Intel has released an update to Extreme Tuning Utility (XTU), which now supports Windows 11 22H2. The tool is now ready to go for the next major Windows upgrade. Version 220.127.116.11 now includes the Intel Extreme Tuning Utility. This tool allows you to tweak Intel processors, such as under-volting or overclocking.
You can also manually fine-tune the program with other useful features. Support for Windows 11 version 23H2 is the highlight of the new version. Also known as Sun Valley 2 or SV2, this version also supports Windows 11 version 22H2 . The new version doesn’t stop there. New XTU releases include the suite of Thermal Velocity Boost optimizations (TVB) for future platforms. This is a hint at 13th Gen Raptor lake support. We have provided the complete release notes in translation.
Changelog for XTU 18.104.22.168
Future platforms support:
- Added OC TVB support to single cores
- Packages now include OC TVB support
- TVB support that is efficient added
- Low Voltage Protection, Core Isolation memory Integrity, Virtual Machine Status, and HyperV status detection. Notification updates
- Dynamic optimization of Intel Speed Optimizer function
- Support for Windows 11 22H2 (SV2)
- Support for Kabylake platforms has been removed
Problems that are known
According to Intel, there are still issues. XTU is not compatible with certain configurations of systems, including Hyper-V, Core Isolation Memory Integrity, and Virtual Machine State. These features must be enabled in order to use the tool. Windows Smart App Control may be enabled to prevent XTU from being installed and/or run. This could cause Windows execution to fail again. If this happens, users can restart the system and then run the XTU application or installer again. Microsoft and Intel are already working together to address the problem.