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What Motherboards Support Intel Skylake Non-K CPU overclocking?

What Motherboards Support Intel Skylake Non-K CPU overclocking?

What Motherboards Support Intel Skylake Non-K CPU overclocking?

What Motherboards Support Intel Skylake Non-K CPU overclocking?

 

One thing that we have been asked for ever since the whole Skylake Non-K Overclocking trend started has been to compile a list of all motherboards that currently support Non-K Overclocking. 

Thankfully the pro overclocker der8auer, the man behind the der8auer Skylake Delid-Die-Mate, has already made a list of all motherboard that are currently compatible and has even provided download links for the motherboards compatible BIOS files. 

 

  What Motherboards Support Intel Skylake Non-K CPU overclocking?

Right now here is the current list of compatible motherboards from ASUS, ASROCK and MSI

  

ASUS

- ASUS Maxumus VIII Extreme
- ASUS Maxumus VIII Hero
- ASUS Maxumus VIII Gene
- ASUS Maxumus VIII Impact
- ASUS Maxumus VIII Ranger
- ASUS Z170-A
- ASUS Z170 Deluxe
- ASUS Z170-E
- ASUS Z170-Pro Gaming

 

ASROCK

- ASROCK Z170 OC Formula
- ASROCK Z170 Extreme 3,4,4+,6,6+,7+
- ASROCK Z170 Gaming K4
- ASROCK Z170 Gaming K4D3
- ASROCK Z170 K6
- ASROCK Z170 K6+
- ASROCK Z170 Gaming ITXac
- ASROCK Z170A-X13.1
- ASROCK Z170M Extreme4
- ASROCK Z170M-ITXac

 

MSI


  • - Z170A XPOWER GAMING TITANIUM Edition E7968IMS.14U
    - Z170A GAMING M9 ACK E7966IMS.14T
    - Z170A GAMING M7 E7976IMS.19T
    - Z170A GAMING M5 E7977IMS.16T
    - Z170A-G45 GAMING E7977IMS.23T
    - Z170A GAMING M3 E7978IMS.A3T
    - Z170A GAMING PRO E7984IMS.16T
    - Z170A KRAIT GAMING E7984IMS.B5T
    - Z170I GAMING PRO AC E7980IMS.14T
    - Z170A TOMAHAWK / Z170A TOMAHAWK AC E7970IMS.33T
    - Z170M MORTAR E7972IMS.A2T
    - Z170A SLI PLUS E7998IMS.11T
    - Z170A-G43 PLUS E7970IMS.12T
    - Z170A PC MATE E7971IMS.A6T
    - Z170-A PRO E7971IMS.17T

 

 

BIOS files for these motherboards are available here

 

You can join the discussion on Intel Skylake Non-K Overclocking on the OC3D Forums

 

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21-12-2015, 19:10:30

NeverBackDown
Would be pretty cool for a budget build i3 system. I would overclock that, but since they were never meant to be overclocked, I wonder how far most of them would really go.Quote
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