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[SOLVED] Cannot find gpu settings in uefi bios utility asus

FullTank

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as drea.drechsler said, you'll need B350 or AB350 motherboard or higher to overclock your apu(2400g's gpu) or cpu, but if lucky though you may find an option to overclock memory and to reduce it's timings, i don't know much about 2nd gen of ryzen, however max safe memory clocks for 1st gen's memory was 2666(2800+ was unstable on most of motherboards), so, fair to assume that for 2nd gen it's 2800, that of course if your memory will be able to go that high, if your sticks are 3200 rated MHz for example, then it will easily get ~2800 and reduced timings, it may however be unstable on 3200 due to 1st and 2nd gen problems of ryzen, if your sticks is rated 2133 or 2400, then you will be able to achieve ~2800 only by Raising timings, raising degrades performance - however gains from additional MHz will give you more than you'll lose from raised timings. :)
 

FullTank

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Apr 7, 2015
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as drea.drechsler said, you'll need B350 or AB350 motherboard or higher to overclock your apu(2400g's gpu) or cpu, but if lucky though you may find an option to overclock memory and to reduce it's timings, i don't know much about 2nd gen of ryzen, however max safe memory clocks for 1st gen's memory was 2666(2800+ was unstable on most of motherboards), so, fair to assume that for 2nd gen it's 2800, that of course if your memory will be able to go that high, if your sticks are 3200 rated MHz for example, then it will easily get ~2800 and reduced timings, it may however be unstable on 3200 due to 1st and 2nd gen problems of ryzen, if your sticks is rated 2133 or 2400, then you will be able to achieve ~2800 only by Raising timings, raising degrades performance - however gains from additional MHz will give you more than you'll lose from raised timings. :)
 

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