B760 Motherboards Can Support Non-K BCLK Overclocking for 12th & 13th-Generation Intel Processors

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By William Henry

MSI has just confirmed that their MSI B760 motherboards can support overclocking of Non-K BCLK with both 12th and 13th-generation Intel processors. We saw in yesterday’s news article that the MSI B760 motherboard leaked prices that are very low. Later today we also got a notification from chi11eddog who tweeted again about the B760 motherboard and it was about the ability to overclock. MSI said that the new MAG B760M Mortar Max WIFI motherboard can overclock the Intel Core i5-12400 Non-K CPU.

In January, MSI is going to release many new motherboard models and B760 is one of them. And we also get rumors that this motherboard is going to amaze gamers. This motherboard has some newly added features that we haven’t seen in previous models. For instance, this mobo can overclock the BCLK on an Intel 12th and 13th Gen CPU. It has the Renesas RC26008 clock generator that helps gamers to overclock on to the next level.

According to a leaker of this news, the new MSI MAG B760M Mortar Max WIFI can overclock the Intel Core i5-12400 CPU up to 5.0 GHz which is amazing. It can boost BCLK to 125.00 MHz as well. If we talk about the price then this mobo will come at $229 US and $219. Also, this motherboard has both DDR 4 and DDR 5 support.

This is very good news for gamers who don’t want to spend so much money on their gaming and that’s why they can use this board for the best gaming experience.

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With this amount of overclocking, users can go beyond the limits. You can imagine what you can do with the speed of a 5.0 GHz processor. Of course, this will improve gaming speed and performance.

We have already covered some information about the MSI B760 motherboards or any rumors or speculation surrounding them. We have revealed the tweet of a leaker who has leaked the prices of these motherboards.

If we are not sure about overclocking and what it can do then overclocking a motherboard involves increasing the speed of the processor and memory beyond their default settings in order to improve the performance of the system. However, it’s important to note that overclocking can be a complex and potentially risky process, as it can void your warranty and may cause permanent damage to your hardware if not done correctly.

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