Intel clarifies things and advises against “baseline” profiles from motherboard manufacturers

Intel clarifies things and advises against “baseline” profiles from motherboard manufacturers
Intel clarifies things and advises against “baseline” profiles from motherboard manufacturers

Knowing that two processors, even if they are officially the same model, are never identical, and these overly “optimistic” settings can pass on one CPU, but crash on another.

Faced with general discontent, ASUS, then Gigabyte, implemented new BIOSes with a so-called “Intel Baseline” setting, which would return to the recommendations of the American firm. In its very first intervention since the problem emerged, Intel had certainly placed the blame on the motherboard manufacturers, but gave no instructions and made no comments on these new BIOSes.

Today, however, Intel is speaking out again in a more precise manner. The company criticizes these “Baseline Profiles”: “ These BIOS profiles are not the same as the “Intel Default Settings” recommendations that Intel recently shared with its partners regarding reported instability issues on 13 K SKU processors.e and 14e generations. »

Still according to Intel, “ These “Intel Baseline Profile” BIOS settings appear to be based on power guidance previously provided by Intel to manufacturers describing different power options for 13 K SKU processorse and 14e generations, depending on the capabilities of the motherboard “. We therefore understand that they would not be adapted to the new recommendations shared since the problems were revealed.

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