Possible. But sony did the same thing with there backwards compatibility on the first gen PS3. nothing every came of it.Can you say class action lawsuit?? Heavily advertising a feature to sell motherboards, only to take it away is asking for a lawsuit.
you already know. read your own past articlesWe can’t help but wonder what has prompted Asrock to remove this feature, but at this time we don’t have a definite answer. We speculating that it has something to do with an Intel policy. We have reached out to both Intel and Asrock for comments but have not received a reply at this time.
i'm glad you don't own or like muscle cars either stick to teenie booper girlie stock vw slugbugs i don't even know why you read anything about overclocking, that marxist attitude isn't tech enthusiats typically have unless they are apple employeesJohnpombrio
What you are saying is a "feature", I am calling a unapproved exploit of Intel's change in architecture on Skylake by the mobo makers. Large increases in BCLK I consider to be very dangerous as none of the parts of the CPU that are now getting o/ced are monitored for heat or protected from corruption of the data. Losing Windows due to a corrupt write to the SSD or hard drive or frying the CPU is very possible. Back to the old wild west days of frying chips and bare metal installs due to a bad o/c. I am glad Intel put a stop to this.