ECS HDC-I Review
Posted 17 July 2011 - 06:56 PM
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Posted 05 November 2011 - 03:20 PM
The ECS HDC-1 does have overclocking features. There is turbo in the bios snd it hits the highest overclocks of any E-350 motherboard of 2.133Ghz.... The review says it does not have overclocking features.... You may want to revise the review FYI.
I registered on this board just to say that... not ALL boards have overclock function !!!!
I just bought HDC-I v1.0 yesterday, in fact only because I read it had overclock option, but what a cold shower - it does not have. At least not where it should be, under Frequency/Voltage control in BIOS.