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Hi, this is the first time there. Starting with that I have a Pc build with: I5 6400, Rx480 4gb, 12gb ram, Z170 Asrock Fatal1ty K4, Silentstorm Icewind 630w, SSD and HDD. I have a custom BIOS to overclock my i5 6400 to 4.3ghz using BCLK. I want to get an i5 9600k (and overclock it), I already know riskes of vrm etc..but I really want to get a 9th intel working on my z170. I saw a video thst shows how to do phisically, but i am confused, do i have to solder pins and other? How I make a custom bios to avoid cores limits of z170 and other? Please help me, really appreciate. Is this guide working? https://forum.toms hw.it/thre ads/guida-cpu-coffee-lake-su-motherboard-skylake-o-kaby-lake.694023/ Or this better? https://www.wi n-rai d.com/t3987f16-TOOL-Easy-automated-Mod-tool-for-Coffee-Lake-bios.html And is updating bios to latest version and get a i7 7700k better than i5 9600k? Sorry for bad english..
I found posts with motherboard/bios updates for several manufacturers that support/enable non K skylake chip overclocking, my laptop is a Eluktronics P670RP6 (a rebranding of a clevo P670RP6) with a core i7 6700HQ and a GTX 1060. Does anyone have any tips or info to provide in how I would go about enabling BCLK settings or non K overclocking of this processor in my laptop? I'm familiar with software overclocking and some bios overclocking in the past once I get the settings enabled but not sure how to go about that. Any info would be greatly appreciated, thanks!