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Gabryel
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Sorry don’t know what topic this is for.So I’m looking at overclocking my ryzen 1700x (B350-f gaming MB) I’m watching tutorials,but for some reason when I go into bios I have AI tweaked but the tutorials have extreme tweaker.Is there any way to get this extreme tweaker.And some overclock settings would be nice as well 

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Is the B350-F a motherboard by Asus? Or perhaps gigabyte? Each brand has their own BIOS, the name of "ai tweaker" seems to be Asus so you need an Asus overclocking tutorial. (Well you don't really, since overclocking actually has the same settings if you start to understand them).

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I would just use Ryzen master if you want to easily overclock while in windows, but the BIOS if you don't want to install that and have it run on startup. 

 

It is by any chance the ASUS ROG STRIX B350-F?

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I have the AI tweaker on my Asus X470, as far as I can tell you should still be able to follow the guide. I think ASUS calls it Extreme Tweaker on their higher end MoBo's and AI tweaker on the rest.

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