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#1066 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by nitrodragon 13.08.2019 00:48

Hello! I flashed successfully M10H onto my M9H with the provided bios link by @svarmod and am currently just waiting on a 9900k to test with so still have 7700k installed. Only issues I've ran into so far has been my first m.2 slot no longer detects my nvme drive (not the biggest deal as i have an adapter that works) as well my asus dgx sound card in my 3rd 1x pcie slot also no longer detects. Haven't tried other slots yet but planning to do that when i have the 9900k.

edit: Got 9900k working at 5GHz 1.28v stable

#1067 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by AndreyLepher 20.08.2019 02:02

guys i have an ROG-MAXIMUS-IX-FORMULA-ASUS Z270 motherboard can someone help me to make support 8086K ? whats instructions i have to proceed to make it work, thank you indeed guys

#1068 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by bebongbe 20.08.2019 21:48

@svarmod
Hello.
I need help. My system (Msi H170 GAMING M3 + CPU G4400)
I want to replace G4400 = 9400F. (you can edit the bios)
BIOS: http://download.msi.com/bos_exe/mb/7978vCC.zip

thank you @svarmod

cpu 9400f (U0)
https://3.pik.vn/20193eb6212a-fc32-4b00-...a99561bbd4e.jpg

#1069 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by bebongbe 24.08.2019 13:40

Zitat von bebongbe im Beitrag #1068
@svarmod
Hello.
I need help. My system (Msi H170 GAMING M3 + CPU G4400)
I want to replace G4400 = 9400F. (you can edit the bios)
BIOS: http://download.msi.com/bos_exe/mb/7978vCC.zip

thank you @svarmod

cpu 9400f (U0)
https://3.pik.vn/20193eb6212a-fc32-4b00-...a99561bbd4e.jpg

I figured it out better. And see MSI-h170-gaming m3 does not support 9400f cpu. Must change a new motherboard.
Thank for all

#1070 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by shixinyuan 29.08.2019 07:43

06EB,B0:i3 9350KF、i3 9350K、i3 9300、i3 9300T、i3 9100F、i3 9100、i3 9100T、i3 8350K、i3 8300、i3 8320、i3 8300T、i3 8100、i3 8100T、G5620、G5600、G5600F、G5500、G5500T、G5420、G5420T、G5400、G5400T、G4950、G4920、G4900、G4900T。


06EA,U0:i7 8086K、i7 8700k、i7 8700、i7 8700T、i5 9600、i5 9600T、i5 9500F、i5 9500、i5 9500T、i5 9400F、i5 9400、i5 9400T、i5 8600K、 i5 8600、i5 8600T、i5 8400、i5 8400T、i3 9100F、i3 8100、G5420、G5400、G5400T。


06EC,P0:i9 9900KF、i9 9900K、i7 9700KF、i7 9700K、i5 9600KF、i5 9600K、i5 9600KF、i5 9400F、i5 9400。


06ED,R0:i9 9900KF、i9 9900K、i9 9900、i9 9900T、i7 9700KF、i7 9700F、i7 9700、i7 9700T、i5 9600K、i5 9600KF、i5 9400F、i5 9400、i5 9400T。

#1071 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by shixinyuan 29.08.2019 07:46

@bebongbe Strong Brush MSI-h270-gaming M3,Supporting 9400F.

#1072 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by slvrsurfr 02.09.2019 20:11

hey, I came across a problem when trying to mod my Z170 Sabertooth S using the older bios version 2202 to enable 16 threads for my 9900KF. The ACPI tables (A M I, DptflTabl, DPTfSds, Ther_Sds, Ther_Rvp) are not compiling. I don't have this problem when using selecting option 2, which is to use an I7 9XXX. Any idea how to fix this?

#1073 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by GeForce_999 02.09.2019 20:38

I just learned today about possibility to run Coffee Lake on Z170 (and similar).

I have a ASUS Z170M-Plus with i3 6100, running BIOS 3805.
My Intel ME version is 11.0.0.1168. I luckily did not update it yet.
I want to get a new i5 9400f.

Using CoffeeTime 0.85a, which settings should I use?
Then, which tool can I use to flash the modded BIOS? Can I use the ASUS EzFlash?
Are there any recovery options in case this fails?

Thanks for helping this noob out!

#1074 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by svarmod 03.09.2019 00:42

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GeForce_999
Answered in discord.

slvrsurfr
3 options:
- Just select 1 and continue. Non patched tables not really important. Disable C-states in bios, and no any problems appears.
- Use Revlaay's tool for ACPI patching (he solved this problem), and add remaining mods in CT after.
- Use Revlaay's tool for all patches. I guess it should works fine too.
Besides, in CoffeeTime you need to select "i - insert all cfl-microcodes" variant during update, because 9900KF may use both revisions P0 and R0 (only P0 adding in autoupdate by default).

#1075 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by sheppard 05.09.2019 22:14

i would like to ask if this mod can allow me to use my qh8g on my Asus Prime H270 Plus

#1076 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by svarmod 05.09.2019 22:28

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sheppard
Unfortunately, Skylake ES can't work on 200-series boards at all.
It works only on 100-series boards with earlier bioses (w/o kaby support) and also on 2xxx bioses for ASUS (ES rev.Q0 only).

#1077 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by sheppard 06.09.2019 00:52

two questions: first is it possible to do a custom mod on my asus ? (i think no after what you saied) second is this motherboard compatible right out of the box ? https://www.amazon.it/Gigabyte-GA-H110M-...=gateway&sr=8-2


Thanks for your time

#1078 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by svarmod 06.09.2019 04:54

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sheppard
No, your ASUS H270 won't work with QH8G.
Gigabyte boards a bit capricious when it comes to Sky ES A0.
For GA-H110M-S2H you need to insert 506E0 microcode into F4 bios version and flash it. I don't know if board exactly will work, but this is the method.

#1079 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by sheppard 06.09.2019 13:14

Are compatible or already modified motherboards available?
How,Like I pay, I get the motherboard, I put the cpu and it works?

#1080 RE: [GUIDE] Coffee Lake CPUs on Skylake and Kaby Lake motherboards by Seal090 06.09.2019 18:20

I have issue with my mod. I bought my mainboard from the guy that he already mod success the board. But after I removed CPU to apply new thermal paste, I think that I had mess up mainboard pad. Now when I power with normal PSU, It can run but after about 1hour the power cable was melt down. So I replace with new cooler master which has protection with overpower, the system can't start when I power on. I think I need to isolate something on the mainboard CPU pad.

I use Gigabyte GA-H110M DS2 (DDR4) and Core i3 9100F (B0)(SRF7W). Does anyone has the illustration for this


Thank a lot

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