Intel Skylake Non-K Overclocking BIOS-List

On this page we compile an overview of all the Z170 Non-K Overclocking enabled BIOSes from ASUS, ASRock, GIGABYTE and MSI. Updated regularly!

 

ASUS Non-K Overclocking Motherboards and BIOSes

In the table below you can find the ASUS motherboards that support Non-K overclocking using the BIOSes listed below. For more information on how to overclock the Skylake Non-K CPUs using ASUS motherboards, check out the Detailed ASUS Z170 Non-K OC Guide.
MotherboardBIOS DownloadAmazon
Maximus VIII ExtremeLink
Maximus VIII Ranger
ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger Non-K OC BIOS
8.03 MB | 2898 downloads
Link
Maximus VIII Hero AlphaLink
Maximus VIII Hero
ASUS Maximus VIII Hero Non-K OC BIOS
8.04 MB | 2989 downloads
Link
Maximus VIII Gene
ASUS Maximus VIII Gene Non-K OC BIOS
7.90 MB | 1986 downloads
Link
Maximus VIII Impact
ASUS Maximus VIII Impact Non-K OC BIOS
7.89 MB | 2090 downloads
Link
Z170 Pro Gaming
ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming Non-K OC BIOS
6.50 MB | 8851 downloads
Link
Z170I Pro Gaming
ASUS Z170I Pro Gaming Non-K OC BIOS
6.47 MB | 5241 downloads
Link
Z170-Deluxe
ASUS Z170-Deluxe Non-K OC BIOS
8.08 MB | 1566 downloads
Link
Z170M-Plus
ASUS Z170M-Plus Non-K OC BIOS
6.40 MB | 3020 downloads
Link
Z170M-E D3
ASUS Z170M-E D3 Non-K OC BIOS
6.45 MB | 1829 downloads
Link
Z170-A
ASUS Z170-A Non-K OC BIOS
8.00 MB | 9054 downloads
Link
Z170-E
ASUS Z170-E Non-K OC BIOS
8.00 MB | 2185 downloads
Link
Z170-K
ASUS Z170-K Non-K OC BIOS
6.46 MB | 3911 downloads
Link
Z170-P
ASUS Z170-P Non-K OC BIOS
6.46 MB | 9767 downloads
Link
Z170-P D3
ASUS Z170-P D3 Non-K OC BIOS
6.44 MB | 3638 downloads
Link

 

 

ASRock Non-K Overclocking Motherboards and BIOSes

In the table below you can find the ASRock motherboards that support Non-K overclocking using the BIOSes listed below. For more information on how to overclock the Skylake Non-K CPUs using ASRock motherboards, check out the Detailed ASRock Z170 Non-K OC Guide.
MotherboardBIOS DownloadAmazon
Z170 OC FormulaLink
Z170 Gaming K6+
ASRock Z170 Gaming K6+ Non-K OC BIOS
7.23 MB | 915 downloads
Link
Z170 Gaming K6
ASRock Z170 Gaming K6 Non-K OC BIOS
7.23 MB | 1710 downloads
Link
Z170 Gaming K4
ASRock Z170 Gaming K4 Non-K OC BIOS
7.19 MB | 3956 downloads
Link
Z170 Extreme7+
ASRock Z170 Extreme7+ Non-K OC BIOS
7.60 MB | 846 downloads
Link
Z170 Extreme6+
ASRock Z170 Extreme6+ Non-K OC BIOS
7.52 MB | 783 downloads
Link
Z170 Extreme6
ASRock Z170 Extreme6 Non-K OC BIOS
7.52 MB | 1376 downloads
Link
Z170 Extreme4
ASRock Z170 Extreme4 Non-K OC BIOS
7.63 MB | 4429 downloads
Link
Z170 Extreme4+Link
Z170 Extreme3
ASRock Z170 Extreme3 Non-K OC BIOS
7.65 MB | 6949 downloads
Link
Z170 Gaming K4/D3
ASRock Z170 Gaming K4D3 Non-K OC BIOS
7.19 MB | 1110 downloads
Link
Z170 Gaming-ITX/AC
ASRock Z170 Gaming-ITXac Non-K OC BIOS
7.24 MB | 1470 downloads
Link
Z170 Pro4S
ASRock Z170 Pro4S Non-K OC BIOS
7.48 MB | 5310 downloads
Link
Z170 Pro4/D3
ASRock Z170 Pro4D3 Non-K OC BIOS
7.41 MB | 1840 downloads
Z170 Pro4
ASRock Z170 Pro4 Non-K OC BIOS
7.47 MB | 9602 downloads
Link
Z170A-X1/3.1
ASRock Z170A-X13.1 Non-K OC BIOS
7.53 MB | 1542 downloads
Link
Z170M Extreme4
ASRock Z170M Extreme4 Non-K OC BIOS
7.47 MB | 1466 downloads
Link
Z170M-ITX/AC
ASRock Z170M-ITXac Non-K OC BIOS
7.52 MB | 1482 downloads
Link

 

 

MSI Non-K Overclocking Motherboards and BIOSes

In the table below you can find the MSI motherboards that support Non-K overclocking using the BIOSes listed below. For more information on how to overclock the Skylake Non-K CPUs using MSI motherboards, check out the Detailed MSI Z170 Non-K OC Guide.
MotherboardBIOS DownloadAmazon
Z170A XPOWER GAMING TELink
Z170A Gaming M9 ACKLink
Z170A Gaming M7
MSI Z170A Gaming M7 Non-K OC BIOS
6.87 MB | 1691 downloads
Link
Z170A Gaming M5
MSI Z170A Gaming M5 Non-K OC BIOS
6.89 MB | 1740 downloads
Link
Z170A-G45 Gaming
MSI Z170A-G45 Gaming Non-K OC BIOS
6.86 MB | 1071 downloads
Link
Z170A Gaming M3
MSI Z170A Gaming M3 Non-K OC BIOS
6.80 MB | 4836 downloads
Link
Z170A Gaming Pro
MSI Z170A Gaming Pro Non-K OC BIOS
6.50 MB | 1401 downloads
Link
Z170A KRAIT GAMING (A6T)
MSI Z170A KRAIT GAMING Non-K OC BIOS
6.35 MB | 3011 downloads
Link
Z170I Gaming Pro AC
MSI Z170I Gaming Pro AC Non-K OC BIOS
6.49 MB | 1776 downloads
Link
Z170A TOMAHAWK (151)
MSI Z170A TOMAHAWK Non-K OC BIOS
6.87 MB | 1377 downloads
Link
Z170M MORTAR
MSI Z170M MORTAR Non-K OC BIOS
15.47 MB | 4547 downloads
Link
Z170A SLI PLUS
MSI Z170A SLI PLUS Non-K OC BIOS
6.27 MB | 1300 downloads
Link
Z170A-G43 PLUS
MSI Z170A-G43 PLUS Non-K OC BIOS
6.24 MB | 999 downloads
Link
Z170A PC Mate
MSI Z170A PC Mate Non-K OC BIOS
6.21 MB | 1971 downloads
Link
Z170A KRAIT GAMING (A91)
MSI Z170A Krait Gaming Non-K OC BIOS
6.53 MB | 1370 downloads
Link
Z170A TOMAHAWK (12T)
MSI Z170A TOMAHAWK Non-K OC BIOS
6.69 MB | 1284 downloads
Link
Z170A KRAIT GAMING 3XLink
Z170A KRAIT GAMING R6 SIEGE
Z170A GAMING PRO CARBONLink
Z170-A Pro
MSI Z170-A Pro Non-K OC BIOS
6.41 MB | 4832 downloads
Link

