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Sorry to say but you bought the wrong motherboard for overclocking.
 
B150 chipsets do not support overclocking the CPU past its rated speeds via CPU multiplier increase and will probably not allow your ram to run higher than 2133 MHz (You can check this via CPU-Z it will report half the speed which would be 1066 MHz for memory if that is the case)
 
You need a Z170 or Z270 motherboard to overclock that CPU with CPU multiplier.
 
You are stuck at maximum turbo boost block and overclocking by adjusting the Base Clock (A.K.A BLCK 100.00 MHz increase to 103.0).
 
I must say you are very lucky you did not need to manually update the motherboard's BIOS because if you had to you would need to source a Intel Skylake 6xxx series CPU to upgrade the motherboard BIOS to support the Kaby Lake 7xxx series CPUs.
 
TL-DR: B150 motherboard doesn't support CPU overclocking, need Z170 or Z270 motherboard (You should be getting Z270 over Z170 as it has native support for the CPU while the latter does not).
 
Source: Past and current experience in overclocking many computers.
 
Edit: I hope you got a beefy CPU cooler for that CPU, it heats up quite a bit.

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Editado por: Ben ,

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Sorry to say but you bought the wrong motherboard for overclocking.
 
B150 chipsets do not support overclocking the CPU past its rated speeds via CPU multiplier increase and will probably not allow your ram to run higher than 2133 MHz (You can check this via CPU-Z it will report half the speed which would be 1066 MHz for memory if that is the case)
 
You need a Z170 or Z270 motherboard to overclock that CPU with CPU multiplier.
 
You are stuck at maximum turbo boost block and overclocking by adjusting the Base Clock (A.K.A BLCK 100.00 MHz increase to 103.0).
 
I must say you are very lucky you did not need to manually update the motherboard's BIOS because if you had to you would need to source a Intel Skylake 6xxx series CPU to upgrade the motherboard BIOS to support the Kaby Lake 7xxx series CPUs.
I must say you are very lucky you did not need to manually update the motherboard's BIOS because if you had to you would need to source a Intel Skylake 6xxx series CPU to upgrade the motherboard BIOS to support the Kaby Lake 7xxx series CPUs.
 
TL-DR: B150 motherboard doesn't support CPU overclocking, need Z170 or Z270 motherboard (You should be getting Z270 over Z170 as it has native support for the CPU while the latter does not).
 
Source: Past and current experience in overclocking many computers.

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Editado por: Ben ,

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Sorry to say but you bought the wrong motherboard for overclocking.
 
B150 chipsets do not support overclocking the CPU past its rated speeds via CPU multiplier increase and will probably not allow your ram to run higher than 2133 MHz (You can check this via CPU-Z it will report half the speed which would be 1066 MHz for memory if that is the case)
 
You need a Z170 or Z270 motherboard to overclock that CPU with CPU multiplier.
 
You are stuck at maximum turbo boost block and overclocking by adjusting the Base Clock (A.K.A BLCK 100.00 MHz increase to 103.0).
 
I must say you are very lucky you did not need to manually update the motherboard's BIOS because if you had to you would need to source a Intel 6xxx series CPU to upgrade the motherboard BIOS to support the Kaby Lake 7xxx series CPUs.
 
TL-DR: B150 motherboard doesn't support CPU overclocking, need Z170 or Z270 motherboard (You should be getting Z270 over Z170 as it has native support for the CPU while the latter does not).
 
Source: Past and current experience in overclocking many computers.

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Postagem original de: Ben ,

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Sorry to say but you bought the wrong motherboard for overclocking.

B150 chipsets do not support overclocking the CPU past its rated speeds via CPU multiplier increase and will probably not allow your ram to run higher than 2133 MHz (You can check this via CPU-Z it will report half the speed which would be 1066 MHz for memory if that is the case)

You need a Z170 or Z270 motherboard to overclock that CPU with CPU multiplier.

You are stuck at maximum turbo boost block and overclocking by adjusting the Base Clock (A.K.A BLCK 100.00 MHz increase to 103.0).

I must say you are very lucky you did not need to manually update the motherboard's BIOS because if you had to you would need to source a Intel 6xxx series CPU to upgrade the motherboard BIOS to support the Kaby Lake 7xxx series CPUs.

TL-DR: B150 motherboard doesn't support CPU overclocking, need Z170 or Z270 motherboard (You should be getting Z270 over Z170 as it has native support for the CPU while the latter does not).

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