BFB 'Base Frequency Boost' will be available on all of ASRock's 600-series motherboards for Intel's 12th Generation Alder Lake processors, the company has confirmed.
This was confirmed by Giant Dongs, a Reddit user who received a message directly from ASRock regarding the feature in question. For those who wish to get additional performance out of their Intel Alder Lake Non-K CPU by increasing the power limit for higher base frequencies, this is a fantastic solution. The response is as follows:
after checking with BIOS department, our 600 series mainboards support BFB, too.
The Z690 series is currently the only one that supports overclocking, which allows all cores of a non-K series CPU to operate at a higher boost clock frequency for an extended period of time without experiencing performance degradation. Base Frequency Boost is a feature that manipulates the TDP and power supply parameters in order to change the maximum clock frequency of the processor.