 

 

GIGABYTE Non-K Overclocking Motherboards and BIOSes

In the table below you can find the GIGABYTE motherboards that support Non-K overclocking using the BIOSes listed below. For more information on how to overclock the Skylake Non-K CPUs using GIGABYTE motherboards, check out the Detailed GIGABYTE Z170 Non-K OC Guide.
MotherboardBIOS DownloadAmazon
Z170X-SOC ForceLink
Z170X-Gaming GTLink
Z170X-Gaming G1Link
Z170X-Gaming 7 (F7a)Link
Z170X-Gaming 7 (F6)Link
Z170X-Gaming 3Link
Z170X-UD3
GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-UD3 Non-K OC BIOS
4.43 MB | 2645 downloads
Link
Z170XP-SLI
GIGABYTE GA-Z170XP-SLI Non-K OC BIOS
4.43 MB | 2124 downloads
Link
Z170M-D3H
GIGABYTE GA-Z170M-D3H Non-K OC BIOS
4.43 MB | 3522 downloads
Link
Z170-HD3P
GIGABYTE GA-Z170-HD3P Non-K OC BIOS
4.46 MB | 3671 downloads
Link
Z170-D3H
GIGABYTE GA-Z170-D3H Non-K OC BIOS
4.43 MB | 2419 downloads
Link
Z170N-WIFI
GIGABYTE GA-Z170N-WIFI Non-K OC BIOS
4.53 MB | 2028 downloads
Link
Z170-HD3
GIGABYTE GA-Z170-HD3 Non-K OC BIOS
4.50 MB | 4803 downloads
Link
Z170-Gaming K3Link

 

 

Compatible CPUs for non-K OC:

CPU NameCoresStock ClockTurbo ClockHyperthreadingL3-CacheTDPAmazon
Pentium G440023300 MHz-No3 MB54 Wlink
Pentium G4400T22900 MHz-No3 MB35 W
Pentium G450023500 MHz-No3 MB51 Wlink
Pentium G4500T23000 MHz-No3 MB35 Wlink
Pentium G452023600 MHz-No3 MB51 Wlink
Core i3-6098P23600 MHzYes3MB54 Wlink
Core i3-610023700 MHz-Yes3 MB51 Wlink
Core i3-6100T23200 MHzYes3 MB35 Wlink
Core i3-630023800 MHz-Yes4 MB51 Wlink
Core i3-6300T23300 MHz-Yes4 MB35 Wlink
Core i3-632023900 MHz-Yes4 MB51 Wlink
Core i5-640042700 MHz3300 MHzNo6 MB65 Wlink
Core i5-6400T42200 MHz2800 MHzNo6 MB35 Wlink
Core i5-6402P42800 MHz3400 MHzNo6 MB65 Wlink
Core i5-650043200 MHz3600 MHzNo6 MB65 Wlink
Core i5-6500T42500 MHz3100 MHzNo6 MB35 Wlink
Core i5-660043500 MHz3900 MHzNo6 MB65 Wlink
Core i5-6600T42700 MHz3500 MHzNo6 MB35 Wlink
Core i7-670043400 MHz4000 MHzYes8 MB65 Wlink
Core i7-6700T42800 MHz3600 MHzYes8 MB35 Wlink

 

If you have any kind of questions or problems, don’t hesitate to ask in the forums:

http://overclocking.guide/overclocking-guide-forum/

 

 

Changelog:

  • 21.12.2015: ASUS Maximus VIII Ranger added
  • 22.12.2015: MSI Z170-A PRO correct BIOS added
  • 24.12.2015: GIGABYTE BIOS added
  • 26.12.2015: 6 GIGABYTE BIOS added
  • 29.12.2015: ASROCK Pro4 3.00 added
  • 02.01.2016: GIGABYTE OC Guide added
  • 03.01.2016: ASUS Maximus VIII Hero Alpha added (v 0002)
  • 11.01.2016: ASUS Z170-K, Z170-P and Z170M-Plus added
  • 21.01.2016: New BIOS for MSI Z170A-G43 PLUS (33T) which works. Tested it myself
  • 23.01.2016: New MSI BIOS:
    • MSI Z170A Tomahawk
    • MSI Z170A KRAIT GAMING 3X
    • MSI Z170A KRAIT GAMING R6 SIEGE
    • MSI Z170A GAMING PRO CARBON
  • 23.01.2016: Fixed MSI BIOS for other boards:
    • MSI Z170A KRAIT GAMING
    • MSI Z170 KRAIT GAMING
  • 25.01.2016: New ASUS BIOS:
    • ASUS Z170-P D3
    • ASUS Z170M-E D3
  • 26.01.2016: New ASUS BIOS:
    • ASUS Z170I Pro Gaming
  • 31.01.2016: New GIGABYTE BIOS:
    • GA-170-GAMING K3
  • 13.04.2016: New MSI BIOS:
    • Z170-A Pro (v 191)
  • 18.04.2016: New MSI BIOS with Beta Runner feature (enable non-K OC on new microcode)
    • Z170A Gaming Pro
    • Z170A GAMING PRO CARBON
    •  Z170A Krait Gaming
    •  Z170A Gaming M5
    •  Z170A-G45 Gaming
    •  Z170-A Pro
    •  Z170A PC Mate
    •  Z170A Gaming M9 ACK
    •  Z170A Gaming M7
    •  Z170A Gaming M3
    •  Z170M MORTAR
    •  Z170I Gaming Pro AC
    •  Z170A TOMAHAWK
    •  Z170A-G43 PLUS
    •  Z170A SLI PLUS

 

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  • ingopan

    Is there a chance to patch a bios for the z170 pro gaming mainboard ?

