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Since everyone's doing the same trick for unlocking the BCLK, the issues are universal.

 

I don't see the AVX performance getting fixed by Intel, but on the side of pozer management there might be some options by vendors that integrate additional 'processors' for thermal management on their products.

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WHERE IS non-K OC BIOS for my ASUS Z170-P D3, i can't find it?????

 

It's not available, not sure it will be.

 

do we have any chance to have bclk oc bios with XP ACPI support?

 

Hopefully.

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It's not available, not sure it will be.

 

Please , tell the people involved with it ... not to leave us out of this party.

After all it's the ONLY DDR3 Z170 from Asus.

 

Asrock did it , for their model and clients.

 

Asus should do it also.

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1. I wondering what bclk OC do with ddr4 memory?

2. I mean do you need downgrade it a bit?

3. Like 2133 to 20** something, 2400 to 23** something?

4. Do cheap ddr4 1.2v will be working fine?

5. If so is there a difference between i5 6400 with 27x and i5 6500 with 32x, for 4.5Hz you need 140 bclk and 167 bclk, how those 27 bclk would affect the memory?

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The memory works the same as the CPU. e.g. 100 BCLK and 21.33 Multiplier will result in 2133 MHz. If you increase the BCLK to 140 MHz it will result in 2986 MHz (140 x 21.33) if you don't lower the multi.

 

You can usually chose between these multis:

8.0

10.66

13.33

16.0

18.66

21.33

24.0

...

 

So if you want to run a BCLK of 140 MHz with 2133 Memory sticks you can use 16.0 which will result in 2240 MHz or 13.33 which will result in 1866 MHz.

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The memory works the same as the CPU. e.g. 100 BCLK and 21.33 Multiplier will result in 2133 MHz. If you increase the BCLK to 140 MHz it will result in 2986 MHz (140 x 21.33) if you don't lower the multi.

 

You can usually chose between these multis:

8.0

10.66

13.33

16.0

18.66

21.33

24.0

...

 

So if you want to run a BCLK of 140 MHz with 2133 Memory sticks you can use 16.0 which will result in 2240 MHz or 13.33 which will result in 1866 MHz.

Thank you for clearing the air.

0. And what about XPM profiles? Do they useless when you OC bclk? Like XPM ddr4 3000 would think your bclk 100? And to achieve that you need to make a totally custom profile?

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And since such big people here, please clear those things:

1. Could intel make a microcode update and via windows 10 update and close non-k OC?

2. And once you might have it, if you will roll back to win 8.1,or make clean Win 10 10240 that update will be gone?

3. Or once you caught it you are done, it will affect bios etc?

4. Or it just in hdd/ssd and wipe whole thing down and you good for OC?

5. I know you can disable Win10 updates, i just want to know with current Win10 builds+bios they can't close BCLK OC and force you to get microcode update, unless you want to, or if you did (by mistake), you just wipe whole system down, get clean install without this microcode update(basically just a small CPU driver?) and your OC safe and good? Please clear those fears and many people will sleep good)

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Added Hero Alpha & Formula, plus 0002 bioses which support Windows XP.

 

* Maximus VIII Ranger 0002

* Maximus VIII Hero 0002

* Maximus VIII Hero Alpha 0002

* Maximus VIII Gene 0002

* Maximus VIII Formula 0002

* Maximus VIII Extreme 0002

* Maximus VIII Impact 0002

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I'm sorry if this is a really dumb question but is it possible to create a bios to allow for a little more bclk for the locked i3's on the asus boards. I'm sure it obviously wouldn't be a priority but a beta bios to compete a little more in xtu would be awesome.

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