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BIOS

 

0030 Updated LN2 profiles for LCC and HCC CPUs. Added Vccin Tracker option under Tweaker's paradise, enabled means "phantom throttling" is on.

0026 Latest BIOS, based on official 0802. Supports Windows XP with Kaby Lake-X. No throttling due to Vccin.

0038 Supports Windows XP with Kaby Lake-X. No throttling due to Vccin.

 

Other collaterals

 

ROGConnectPlus 1.00.39 Supports over 16C

TurboV Core 1.02.02 Supports over 16C

R6OCPack0815 TurboV Core 1.01.24, MemTweakIt, ROG Connect Plus 1.00.38, OCPanel I/II firmware

R6A XOC Guide v1.1

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huge thanks for the thread Jon!

 

edit. i already solved the XP install issue. intel z270 ahci driver works flawless on the light grey intel sata ports. thanks to Dancop for the tip.

 

also one question according the DMI pin. basically its a hw solution for KBL-X only to lower the cold boot and PCI-E cold bug, and it should be used with RSVD1+2 enabled. without this mod i can use only RSVD1. is that correct?

 

cheers

Bala

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Basically if you want to bench 3D fullpot free CB, DMI pin is must (this pin allow you to change dmi voltage), unless your CPU can run fullpot at default DMI.

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Guest Wimpzilla

Hello,

Could you explain me please how this DMI pin mod work, there a the contact on the bottom of cpu to enhance DMI voltage?

I'm good at hardware but not much at extreme LN2 cooling and related cold bugs.

Thx.

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hey Jon, I have the original OC panel (white logo, OCpanel I) with firmware 0602 - it was last used on a z270 Apex. The firmware within the R6OCPack0815 is listed as "ocpanel2", but this also works on panel 1? and isn't a firmware update tool/module (.bin file?) needed?

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vrm The temperature is too high

 

 

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What is a good solution for vrm cooling?

 

 

从我的 iPhone å‘é€ï¼Œä½¿ç”¨ Tapatalk Pro

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vrm The temperature is too high

 

 

从我的 iPhone å‘é€ï¼Œä½¿ç”¨ Tapatalk Pro

 

What do you mean? How are the temperatures and how did you test?

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Rm cooling you have any good plan? The My 7900x plus water full of water, rm temperature over 105

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hey Jon, I have the original OC panel (white logo, OCpanel I) with firmware 0602 - it was last used on a z270 Apex. The firmware within the R6OCPack0815 is listed as "ocpanel2", but this also works on panel 1? and isn't a firmware update tool/module (.bin file?) needed?

 

Modify the bios not to remove the equipment, and then programmers brush into

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sub. Trying this board with MFR. I notice that some modules are not detected (doesnt matter if bdie mfr or edie).

well, they are detected in OS, but not from the ddr debug on Motherboard......if this happen, is impossible overclock the ddrs, because they works only at stock!

 

Edit: problem solved only by taking out the cpu and again back im to the socket.

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Rm cooling you have any good plan? The My 7900x plus water full of water, rm temperature over 105

 

buy a vrm block.

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This motherboard is my change of the three questions a little more

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