I have a brand new enclosed watercooling system, with an 850w power supply that I just installed tonight into my computer. I have tried overclocking my CPU (Intel B360 MB), tonight, unsuccessfully. This is my first time trying to overclock a CPU and I'm doing so since I've been unable to get my hands on an NVIDIA 3000 series (currently have a 1070Ti) and I want to improve my streaming quality. Back to the issue at hand, in the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility tool, the option to adjust package or per-core speeds is greyed out and I cannot find anything online about fixing this that fixes it for me. I've heard of, "unlocking," the CPU but I haven't had any luck doing so. I can only adjust the processor core IccMax, the Turbo Boost Short Power Max, the Turbo Boost Power Max, and the Turbo Boost Power Time Window. I can also adjust the Cache IccMax, but I don't feel that that is relevant to my issue and haven't touched it. Since I've been unable to get any GHz boost from changing settings in the Tuning Utility, I tried my hand at overclocking from BIOS. Here, I'm unable to push the CPU ratio past 46, and it caps at 43 if I leave it in Fixed mode instead of Dynamic. Even putting the ratio to 46, the ring to 43 and adjusting my voltage accordingly my CPU speed remains unchanged, only varying between 4.31GHz and 4.33GHz. I've poured over videos and forums and cannot find any relevant help, am I maybe missing something simple? From what little knowledge I do have about overclocking, from my understanding if I change the ratio from auto to 46 it should give me a boost of 0.3GHz. If anyone knows what I'm doing wrong please help me, I would greatly appreciate it!