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Bios missing CPU ring voltage setting

I have my bios updated to 1.4, using the z87-g41 pc mate and an intel i5-4670k.

In the overclocking menu, I'm missing the cpu ring voltage setting. I'll post an image ASAP.

Look at the image, that is as far down the menu as I can go, although in some overclocking tutorials, I see more settings below.
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  1. Then your motherboard probably doesn't support that feature, not all motherboards are created equal
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  2. chemmajorp53 said:
    Then your motherboard probably doesn't support that feature, not all motherboards are created equal


    Then would it still be viable for me to overclock without the cpu ring voltage setting? Or would that be detrimental to my PC?
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    Yes, 99% of people never touch the cache voltage anyways for good reason. If you're not experienced with overclocking, which it doesn't sound like you are, then you should really only be touching the multiplier and vcore according to an overclocking guideline for your processor.
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