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CPU Marking

When the CPU Power Plane is set to "Via CPU Marking", this parameter allows you to choose what the marking code is for your CPU, which will tell the BIOS what voltage(s) the CPU requires. You may not know what your code is, or it may not be listed, so you may want to use the manual settings ("Single Voltage" or "Dual Voltage") in this case. When CPU Power Plane is set to anything other than "Via CPU Marking", this setting will not be present.

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