2. ADJUST THE CPU BASE CLOCK
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.