Windows 11 Update Kills Undervolting and Overvolting on MSI Boards

Windows 11 Update Kills Undervolting and Overvolting on MSI Boards

According to a new report featured in the MSI_Gaming subreddit, a recent Windows 11 update is halting overvolting and undervolting software enablement on MSI motherboards that use Intel CPUs. In effect, this means anyone using software-based overclocking utilities such as XTU on an affected system, will be prevented from undervolting or overvolting the CPU with software tools in Windows.

Unfortunately, we do not know which specific Windows update initially caused all this mayhem. But when installed, the update automatically enables Microsoft’s Virtualization-based Security (VBS) on Windows 11 systems. Microsoft calls this feature “Memory Integrity” in Windows 10 and 11’s security app.

https://www.tomshardware.com/news/windows-11-update-kills-overvolting-msi

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