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Old 12-27-2009, 10:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Not sure where this is supposed to go... I tried Googling the "AMD Core Percentage BIOS" and it didn't really turn up with much.

Like it says, by Core percentage in my BIOS is at -2% now.. Can I up that to 0% or adjust the number at all?? I mean, I have the ABILITY, I'm just wondering if this is something that is a good idea to be messing with..


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Never mind.. I found it.. Called ADVANCED CLOCK CALIBRATION. Mixed opinions on Tom's Hardware if it actually helps or not..
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