pa­ram­e­ters, most no­tably the CPU base clock, or ref­er­ence clock as it is re­ferred to in the util­ity. The ref­er­ence clock is tied to the CPU mul­ti­plier (Pro­ces­sor Core Ra­tio in Ba­sic Tun­ing), and the fi­nal clock speed is achieved by mul­ti­ply­ing the ref­er­ence clock by the mul­ti­plier. For in­stance, if the ref­er­ence clock is kept at the de­fault 100MHz, set­ting the mul­ti­plier at 40 would mean a fi­nal clock of 4.0GHz.

One ad­van­tage of chang­ing the ref­er­ence clock is that it al­lows you to in­crease the over­all clock speed in finer in­cre­ments. If your sys­tem was

You’ll want to mainly tweak the Pro­ces­sor Core Ra­tio.

The ASUS ROG GX700’s liq­uid-cool­ing dock lets you push the over­clock­able mo­bile pro­ces­sor to its lim­its.

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