When updating bios using asus update
* 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.
It is the first software your PC loads so that it can use things like CD drives, mice, and keyboards practically from the moment you turn it on.Nevertheless it is possible to extract any PCI ROM module and to replaced it by another version, because the entire mainboard BIOS file has a modular structure.Although the BIOS files are developed and published by the mainboard manufacturer, the inserted PCI ROM modules were made by the vendor of the related on-board Controller chips.Refer to the ‘supported model list’ to confirm your UEFI BIOS version.Double-click the ‘Update.exe’ file to launch the ‘BIOS updater for New 4th Gen Intel Core Processors’ tool.Now press and hold USB BIOS Flashback button/ROG Connect button/onboard BIOS FLBK/Reset button for three seconds until the LED begins to blink, then release.
Download the ‘BIOS updater for New 4th Gen Intel Core Processors’ and relevant BIOS file for your motherboard from ASUS official website at com/support.
However, for Skylake CPUs, BCLK and PCIe have a dedicated reference clock which always stays at 100 MHz – no matter how you change the BCLK.
In other words: You can push the BCLK without worrying about other components.
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.
This guide will help you flash (update) your BIOS by taking the right precautions and walking you through each step.