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講緊Acer NITRO XV272K呢隻27"??

YES

呢隻最近幾hit下
真係幾抵Hi#good#lm

OK
再留意下D REVIEW 先
依家依隻TUF 289
20年換
仲用到
但想買多隻

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Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

用13代超算勁數啦#yup#


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

用13代超算勁數啦#yup#

i5都夠用 超乜鬼#yup#


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]



Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

不嬲都唔玩超#good#


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死


Intel has observed that this issue may be related to out-of-specification operating conditions resulting in sustained high voltage and frequency during periods of elevated heat.

Analysis of affected processors shows some parts experience shifts in minimum operating voltages which may be related to operation outside of Intel specified operating conditions.

While the root cause has not yet been identified, Intel has observed the majority of reports of this issue are from users with unlocked/overclock capable motherboards.
Intel has observed 600/700 Series chipset boards often set BIOS defaults to disable thermal and power delivery safeguards designed to limit processor exposure to sustained periods of high voltage and frequency, for example:
– Disabling Current Excursion Protection (CEP)
– Enabling the IccMax Unlimited bit
– Disabling Thermal Velocity Boost (TVB) and/or Enhanced Thermal Velocity Boost (eTVB)
– Additional settings which may increase the risk of system instability:
– Disabling C-states
– Using Windows Ultimate Performance mode
– Increasing PL1 and PL2 beyond Intel recommended limits
Intel requests system and motherboard manufacturers to provide end users with a default BIOS profile that matches Intel recommended settings.

Intel strongly recommends customer’s default BIOS settings should ensure operation within Intel’s recommended settings.
In addition, Intel strongly recommends motherboard manufacturers to implement warnings for end users alerting them to any unlocked or overclocking feature usage.
Intel is continuing to actively investigate this issue to determine the root cause and will provide additional updates as relevant information becomes available.

Intel will be publishing a public statement regarding issue status and Intel recommended BIOS setting recommendations targeted for May 2024.

O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#


O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死[/quote]
講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#[/quote]
以前2500K同9700K 淨係鎖某個頻率行 基本上 點扯都係果個頻率行 用電唔會高 效能無咩點變 就算預設都唔會發生問題

依家為宣傳有幾好超咩都扯到勁一勁行 但你識set 去試 比預設較低既參數都做到


O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#[/quote]
以前2500K同9700K 淨係鎖某個頻率行 基本上 點扯都係果個頻率行 用電唔會高 效能無咩點變 就算預設都唔會發生問題

依家為宣傳有幾好超咩都扯到勁一勁行 但你識set 去試 比預設較低既參數都做到[/quote]
依家13600K 1.4V上到6.0[sosad] 14代又唔係勁好多 10%都冇



O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由



O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由

我要埋內置DISPLAY 因為 做DEBUG方便



O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由

我要埋內置DISPLAY 因為 做DEBUG方便

有人砌埋咪non k囉
我呢啲自組一定用有內顯嘅



O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由

我要埋內置DISPLAY 因為 做DEBUG方便

有人砌埋咪non k囉
我呢啲自組一定用有內顯嘅

鍾意得閒set下野又有閒錢唔怕壞左無野用既先搞呢d啦
一係就本身好熟pc野先會搞
依加班友見到k聽人講勁d就買#bad#



O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由

我要埋內置DISPLAY 因為 做DEBUG方便


一嚟
二嚟可以用內顯轉片/直播行
三嚟顯示卡輸出畫面時要用幾百MB VRAM(多少視乎接幾多個Mon同解像度)
如果要行AI,多幾百MB VRAM用好過冇(特別係VRAM較少嘅卡)
四嚟如果要玩VPN PCI-E Passthrough,可以Host 用內顯,VM用顯示卡,否則要兩張顯示卡



O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由

我要埋內置DISPLAY 因為 做DEBUG方便


一嚟
二嚟可以用內顯轉片/直播打機等
三嚟顯示卡輸出畫面時要用幾百MB VRAM(多少視乎接幾多個Mon同解像度)
如果要行AI,多幾百MB VRAM用好過冇(特別係VRAM較少嘅卡)
四嚟如果要玩VPN PCI-E Passthrough,可以Host 用內顯,VM用顯示卡,否則要兩張顯示卡




O:-)lm :o)lmgh :Dlmgh

INTEL自己無去正式規管板廠既超頻參數
板廠又表現自己幾好超 就有幾盡去幾盡

結論:唔識玩唔好買K啦[sosad]

完全唔明點解有D人只係打機完全唔識超都要去超[sosad]

有識個一開始就識
買黎當玩具玩姐[sosad]

大把人只係買完番黎 乜都唔set default開機玩[sosad]
班人向左走向右走知電壓點set


結果Default都死

講緊十幾廿年前 K一直都係話超頻先買
而家乜人都買K D人真係有錢無地方洗#cn#

K同唔K差少少ja wor (有時仲平的)
F同唔F先差得多
個內顯根本唔會用,但咪又係照買/叫人買貴的既
K多的野set,價錢差丁屎咁多
我睇唔到買non K既理由

我要埋內置DISPLAY 因為 做DEBUG方便


一嚟
二嚟可以用內顯轉片/直播打機等
三嚟顯示卡輸出畫面時要用幾百MB VRAM(多少視乎接幾多個Mon同解像度)
如果要行AI,多幾百MB VRAM用好過冇(特別係VRAM較少嘅卡)
四嚟如果要玩VM PCI-E Passthrough,可以Host 用內顯,VM用顯示卡,否則要兩張顯示卡



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