  • TIA

    Hey,

    You’ve got some great info here, thanks for sharing.

    Is there a bclk bios update for the Asus Z170-P D3?

  • Yazon2006

    Hello, der8auer! Great work to keep all bioses in one place! I have Asus Z170-P and now I’m gonna sell it because I’m really interested in overclocking. How do you think is there any chance that my current motherboard will receive possibility to overclock through bios update or not? It is very important for me. Thanks, and hope for your answer!

  • There is a new BIOS for the GA-Z170N-WIFI (rev. 1.0).
    With this BIOS you can oc non-k cpu´s.
    Tested with i3 6100T.

  • Max

    Any results? write pls who have stable OC

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  • Raider

    So only the Asrock has an overclockable non-k ddr3 motherboards ?

  • Bob

    How about the “ga-z170n-gaming 5”? I saw a new beta bios on the GB site but no info/readme explaining non-k bclk overclocking. My Asrock z170 was rough with cold boot problems so I just ordered the GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 hoping they would have a bios out soon.

    • Bob

      Confirmed: Beta bios for the Gigabyte ga-z170N-Gaming 5 from Gigabyte’s website unlocks BCLK. I have a stable overclock on an i5-6500 @ 4320Mhz. I haven’t tried to push it higher yet. Given that the stock speed is 3200Mhz, this BCLK OC is extremely successful. Essentially, you can take the extra ~$100 you could have spent on the 6600k and spend it on other components. I bought the z170 chipset and a non-K processor with this in mind.

      • der8auer

        Great work! Thanks for your feedback :)

      • Jens

        What settings did you modify to overclock your CPU … ? I own a Gaming 7, tried both BIOSes but failed to overclock my 6700 non-K.

        • Bob

          I set CPU core voltage to 1.35v.
          I set memory voltage to 1.30v.
          I set bclk to 135.
          I set the cpu multiplier manually to 32. (135×32=4320)
          I turned off cpu boost
          I disabled onboard video.
          I set my memory multi under default (set according to your memory speed)

        • Bob

          Any luck? Remember to use CPU-Z to check your frequency in windows; system performance monitor only reports stock CPU frequency.

          • Riccardo

            Hey Bob
            I have i5 6400 on Gigabyte z170x gaming 3… But you don’t use custom bios, right?

          • said

            what is the name of the bios exactly? I’m on gigabytes website and there’s f1, f2, f3 and f4 so which one is it? if you dont know can you please send me a link to the bios download?

      • andrea del magno

        Great job. wich valor we have to change? i have in arrive a 6700 and gigabyte g7. TY

      • sb

        Which beta BIOS did you use off of the website? Also, did you use the stock 6500 cooler?

    • aatif

      I am looking at the MicroATX version of the Gaming 5 board (GA-Z170MX-Gaming 5). Does it use the same BIOS or do we know if it’s compatible with non-K OCing?

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  • AlexCatalina

    I have Asus h170-pro gaming….any hope???

    • Yazon2006

      Dude, I have Asus Z170-P and I think that chance to receive bios update is low. With H170 chipset hope is is much lesser.

    • der8auer

      I will talk to someone from asus soon about this. Will try to get the full range of BIOS for all Z170 boards. Not sure if it will work tho.

  • CSGOKU

    I have an msi z710a gaming pro and i was able to oc my 6400 to 4ghz stable but i think my 2133 generic kingston ram is holding me back to ocing even higher any tips? But im already happy with this 700 mhz oc. Also i can’t turn on xmp because of my crappy ram.

    • der8auer

      What memory speed do you use at the moment? You should be able to use lower memory multipliers such as:
      8.0
      10.66
      13.33
      16.0
      18.66
      21.33
      So e.g. if you lower to x13.33 multi you can run 160 BCLK and it will still match 2133 MHz on the memory. (160×13.33=2133)

  • qihei

    I have an MSI Z170 krait gaming, brush the MSI Z170A krait gaming Non-K OC BIOS, OC does not play role, pay attention to the two models are not the same, models the A
    Do you have a MSI Z170 KRAIT GAMING BIOS?

  • scott

    I’ve got the GA – Z170X-UD3 board and I see a bios for it which is awesome! I’ve ordered DDR4 2400 RAM for it.. and deciding on a processor. I’ve got a H60 Liquid cooler waiting to slap onto it.

    I was thinking an i5 6500. Not quite sure what overclocking to 4.3 or so does to my memory speeds though.. I don’t understand that bit yet. Thoughts before I push the button?

    • der8auer

      The memory clock is a result of BCLK x Multiplier. At stock with 2400 MHz memory you will have 100 MHZ BCLK x 24 Memory Multi = 2400 MHz Memory Clock.
      Overclocking the BCLK will also increase the memory clock. Increasing the BCLK to 130 MHz with 24 Memory multi would result in 3120 MHz. So you have to lower the memory multi. Here is what you can use:
      8.0
      10.66
      13.33
      16.0
      18.66
      21.33
      24.0
      So e.g. if you lower to x16.0 multi you can run 150 BCLK and it will still match 2400 MHz on the memory. (150×16.0=2400)

  • valkyrino

    Any chance for Gigabyte B150 boards? B150M-D3H to be exact

  • TannerT

    Any chance MSI will release a bios for the H170 Gaming M3? If not am I a total idiot for considering to try and Flash the Z170 M3 bios? My 6500 is running at 30c under load with my H110, what a waste lol.

    • der8auer

      H boards can’t tune the BCLK unless they have an external clock generator. However, I think there is no H board on the market with an external clock generator :/ I don’t think it will be possible ón the M3 board.

  • qihei

    Installation MSI Z170 KRAIT GAMING Non-K OC BIOS, overclocking failure, BCLK101 can not start

    • der8auer

      I reported the issue to MSI already. Not sure what the solution for this problem is. Seems like several people experienced this problem on different boards.

