Hi, as you probably already know, the A6 3500's multiplier can be changed from x21 to x47 and Windows and CPU software like CPU-Z will say that you have a 4.7GHz APU, but unfortunately it doesn't really run as a 4.7GHz.
According to the google-ing I've been doing you can't change the multiplier, but my tests don't agree with that. It looks to me that you can change the multiplier to x24. Here are my PassMark CPU benchmark test scores.
Multiplier Auto =2240
Multiplier x21 =2181
Multiplier x22 =2241
Multiplier x24 =2476
Multiplier x26 =2471
Multiplier x28 =2497
Multiplier x47 =2476
I'm interested to know if anyone else gets the same results.
ASUS F1 A55-M LK R2.0 Motherboard, stock cooler, stock voltage.
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