TurboV EVO offers three different configurations for each setting: Automatic, Easy Mode, Manual. Automatic is one of TurboV EVO's strongest points, it actually does the overclock on its own; easy-mode is set up to be easy for those who are new to the performance boosting world. It utilizes your CPU's current overclocking limit as the target, and tells your processor to try and reach the specified frequency as close as possible. If it's not close enough, it will automatically get closer. Manual is all manual, meaning you can completely overclock your CPU any way you want. If you are used to manually overlocking, it is the easiest option to use.
There is also an option included to change the group your processor belongs to in BIOS, so that processors from different vendors can put in a lower margin (temperature limitations/clock speed limitations) so that you can overclock the processor without getting too much heat. Using this feature with a variety of stable clocks can yield a much more stable overclock speed. So when you see a lower number in bCLK it means that your processor is unstable in terms of clock speed, and the different TDP limits will limit your overclock speed to a lower number.
Clocking your processor is simple enough in the fastest configurations. First load up your CPU multiplier and then click on the BCLK. The bCLK group settings will load where you can set the maximum multiplier your CPU will support. If you go past this maximum multiplier, the bCLK will drop and you cannot go any further. Once set, it will display it on the right screen, along with the memory speed. The memory group will load, as will the CPU and HDD timer speeds. These are third party settings that I will not discuss in detail.
The memory overclock is really quite easy and consist of two settings: DDR TCLK and Memory Voltage. DDR TCLK is the actual clock speed of the processor, in my case its at 3.00GHz. This will be displayed here in red, under the Topspeed. d2c66b5586