      • Andy

        Hi der8auer, something news from MSI about bios for Krait mobo ? :/ Still the bios seems not non K, tested in 3 other krait board with different settings. Thank you

  • koffeeshop77

    Ok i have read just about every thing and im gonne pull the trigger soon.
    a) there are a lot of boards out there and you list: ASUS, ASrock, MSI, and Gigabyte.
    -Asus even listed on newegg that the Bclk can be risen, they don’t mention anything about a special bios update, so does Asus have an office version out there where BCLK can be MODed for the 6400,6500 usw…
    -my point is will there ever be a version where temp will be able to be read properly or is that just a wast of time?
    b)ASRock has a site where they list OC sky “unofficially” where they list that only certain models are “affected” by the false temp readings. mainly the lower pro 4 series.. and ITX. link below
    Link — > http://www.asrock.com/news/index.us.asp?id=3132
    Leading me to believe that the other sieries outside of that ” list ” may actaully ” be able to read Temps, i could reallly care less about the GPU inside the chip being diabled, i have a 970, im not using it any way but i like to push limits and no readouts really make wonder where the border of water cooling ocing would be cause from what i have read 4500-4560 there is like a line in the sand that no one can cross without use of LN2, is it possible to go to 5gz on water? if yes can you use any board or is one board ” better” than the next from wht everyone talks about : word of mouth,phrasing; every board can go to 400bckl and so just get the 6400. (27×400=10800= ludacris i know) but then woulndt the be a better chance to spend 20$ more = better binned start with 32×156 and then reach 5000 at least or is there the just a barrier??
    c) yes theres more.. RAM why cant i get 3000 DDR4 ram why would it be better to stick with lower RAM like 2600 or 2666? if i bought 3000 down clocked and then got really tight timings @ 2666 than buying 2666 and just stick with the timings i have? does the XMP profile work at any more once flached or is that out the window too? is there a posibillity to OC it then set the RAM to 3000 or will it really just crash you system of you arnt on a certin “portionaly” frequecy to co-inside with the cpu, like 1333,2666,3999, cuase i like ocing my PC not my wallet. and is there any batter RAM i heard samsung how do i know which is samsung dosnet really say it on the package when i buy it,
    -a recommended Parts list would be nice before people end up with a board and CPU thinking well lets just flash it, – you got to think about poeple coming from ddr3 that dont quite so get it like ME , or stupide stuff where one site like THGuide recomnds low power Ram, where if we really want to oc a non-k other RAM might be nessarry.
    e) i had a Z77 MSI mpower and was disatifide and it broke on me on top of that, so i dont like MSI has there OC ablities imporved since then and there cooling of there “power convertes” where still crap any anybody esle any word on this?
    -i current have a Gigabyte and hate the software and options it came with, in a sence it has everything under the sun and works, but losses performance ttrying to manage all of it, also z87, so i really want to change preferbly to ASUS or ASrock as they seem to be pretty good up comers but on ASrock there are not just a little bit but alot of bad reviwes on newegg, im not sure in people only sign in to complain but alot of boards sound promising but whe 7 outta ten people say the usb3.1c dont work it really forms a pattern.
    -will evga board ever realease a bios?
    -and over best board recomended would be nice if some one could put up a community pol to vote on.
    -i really want to know if i can get a z170-a and be happy and get 4500 out of it or do i NEED the Rog Gene? cause it make a difference if half the stuff on the fancy board dosent work any way BUT OCing is a must!!! and its like a difference of getting everything now, or getting it next week, if ya feel me?
    final question ! is there a water cooler that reads Temps likefron the CPU/water the corsair H110igt/80gt or does it just read the temps from the mobo? and look fancy doing it ?

    • der8auer

      A lot of questions 😀 Will try to answer what I can.

      – All ASUS BIOS are non officia. I’m pretty sure they will keep it that way to avoid trouble with Intel.
      – I think they are still working on the temperature readout problem but not sure if they can fix it.
      – Only boards with external clock generator can go above 200 BCLK. So cheap boards will usually limit between 170 and 200 MHz. So in case you want to push really high you have to get a more expensive board ~ 160€+
      – Non-K CPUs seem to have trouble with higher memory clock and overclocking at the same time. Not sure why. But it also depends on the mainboard. Some boards can handle OC and 4000 MHz on the memory. But to be safe I recommend ~2600 MHz on the memory which seem to work in any case. Getting better memory just to lower the timings is probably not worth the money.
      – MSI has decent product quality. The only thing I don’t like is their limited support for loadline calibration on several boards. It’s pretty important and all other vendors support it. But apart from that – decent products.
      – I would not hope for EVGA
      – There are too many different boards out there and too many different needs from the user to give any good general recommendation
      – No you don’t need the RoG Gene. The Z170-A can handle 4500 MHz without any problems.
      – No clue about such a watercooler.

      • koffeeshop77

        thank you very much for taking the time to answer all my question, even i got tired typing them at the end, i bought a
        – Ex CRYORIG A40 Hybrid Liquid Cooler 240mm Radiator with additional Airflow Fan ,and the
        – ASUS Impact VIII with some
        – 16 gig tridentz 15- 3000 DDR4 (2×8) and
        -6400
        i guess ill just see how that goes , dont get anything free so my credit card is clearing from newegg and itll ship once all falls in place, im alittle worried about how much wattage im going to use as got a crap cosair PSU and thinking of a 650NOVA before i start so im not set up to fail from the getgo, i think ill just do some testing first and find out how it is with out oc and then with. post scores later.
        either way i think the Impackt is the best of both worlds as ill prolly down size later to a caller sized case, seems to be where every thing is heading seeing as all those stupide steam machine are coming out atleast i can say i built mine. holla at ya later keep up the good work bruh/.
        thanks again!

      • yong

        So cheap boards will usually limit between 170 and 200 MHz.

        does the cheap boards mean the board without external clock generator?

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  • George

    I’ve been reading up on this and from what I can gather the following CPU features will be disabled with a BCLK overclock:

    – Integrated Graphics
    – Turbo Boost Frequencies
    – C-States
    – AVX

    Is that a complete list? And does that apply to all boards / manufacturers? Out of that list only the C-States give me cause for concern. I wouldn’t want to lose the dynamic frequency scaling or standby functionality… how does that work in practice? Can a non-k overclocked CPU still go into Standby or clock down when idle?

    Thanks in advance!

  • LAMP

    if you’re having black screen when booting try removing everything in your usb ports except your keyboard and mouse also try downgrading (if you have an nvidia card ) to 358.91 this did the trick for me.

  • Hi,
    I tried 2.23 beta bios on ASRock page for Z170M Pro4S (which is not listed here) http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/Z170M%20Pro4S/?cat=Beta

    But after successful flash thru Instant Flash from USB drive, when it comes to 100 % and said “Computer will be restarted in few seconds”. After restart it won’t start. It beepes three error codes. One for bad CPU, next for bad RAM and last one for bad CMOS. :-/ They will send me new BIOS chip from ASRock.

