MSI Z170A PC MATE Non-K OC BIOS

MSI Z170A PC MATE Non-K OC BIOS

Support for BCLK Overclocking of CPUs like i3-6100, Pentium G4400, i5-6400, i7-6700 and all other non-K CPUs.

Don’t use this for K-series CPUs.
It might damage your hardware, no guarantees provided.

Detailed MSI Z170 Non-K OC Guide


NameMSI Z170A PC MATE Non-K OC BIOS
Categories,
VersionE7971IMS.A6T
Size6.03 MB
Downloads1995
Total Files1
Create DateDecember 18, 2015
Last UpdatedDecember 20, 2015
File
E7971IMS.A6T.zip

14 comments

  • Nikita

    Hello guys! I want to tell you about one bug in this version. After installation i couldn’t change the voltage on cpu. But before this i can… Please decide this problem
    P.S. Sorry for my bad english ( Im from Russia :) )

  • Eagle

    Hey team!

    Just came by to say that the bios is 100% working.

    Few notes that you should be aware beside what overclocking guide presented:

    Put the mem speed in auto, otherwise i couldnt raise the v-core by more than 1.200v

    If Pc crash and you are stuck with the stock settings, just clear cmos ( Take the motherboard battery off).

    Best Regards and good Overclock

    Link to my cpu-z validation

    http://valid.x86.fr/wzky51

  • R0n

    Doesnt work for me
    i have 6600
    i also can set the CPU Core Voltage to 1.325 without problem
    but i can’t find CPU Loadline Calibration Mode 1 in the bios

    when i’d raised BCLK to 1 it doesnt started.

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  • james

    Not working on msi z170a pc mate. I used the correct bios, but think it’s for 170 board and not 170a. Won’t let you raise the BCLK at all.

  • alsazius

    Do not start the system.
    1) to save the configuration
    2) restart after 5 seconds, and then restart
    3) The settings are not saved. frequency 3.2

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  • Can anyone let me know if the CMOS reset on this board is faulty? I updated to this bios to allow BCLK overclocking and after I put 137 BCLK and raised the V to 1.325 the board went into a dead state. I do remember that I forgot to select the loadline calibration and restarted with those settings. The board went dead and attempted a lot of times to reset the CMOS bios to default settings and it does not want to reset. The Bios updated fine and booted with its stock settings.

    I removed battery then initiated the CMOS reset and nothing happened. The Motherboard does not detect the CPU any more and has the CPU LED light lit up.

    Also the BIOS UI was very slow when switching between pages and settings. Did anyone else experience the same?

    Does anyone know why might the CMOS reset does not work? Is it possible the Bios E7971IMS.A6T.zip is not the appropriate bios for the Z170 PC Mate?

    Do I have to RMA the board again after the first board attempt failed and had same results?

    Thanks for anyone that can help.

  • YasserUA

    yow guys! its work on me… thanks 😀

    http://valid.x86.fr/4tm3er

  • CraftLourens

    http://valid.x86.fr/ywb4ix

    Overclocking with this Motherboard is pretty complicated and you probably can’t go more than 4.55GHz.

    I’m very dissapointed :c

    p.s. – if system fail to load once you have to remove battery every time, otherwise you will stuck with stock settings.

  • Reynaldo Rodriguez

    Hey guys, so i am having a bit on an issue on the BIOS. I managed to oc successfully an i3-6100 with the Z170a PC Mat to 4.4ghz, but i decided to check if it can oc to 4.5ghz but it failed. I can’t go back to my 4.4ghz settings, i tried doing cmos reset and doing the same steps again and nothing. I am wondering if any of you have an I3-6100 and the same motherboard as i and has had success oc and is dedicated and patient enough to help me with this. I am not a oc computer pro so maybe i am doing something wrong. I also have the Bios update provided by you guys. Please let me know if any of you can help, it will be greatly appreciated.

    PC PARTS:

    i3-6100 3.7ghz
    MSI Z170a PC MATE
    2400mzh DDR4 RAM GSKILL RIPJAWS

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