Updating firmware on a v240


20-Mar-2019 19:18

As long as follow my guide you don’t have to worry about the missing core-temperature readout. After downloading, enter the BIOS and use Instant Flash to update to the Non-K Version: In the table below you can find the ASRock motherboards that support Non-K overclocking using the BIOSes listed below. the i3-6100 has a stock clock of 3700 MHz (100×37).

Compatible CPUs for non-K OC: All of the CPUs should easily reach 4400-4500 MHz and a high multiplier is not needed because you can compensate everything with the BCLK. 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. For example a BCLK of 120 will result in a core clock of 4440 MHz.

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Few days ago I published a short article about overclocking non-K CPUs.

Depending on the CPU you can increase the clock between 15-70 % without any problems.

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Maintaining updated Great Wall software prevents crashes and maximizes hardware and system performance.

In this quick guide I will explain the process of ASRock Z170 Non-K Overclocking.



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