  • lampaq

    Hello,

    I planing upgrade my pc too, before thinking about like most all people 6600k , but if non k cpus looks like very good oc like old times :) , so now for what need look attention.
    CPU 6500 or 6600 ? or no matter which.
    Motherboard thinking Asus Z170 A /PRO, or gigabyte gaming 5/7 (7 most of it design :) or didnt waste money for gaming 7 ? and if yes which mobo than ~160-180 USD will be perfectly.
    About Rams what I need to know ? Need to buy with higher frequency like 2600,2800 or enaught 2400.

    Thank you

    • der8auer

      go for the cheapest CPU. 6400, 6500 and 6600 will all reach about the same clock in the end. So the 6400 is the best option. All of them should do about 4.4 GHz.

      • lampaq

        Ok I got IT,but how about mobo and memory ? Seems with MSI are more trouble with flashing Bios when i read all threads about non k oc here. Memory if I understund corectly need with higher frequency like 2666 or more .

  • ShiverinEskimo

    I happened to order the i5-6500 and MSI Gaming 5 before this method was highlighted. Trying to overclock now, got the BIOS updated correct, setting everything as above having cleared CMOS and it just will not take. It’s as if the settings aren’t even being saved.

    When I leave the CPU untouched I can clock the RAM to 2666Mhz and the voltage to 1.325 (temps perfectly fine) but as soon as I touch the CPU multipliers or BCLK the mobo seems to just ignore everything. I’ve tried leaving the multipliers untouched and just upping the BCLK but I get nowhere – stuck at the stock 3200Mhz even though when I re-load the BIOS the settings are all as I’ve left them – overclocked.

    Can’t help feeling I’m missing something but I’m tearing my hair out.

    • ShiverinEskimo

      Issue sorted by using M5 firmware E7977IMS.16T as quoted on this site. I had installed E7984IMS.16T to mimic the screenshots. Downloaded E7984IMS.16T from another source that claimed it was compatible with the M5. Turns out it isn’t fully compatible.

      Running at 4.5Ghz smooth now.

  • Ray

    Are MSI listed here official ? If so where can I find them on MSI’s site?

  • Hardy

    bro,im MSI krait gaming z170a user

    i alredy update my BIOS to A.50 from MSI live Update 6 software

    my question is why i just can setting BLCK on 102.00 and ram around 2600 mhz?

    i try to set BLCK to 167.00 ring 27 ram 2600mhz voltage 1325 but alywas fail

    this MSI BIOS support real overclock non k cpu?

    my setup core i56400+krait gaming 170a+ram 2133(default clock) 16gb+psu venom rx 950(bronze certified)

    i need ur advice bro
    plis answer me :) thx!

    • der8auer

      did you use the BIOS from my website here? Sounds like the BIOS you used is still locked.

      • Hardy

        i can’t install BIOS z170a krait gaming from ur website

        becasue M-flash BIOS can’t detected BIOS file from this website

        maybe u have another advice bro?:)

        • Andy

          Hardy, try to flash over MSI HQ USB tool flash . You need flash your mobo direct over this method . After that, if you change the base clock from 100 to whatever, pc wont boot because THIS bios version is completely wrong and no one int this world who can succesfuly overclocked the Krait . :( … still waiting for something new

  • adrees

    is there a bios update for the msi h110m pro-vh

  • Mathew

    Do you have a update on the “Z170m Plus’ thx in advance :)

  • Jayea

    Hi, any chance for Gigabyte GA Z170MX Gaming 5?

  • Mauro

    Mmmh the ASUS Z170-P bios is only for ddr4 version.
    Nothing for Z170P-D3 …. unfortunately, what I have supposed has proved that to be correct.
    Well … i go to play frisbee with that :(

    • Yazon2006

      I’m very disappointed in Asus. I thought that Asus are so good as ASRock (they are both belongs to same Pegatron Corporation). But they are incredible different. ASRock made BIOSes for all motherboards and represented it on official site. Asus maybe afraid of confrontation with Intel. Whatever Asus sucks!

      • Andre

        I wouldnt go that far and just say Asus sucks, BUT I wish I would buy Asrock motherboard instead of Asus z170i pro gaming – still no non-k overclocking bios, i dont even know if it will be released …

  • Pablocs08

    Asus Z170-P D3 don’t unlock BCLK? website have this in last bios

    Z170-P D3 BIOS 0509
    Improve system stability.

  • george

    will oc work on an asus z170-p d3 and 6400?
    its the same bios as asus z170-p ?

    • Yazon2006

      I doubt that this motherboards has same BIOS. Of course you can try to flash this BIOS to your motherboard but I think that your with 99% chance your motherboard will say that it’s incompatible BIOS version and 1% change that you motherboard will bricked. But I have experience in flashing my BIOS chip in nearest service center. It costs 2,5 dollar in my country. You can try to download this BIOS in such way but it’s unbelievable risky to flash incompatible version of BIOS.

    • der8auer

      The correct BIOS for the ASUS Z170-P D3 is now online :)

  • Jim

    Is there any news about more bios coming?

  • Wends

    Any idea why m-flash on z170a-g43 plus doesn’t see non-k oc bios from pendrive? There’s no such problem with official bioses tho. I tried to flash it with all 3 official ones, and still encountered same problem. I’d really like to OC my i5 6400.

  • Hey der8auer,

    can you please give us ANY info on bios for Asus z170i pro gaming (mITX).
    Will Asus at least working on it?
    They wont release it at all ?
    anything !

    thanks, Sandi

  • ocUser

    I have ASUS Z170M-Plus motherboard. I was able to OC to 4480 MHz (BCLK 140) stable with 1.29 vcore. But when I set BCLK to 145, it doesn’t go to 4640 MHz, and is actually lower than 4480 Mhz. Anyone know why? I tried to set BCLK to 170 but never can go past 4550 MHZ. It this the max then?

    • ocUser

      Forgot to mention, this is for the i5-6500. When I set BCLK in motherboard to 145, it doesn’t say 4640 Mhz for the speed in BIOS, but rather lower speed than BCLK 140. When going higher BCLK, same thing, it can never go past 4550 or so MHZ even if I go up to BCLK 170. The speed in BIOS never gets past 4600 mhz.

    • David

      Mine sometimes does that just restart your pc and it should correct itself what sort of Temps are you getting in hwinfo for the cpu package? I’m getting a max of 72 but normally sits at between 65-66 at a claimed 1.375v at 140 blk which seems the voltage is quite a way off as my cooler is barly warm to the touch under prime95 load.

