* Note: To update your UEFI BIOS with the ‘BIOS updater for New 4th Gen Intel Core Processors’ tool you must boot your system with a current 4th generation Intel Core processor installed.
When the update is complete, you can replace the current processor with a new 4th generation Intel Core processor.
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If your rig fails to boot due to "Kernel Panic", reseat and test all RAM.
i was wondering if it's a bad idea to use the bios update using ai suite 2 through the internet?
it seems easier than doing the usb method but i don't want to try if it's a bad idea!
In this quick guide I will explain the process of ASUS Z170 Non-K Overclocking.
The non-K OC is really easy and can be done within few minutes.
If it isn’t, you’ll see the upper-right screenshot.
Since I have some experience regarding the extraction and replacement of PCI ROM modules, which are part of the mainboard BIOS, I decided to create and to publish step-by-step guides for the different AMI/Award/Phoenix BIOS structures.
Although these detailed instructions are mainly written for users, who want to update the Intel RAID ROM module of their mainboard BIOS, they basically can be used for the extraction and replacement of any other PCI ROM module too.
The non-K BIOS is skipping some parts of the power-management, so there are few things you have to keep in mind: For 24/7 overclocking and gaming you don’t have to worry about any of these points.
Pentium, i3 and i5 CPUs have a low power consumption which results in a low core temperature for 24/7.