# Is there any advantage to use a PLL with unitary frequency gain?

I am not a very experienced firmware developer, so I came across this doubt when I was reading the datasheet of a microcontroller:

In my application, I will use a crystal to generate a clock signal of 26 MHz, the same frequency I want in my system's clock bus. Reading the section that explain about the PLL module, I found the table below:

In the first line, it is shown a use case where the output frequency is the same as the input frequency.

So, my question is: Is there any advantage to make use of a PLL module with frequency gain equals to one, as my source clock is already in the desired frequency?

An EXOR is a type I phase detector and if used within a PLL loop it would naturally align the output to be mid-range on the detector i.e. $\pi/2$ or 90 degrees. Quite useful in some radio receivers.