      • ocUser

        When using HWinfo, it will read temps with BCLK OC? I thought temps will read 100 c automatically. I did see the CPU temp in my ASUS 170M-PLUS in bios. But once I boot in windows, the temp monitors reads 100 c.

        So if I set BCLK to 145 it should be 4640 MHz once I restart? That’s great to know. Will try that.

        I think my i5-6500 I got may be able to handle 4.6 ghz since I was able to boot up with 142 BCLK @ 4544 ghz using 1.33 vcore.

        I am using corsair h100i gtx cooling.

    • ray

      Same thing happened with my ASUS Z170I Pro Gaming board. I also own a GIGABYTE Z170N-WIFI board so I can confirm my i5-6400 can run 4.5GHz (167*27) in Windows with an adequate voltage applied. But this ASUS board never even reads more than around 4.5GHz in BIOS as you mentioned. I think it’s just the ASUS BIOS thing.

  • Randy

    Is there going to be a bios update for Gigabyte GA-z170MX-G5?

  • Hi der8auer

    Any update on MSI Z170i Gaming Pro AC? Since there is a wide variety of ATX boards with the non-K overclocking capability and near none with mITX – are they lacking due to a missing external multiplier or is there another reason behind this?

    I genuinely hope for a reply,
    Thanks in advance

    • Bump

      Additionally as a Question:

      Does the BIOS read the CPU temps correctly, eventhough applications in Windows do not? As in, will BIOS provide adequate cooling by it self, ramping the PWN fans up, or does it not register any longer?

      Sincerely Rama

  • HakieS

    Any update for Gigabyte Z170MX-Gaming-5 ??

    Tks der8auer

  • Shiro

    Hi der8auer,
    Is Gigabyte GA-Z170-GAMING K3 supported for non-K OC?
    Thanks in advance.

  • HLoLipop

    Can upload the correct bios version for the MSI Z170A Pc Mate. Of course i can overclock the processor, but the voltage don’t change correctly.
    Thanks! :)

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  • Vlad

    When the BIOS appears on the ASUS Z170-PRO?

  • qihei

    HI!der8auer
    MSI Z170 Krait GAMING upgrade B5T, BCLK settings 101, restart the cycle

  • Raju

    IS there a Chance To Overclock Gigabyte B150 HD3(DDR4) with Intel i5 6500 ?

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  • Toby green

    Hi is there a non k bios oc for Asus z170 ar :)

  • mirosx

    Hello, Is there any chance to patch a bios for the ASUS Z170 PREMIUM?
    Thanks in advance.

  • Manu136

    Hi

    Asus Z170-K + CPU I5 6500 + 2×8 GB DDR4 KINGSTON Fury Hyper X CL14 (2133Mhz) 1.20v

    CPU overclock : 4.45Ghz
    Cpu Vcore : 1.30v

    DDR overclock : 2400 Mhz
    CL15-15-15-35
    Ram Voltage : 1.20v

    BCLK : 138.50

    AI Suite CPU Load : 50/52°C
    T° core : SpeedFan/Msi AfterBurner Bug=> 100°

  • Kem

    Hi der8auer, actually have my i5 6400 at 4104mhz 27×152 1.2volts with stock cooler. thanks a lot!

  • Hayden

    I have my i3 6100 running @ 121.8 bLCK which gives me an OC of 4.5Ghz on the core and the cache.

    I am unable to get vccsa volts on my board (Z170N Gaming 5 ITX), which i need to clock my ram.

    My ram is currently running 3600 16-16-16-36-2T but bluescreens in Windows.

    I have this same kit running on my Asus Gene and 6700K system @ 3866 12-12-12-28-1T, but need vccio and vccsa, but with the Z170N i can only set the vccio. Is that a limit of the itx board, or limit of clocking the i3?

    Im using biod F4d from Gigabytes Website.

    link here to OC (stable in desktop, unstable as soon as run benchmark like 3dmark11, hwbotprime etc.

    http://imgur.com/bkPgovh

    Cheers

  • Scottboy88

    Can you release an updated MSI z170a gaming m7 bios mine says not from MSI

  • Chris

    Hey der8auer

    I have the Gigabyte Z170 HD3 and the non k processor. I noticed on Gigabytes download page that version 5 of the Bios “updates CPU microcode” – Isn’t this what disables overclocking on these chips? Does the version listed here (version 6e) also update the microcode?

  • Mauro

    I’m happy to see my mobo ASUS Z170-P D3 in the list ;D
    BCLK 121.7 => i3-6100 @ 4503 Mhz and the cpu temp sensor work fine!
    Here the cpu-z screen http://valid.x86.fr/cst1xp
    Many thanks to der8auer !!!!

  • Dmitriy (Russia)

    Bios from Gigabyte z170 hd3 suitable to gigabyte z170 hd3 ddr3?

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  • George

    Update the bios for gigabyte z170 hd3 ddr3 please, gigabyte launched f5 stable

  • RodoMan

    What about c236?
    Like ASRock E3V5 Gaming/OC + Xeon 1230 v5

  • Hugh

    Hey guys,

    I am thinking on buying an i5 6500 and overclock him with an asus pro gaming.. If i buy the mobo, can i update the bios that is avaiable for download?

    Btw, what cooler do you recommend to do this?

    Thanks

  • unal bozkurt

    MSI H110M PRO-VH hack for 6600k cpu.

  • eliron82

    what about gigabyte z170mx gaming 5???????????????????????????

  • desert

    anyone have any luck finding a BIOS for a gigabyte GA-Z170X-Gaming 6? (or know of a BIOS i can use that won’t damage the hardware?)

  • Frank

    Hey, when asrock released the sky os i bought the asrock z170m pro4s right away. Due shipping problems i received when Intel put a stop tot sky os…

    Just found this site but nog my mobo on it, could you please add it?

    Greetings and keep up the good worm!

  • k2fg9

    I cant see GA-Z170N Gaming 5 non-k bios on the list

  • SApro

    Any chance with msi B150 M3 ? ^^’

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  • dicedistrict

    Any news for ASUS Z170-AR Non-K OC bios?

  • Tennyleaz

    Hi,
    Any chance for Gigabyte GA-Z170M-HERO BIOS?

  • Cipiripi

    Hello everyone. So I was looking for cheapest motherboard to buy that will allow me “non K OC” in my country it was this motherboard:
    GA-Z170M-D3H DDR3
    http://www.gigabyte.rs/products/page/mb/ga-z170m-d3h_ddr3rev_10

    On your website it says its supported:
    http://overclocking.guide/download/gigabyte-ga-z170m-d3h-non-k-oc-bios/

    My question is, can I overclock it with DDR3 1.5volts 1600mhz RAM? And should I buy i5 6400 or i5-6500 CPU? I know der8auer here wrote that you should get i5-6400 because its same chip and it will overclock same anyways. But Intel is saying that each chip has its own category and “quality” like silicon lottery. So on paper i5-6500 should be better overclocker than i5-6400?

