Intel has introduced a new utility named Intel Performance Maximizer, which will help simplify overclocking of proprietary processors. According to information, the software analyzes the individual CPU settings and then uses "sophisticated automation" technology, which allows you to flexibly adjust performance. In fact, it's overclocking without the need to manually configure the BIOS settings.
This solution is not entirely new. AMD offers a similar product for Ryzen processors. In this case, it is noted that the Intel Performance Maximizer is only compatible with several 9th Core Core processors: Core i9-9900KF, Core i9-9900K, Core i7-9700KF, Core i7-9700K, Core i5-9600KF and Core i5-9600K . NVIDIA has another similar solution for branded video cards. All of these allow you to over-capitalize processors and graphics cards with just one click.
Of course, such automated overclocking is inferior to some aspects of manual configuration in the BIOS. However, the difference in performance between the classical method and the use of the Intel tool is insignificant and the ease of use is obvious. In addition, Intel Performance Maximizer allows you to safely manage overclocking safely, which will surely attract beginners overclockers.
The utility is and can be downloaded from the manufacturer's official website. To run it, you need a Intel-based Z390-based motherboard running Windows 10 version 1809 or higher and the system must be booted in UEFI mode. It is also necessary to activate all kernels.
So far, it is unclear whether the utility will be available for models with older processors.
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