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KABY Updates

 

BIOS

http://picx.xfastest.com/nickshih/asrock/Z17MOCF721B.rar

 

AFD

http://picx.xfastest.com/nickshih/asrock/AFDSetup(v3.0.92.2).rar

 

 

 

ASRock Offical Website

ASRock > Z170M OC Formula

 

NEWEGG

ASRock Z170M Extreme4 LGA 1151 Intel Z170 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1 USB 3.0 Micro ATX Intel Motherboard - Newegg.com

 

TOOLZ

http://picx.xfastest.com/nickshih/asrock/Z170ocftool20160421.rar

 

BIOS

http://picx.xfastest.com/nickshih/asrock/Z17MOCF121B.rar

http://picx.xfastest.com/nickshih/asrock/Z17MOCF131.zip

 

Quick Tips (thanks for easier to read version gti)

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::Cold Bug Killer Settings

1.6 VCORE

1.4 VCCIO

1.4 VCCSA

1.65 CPU PLL Voltage

1.4 VCCPLL

2.22vColdBugKillerVolt

1.5 DMI Voltage

^These settings work for %90 of CPUs

IF you still have CB then raise VCCPLL to 1.5 then raise Cold Bug Killer Volt to 2.4.

 

Some CPUs need up to 1.8 DMI Voltage for any issues with PCIE Gen 3 but try lower first.

 

 

FIDINGS

::Setting RTL manually by hand is easy type in what you want.

B-die 4000mhz C12 tCWL9 try 49/50/6/6 or 50/50/7/6 or 50/51/7/7 or 51/51/8/7

 

 

Troubleshooting

::Post codes

00 Cold boot bug, needs warmer -Seems most around -100c to -120c for CBB

00 RTL failed -AC Off and Clear CMOS

00 CPU dead -Buy a new one

 

19 RTL/Mem failure -Try different RTL / timing or different vdimm or VCCSA

23 RTL/Mem failure -Try different RTL / timing or different vdimm or VCCSA

32 RTL/Mem failure -Try different RTL / timing or different vdimm or VCCSA

35 RTL/Mem failure -Try different RTL / timing or different vdimm or VCCSA

55 RTL/Mem failure -Try different RTL / timing or different vdimm or VCCSA

b2 RTL/Mem failure -Try different RTL / timing or different vdimm or VCCSA

 

78 RTL too tight or tRCD too tight on b-die -try looser memory or RTL

 

ab After saving settings in bios -Just wait will take up to 10 seconds sometimes

 

 

:: Dual Core Locked CPU Benching

-Use Micro Code 2D or 74 in CPU Settings page

-Boot BCLK as high as you can, you are limited by the amount you can raise in the OS

-Best option is to save a profile around 130 bclk and apply it and go back to bios. Then cool down cpu in bios and apply your higher voltage and bclk only dont touch anything that will cause a full cold boot. When it fails pull the 24 pin and warm up to you CBB setting then plug 24 pin back in and go into bios. Load your 130bclk profile again apply and go back into bios and pull cpu back down again.

Edited by Splave

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Nice Guide Allen :ws: :ws:

 

Now hopefully I've annoyed the Indo's ASRock distributor enough so they see my message asking to buy this stuff for review :P

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Wow, it really does exist !

 

I really do hate seeing "00" so much, start the board... 00 19 00 19 and so on. Scary stuff

Edited by GtiJason

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Wow, it really does exist !

 

I really do hate seeing "00" so much, start the board... 00 19 00 19 and so on. Scary stuff

 

With the dual core it's normal, get ready to start pulling the 24 pin all day :D

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Nice Guide Allen :ws: :ws:

 

Now hopefully I've annoyed the Indo's ASRock distributor enough so they see my message asking to buy this stuff for review :P

 

At least they selling Z170M OCF in limited quantity, i will buy it...

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Thank you Splave!

 

Guessing the 121B bios is made for ln2 action and supports non-K oc?

 

auto rules will switch it over to non K oc mode once you set over 103 bclk :D smart!

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Nice splave,look forward to see many people posting on this awesome new board

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Thanks! But does it have anything equal to pll termination on asus? It is crucial for some cpus...

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Loving mine so far, thanks for the guide Splave.

 

It's much easier for me vs normal OCF!

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Thanks! But does it have anything equal to pll termination on asus? It is crucial for some cpus...

 

It does, it's called cpu cold bug killer voltage in the Asrock bios and as Allen has stated start at around 2.2v and slowly work your way up until cb is non existent.

 

I had to adjust cpu vccpll along with the above for the i3 6300 the other night but once you get these volts dialed in it's smooth sailing after that.

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It does, it's called cpu cold bug killer voltage in the Asrock bios and as Allen has stated start at around 2.2v and slowly work your way up until cb is non existent.

 

I had to adjust cpu vccpll along with the above for the i3 6300 the other night but once you get these volts dialed in it's smooth sailing after that.

 

I think, judging the voltage on Allen guide, asrock vs asus should be:

 

1.65 CPU PLL Voltage -> PLL Termination on Asus

1.4 VCCPLL -> CPU Standby on Asus

2.22vColdBugKillerVolt -> Core PLL on Asus

 

BTW Some one can help me to have one LiL Yellow for me in EU Italy? I can't find any...

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I think, judging the voltage on Allen guide, asrock vs asus should be:

 

1.65 CPU PLL Voltage -> PLL Termination on Asus

1.4 VCCPLL -> CPU Standby on Asus

2.22vColdBugKillerVolt -> Core PLL on Asus

 

BTW Some one can help me to have one LiL Yellow for me in EU Italy? I can't find any...

 

anyone want to translate to gigabyte for me?

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I feel like I should be benching my Z170M more than I have, considering how hard it has been for a lot of guys to get one.

 

Why? You are not responsible for distribution and sales - you owe nothing to guys without MOCF :D

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big board doesnt have those voltages mate, MOCF is better than big one by far

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How do you manually set rtl and iol with this board. Its confusing me

its all initial rtl and then etc...

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I think, judging the voltage on Allen guide, asrock vs asus should be:

 

1.65 CPU PLL Voltage -> PLL Termination on Asus

1.4 VCCPLL -> CPU Standby on Asus

2.22vColdBugKillerVolt -> Core PLL on Asus

 

BTW Some one can help me to have one LiL Yellow for me in EU Italy? I can't find any...

 

No it's not.

I can make a table for ASUS/ASROCK/MSI if it's ok with Nick.

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MOCF is better than big one by far

 

I agree with above statement!

Having a little fun with emMa, OS is junk so please ignore my lack of efficiency 1.87bios / 1.94FD sys info / 1.92real 140mm AIO / Air

 

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