    Please someone who knows let me know if I can use my old ddr3 1.5volts ram memory and if this motherboard is good, it has dual bios and all functionalities but I cannot find any review on English language on youtube or anything. And its 30$ cheaper in my country than any other motherboards out there, and i’m on really tight budget! *HALP* :(

    • der8auer

      Hey :) The Board linked on my page is not the DDR3 version. So you have to be careful buying the correct board :)
      You can get the i5-6400. It will overclock the same like the i5-6500. There is no difference but 6400 is cheaper.

      • Cipiripi

        Thank you for info, I bought completely another motherboard, based on reviews and price range in my country (Serbia)

        I bought “Z170M Mortar”
        https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170M-MORTAR.html

        And processor i5-6400.
        It arrived today and I was happy to see everything is working great on stock. Then after couple of hours of testing to see if everything is stable, I decided to play little bit with overclocking.

        I downloaded your bios listed above:
        http://overclocking.guide/download/msi-z170a-gaming-pro-non-k-oc-bios-5/
        And installed via M-Flash file”E7972IMS.A42″ Which you get after you extract file “7972_A42.zip”

        I am not sure what is another file “7972_C41.zip” for. As it didn’t even see it at all via M-Flash.
        After my bios update completed and PC restarted, I entered Bios again to see it is indeed updated bios.

        Now my problem is next:
        I tried to overclock CPU by setting VCORE to 1.300 and pushed bus to 130, just to see if it will work. What happened next kinda shocked me, it didn’t save my clocks at all! In bios it says 2.7Ghz and in windows too, in fact I went from 519 Cinebenchr15 score to 430~

        I don’t know why it doesn’t accept overclocking?
        I also disabled C-state, and put RAM mhz to be little below 2100Mhz.
        I have no clue whats wrong, I assume it has to do something with that another file on bios update, that wasn’t even detected, but I have no clue really.

        I am not new at overclocking, I overclocked my g3258 before this processor which I have been using. And there it never came to situation that it wouldn’t accept my clocks at all.

        Hopefully someone with more knowledge than me can help me in my situation :/

        • Cipiripi

          I also put mode to Expert / NOC, but still no help. It won’t overclock even a single MHZ!

          • Cipiripi

            I downloaded older bios from your site and tried 1.325vcore and 4000mhz overclock, ram 2400 and my pc wont post at all now, monitor dont turn on… I tried resetting cmos by unplugging from wall for 30min and removing cmos battery and hold power button for 30seconds too.. After I put back everything after 30min my pc still not posting help im writing this from phone now i dont have pc anymore :'((

          • der8auer

            If cmos reset doesnt work, remove the CPU from the socket and put it back in after a minute. This will also trigger a BIOS reset.

        • Cipiripi

          I tried to put ram into another slot, to unplug all cables from motherboard and to put them back in, to put off gpu and to try it on integrated processor gpu, to put gpu in another pci slot… To reset jump on motherboard, while CMOS was inside, to reset jumper on motherboard while cmos was out…
          Only thing I can try is to remove processor and to put it back on :/ if that doesn’t work something died. I think its motherboard, one thing i’ve noticed is that my front lights are not lighting UP but i can hear my hard drive doing a spinning….

          I only put 1,325 vcore voltage and it killed motherboard (?) i think this shouldn’t kill it, i hope it didn’t kill processor too or all pc…. :/ I saw people stable clock on this vcore… I will try removing processor and will post back what happened, hope it will fix it. If not i’m calling tomorrow place where i bought motherboard from, this is for RMA, basically i didn’t do nothing bad! I know oc is forbidden, but what can I do :d I am within the rules, its not that I put insane voltage or anything! ofc, I will not tell them i did any overclcoking or bios update at all, i will just say that i turn on my pc today it worked, and after turnining it on again couple of hours later it wont post up.. :/ dang it. And I was confused why it wouldn’t overclock at all…. It was probably motherboard fault this whole time I think (?) and i’ve noticed when I had prime testing cpu temperature was like 69 after 1 min on stock speeds, something really fishing going on here. I think I just got bad motherboard or bad processor (?)

          • Cipiripi

            it doesn’t work even after cpu out for 15 minutes and then back in… same black screen and no lights on in front panel, all coolers are spinning and even motherboard LED lights are on though. Bleh. I’m not sure if CPU or Motherboard died….

          • Cipiripi

            I will send motherboard for RMA, and I asked my money back. Now I spend yesterday whole day reading about motherboards and what would be best one for me that actually works.

            I found myself between:
            https://www.msi.com/Motherboard/Z170A-GAMING-M3.html

            I like this one because it has button where it puts clocks on processor on beyond stock, so your system can always boot, even if overclock goes wrong.

            https://www.asus.com/Motherboards/Z170-A/
            This one supports AMD CrossFire and NVIDIA SLI. And is also quite often bought by people. I saw on skylake overclocking it achieved 5,000Ghz on i7-6700K and holds #1 place.

            Didn’t see non K overclocked processors with either of them.
            So what would be best buy here? Asus cost 7$ more.

  • :) smily

    hello
    for now which mainboard is the best for bclk overclocking? (in stablitly, performance, etc…)
    and which board has the longest support of bios with bclk overclock ability? (just give me a est. thingy or your opinion)

    as you know asrock recently block bclk overclock in the latest bios (h170 hyper, z170 pro4,extreme, etc…..)
    so asrock isn’t be a good choice?

    i saw msi’s latest bios update in april didn’t block bclk overclock yet.
    so than msi is the best choice for now?

    but by my exprience asus(except chip boards)and gigabyte has better quality than msi and asrock…(but msi’s vga is pertty nice tho)

    could you recomend the best mother boards vender for me?
    msi cuz of latest bios with bclk over clocking?
    or asrock cuz it still advertise their bclk overclocking function even latest bios dosen’t support it anymore?
    or asus and gigabyte cuz of good build quality than others?

    p.s. Is there h170 mother boards with bclk overclock like asrock h170 pro4/hyper, h170 performance/hyper?
    p.s.2 i can’t receive registration confirm mail :(

    • der8auer

      From my sources only MSI will keep the non-K BIOS up to date. So from my point of view I can only recommend MSI :)

      I’m not sure if there is any specific model from MSI but I think they should all get the same support from MSI.
      From what I know, ASRock, Gigabyte and ASUS will not update the non-K BIOS for now.

