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AMD APUs can't be overclocked with VGA output

Posted on Monday, July 11 2011 @ 22:38:06 CEST by


OCWorkBench discovered that motherboards based on AMD's A75 chipset do not support overclocking when a display is connected to the D-SUB port:
Although most A75 boards support multiple output ports, D-SUB will not work once you increase your CPU CLK to 133MHz when overclocking the system.

So, if you are thinking of overclocking your brand new A75 board with a APU, you must get ready to pair the system up with a monitor with DVI-D connector.




 



 

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