Method 1 – Overclocking in BIOS
1. Enter in BIOS. Press DEL or F2 or F10 key during bootup. The keys may vary according to the system model and/or brand.
2. Look for Advanced Frequency Settings, “Processor Graphics Clock”, “GPU Boost”, Graphics Max Multiplier, or iGPU Max Frequency setting.
3. Add 100 to Processor Graphics Clock.
4. Save and exit the BIOS.
Method 2 – Overclocking using Intel Extreme Tuning Utility
1. Download and install Intel Extreme Tuning Utility here.
2. Open the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility, go to Graphics Tuning Tab, and click I agree in Warning pop-up window.
3. Click Enable in Processor Graphics Overclocking option. Increase the Processor Graphics Ratio Limit by 1 and Click Apply.
1. On Intel Extreme Tuning Utility, go to Stress Test, click the Graphics Stress Test checkbox, set to to 5 Minutes, and click Start Testing.
2. If it passed the test, increase the Processor Graphics Ratio Limit by 1 (100 in BIOS)and do the stress test again. Do this until it failed the stress test.
3. If it failed the stress test, reduce the Processor Graphics Ratio Limit by 0.5 (50 in BIOS) and do the stress test again. If it passed the stress test, you can now play a game and see the improvement. If it crashed or received errors during the game, reduce the Processor Graphics Ratio Limit by 0.5 (50 in BIOS) again and play.
Our stable multiplier is 12.5 (1250 in BIOS)
4. You can also use FurMark or MSI Kombustor to check the stability of your overclocked graphics.