According to one prominent member of the overclocking community, the VRM cooling on X299 motherboards isn't good enough to keep the boards stable -- and no overclocker should buy a board with just one 8-pin CPU power connector.
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Yesterday it was just experimental, today it's official: Locked Skylake processors can be overclocked with Asrock Z170 motherboards. You just need a BIOS update.
Asrock secretly launched its C232 BCLK overclocking motherboard and unveiled a new series of non-Z170 boards designed to overclock non-K CPUs.
If you follow PC technology news, you would have seen our news on how Supermicro had enabled overclocking for Skylake (Intel’s 6 th Generation) processors on non Z170 motherboards. This was a two fold increase in interest – not only...
EVGA released its new X99 FTW K board, which is targeted at the overclocking community. The motherboard has a number of attractive features, but the board specs really don’t support EVGA’s claim that the board is “Engineered for the...