      Maybe it’s because of the “:)” in front of your name :/ I can’t find your user in my user database either.

      • :) smily

        not just same with this name
        cuz wordpress not support smily emoji because it’s a symbol character so i can even use this name x(
        so i used ‘smily face’ for ID
        and confim email is still not even in the spam group :(
        anyway really appreciate for your help! :)
        and… i hope forum becoming more lively

      • :) smily

        and is there any msi h170 boards with bclk clock generator?
        i just want to know even i’m gonna buy z170 chipset board

        • der8auer

          No :/ It only works with Z170. But for example the Z170A-PRO works pretty well. I used it several times myself.

  • maxnos

    Need bios non-k for GA-Z170N Gaming 5. Help me pls

  • chen qing

    any chance for ESC z170iu-c43

  • john

    Is there Non-K OC bios for Asus H110M-K???

  • Any chance for Gigabyte B150M FD2V DDR3 ? I want to OC my i5 6400 .

  • Noverclock

    Nothing for the GA-Z170MX-Gaming 5?

  • Chef

    +1 for Gigabyte ITX non-K OC BIOS need! :)

    • Chef

      I noticed that Asus had actually the same external clock generator on all of his itx boards.
      Since I just want to use a pentium, a H110 or a B150 would fit perfectly. Is it possible, to get one of theese bios’s to work on them? Or making them leak out one that has the blck setting option?

  • Wtchr4

    Hi,der8auer.
    I can’t find Asus z170 sabertooth mark 1 non k bios.

  • Alex

    Hi.When will the bios for asus z170-ar?

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  • tom

    XEON can overclock at E3 KRAIT GAMING V5?

  • Steven

    Where can I find BIOS for Supermicro H170 or Z170 boards?

    I want to to try and boost my i5-6400, but the board has an old bios and I am not sure the one on the Supermicro site has the oc feature or not.

    If anyone knows where to find them, can you please post a link?

    I have 1.0c December BIOS and the whole Extra Performance Menu is missing.

    Help would be very appreciated.

  • I would know what is the best board for OC non K. Is true MSI still update non K OC bios? If yes what model you recommend? Thanks for all your hard work!

  • Max

    Hey everyone,

    so I recently upgraded to a Z170A Krait Gaming 3x from MSI and was able to achive a stable OC of 4.3 GHz at 1.225 Volt. Not too crazy, but I don’t have the best air cooler, so I didn’t want to take it any further for now.

    There is one issue that I would like to address though: While Windows boots fine and apparently does not care about the higher BCLK, Linux does care. And it does so in a very unpleasant way: I am not able to boot any Linux distro from USB, HDD or DVD, including Ubuntu, Fedora and Mint. All of them halt during boot while initializing ACPI switches (I think, I’ll try to get a screenshot up later) or at this stage: http://imgur.com/DQudsFe

    The only distribution that has booted successfully for me is Debian 8, which installs fine. Problem is that I do not want Debian for various reasons. Looking at Google, it looks like I’m not the only one with this issue either: https://www.phoronix.com/forums/forum/hardware/processors-memory/848450-bclk-overclocking-on-z170-skylake-chipsets-prevents-ubuntu-from-booting https://www.computerbase.de/forum/showthread.php?t=1608960

    My question is: Has anyone run a Linux Distro other than Debian 8 with a BLCK overclock? If so, how? Any comments would be highly appreciated :)

    Cheers

  • Vavil

    how to overclock intel i5 6400 ga-z170x gaming 5, a suitable bios

  • Marco

    Hello :) just want to hear if there was a non-k bios to ¨ASUS H110I-PLUS¨ or will be made cant find it.

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  • vidjiray

    and where bios for asus z170 pro?

  • Timo Mayer

    Hello

    is an update for MSI Bazooka B150 available ?

  • Benny

    Hey mich würde mal interessieren ob es ein oc bios für mein Gigabyte h110m s2hp gibt mit nem celeron 3900 is zwar nur mein ersatzrechner aber bischen arg schwächlich lg benny

  • silgiolo

    All listed motherboards very expensive! Any NOT expensive to overclock a G4400 ?

  • LuisLocoMaxy

    is this a good combo? is enought to make a oc? I don´t want a extreme oc, just a slight oc for gaming.

    Msi Z170A pc mate
    Msi armor Rx 470 4 gb
    i5 6500
    Coolermaster 212 evo
    2×4 gb viper elite series ddr4 2400 mhz
    evga 500w
    SSD pny 120 gb
    HDD 1 tb

  • juan carlos

    hay manera de hacer overclock en una placa base msi b150 A , a mi procesador intel i-5 6500?
    hay manera de desbloquear el reloj?

  • xxxEDGE

    For anyone wanting to overclock their non-k cpu with the Gigabyte Z170N Gaming 5 (GA-Z170N Gaming 5), here is a link where you can download the bios.

    https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/5t2dez/gigabyte_z170n_gaming_5_nonk_overclocking_bios/

  • Nick

    Hello eyelets for any pro VDH b150m msi bios amended to allow overclocking thanks

  • Andrew

    Hello, i need bios non-k for GA z170x-ud5 th. help me please

  • Pedro

    I didi manadge to overclock i7 6700 and gigabyte z170 gaming 3 but my cache speeds are horrible 250gb max where with f20 bios where close to 1tb

  • 2nico2

    hallo der8auer ich habe das
    Gigabyte GA-Z270-Gaming K3 und einen i7-7700K
    muss ich da auch ein biosupdate machen ich finde auch hierzu kein turitutal
    wäre nett wenn du mir ein rat geben könntest mfg

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  • Hey 8auer! Geile Page. Weisst du evtl. wann es ein non-k bios für das Gigabyte z170mx-gaming5 gibt? LG

  • Mohammad Bilal

    Can I oveclock my b250 m2v motherboard?

  • binhdt

    My MB is Asus Z170 Pro Gaming Aura, and i’ve Download “ASUS Z170 Pro Gaming Non-K OC BIOS”…..
    But when i try to Flash >>>> It says: “This is not a proper BIOS”, can anyone help me?

    i’m Using Core i7 6700 Non-K…. can i still OC it ??

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  • Kaedin Sargent

    Can I overclock my Gigabyte G1 Sniper z170? I don’t see any bios for it :(.

  • Amon Rickert

    Is there a bios update for the motherboard Z170X-Ultra Gaming from Gigabyte?

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