under your dvd drive area is your area to put a m.2 slot to fit yourself a ssd, personally don't think its worth putting in a K model cpu as the pc won't overclock, mainly down to the poor design cpu coolier. but great pics dude
The i7-6700K was lying around and interested if the G2O could manage this CPU i installed it.Rather surprised that it is running as cool as it does with this CPU and to the bonus it even got a little bit faster without overclocking.(And have a nice day Welsh Whoopee). 🙂
LOL ... Stress tested the updated G20CB with Asus Real Benchmark test for one hour when i was curious over its updated behavior with the CPU parked at 100% all the test time, and it didnt burn up.Happy about that it was cleared from any blue screens or breakdowns but will probably dont run a nasty software like this again on my nice little ROG G20CB who now is cooling down after this brave battle.In the same time i think its amazing that this small and closed G20 box could manage to do this GREAT work.
I bought a new ASUS ROG G20CB-DB71-GTX1070 with a i7-6700K 3.4Ghz CPU. I am having some bottenecking emulators and I'd like to upgrade the CPU. I have upgraded the BIOS from build date 2016 to the current build in 2018 - version 2202 and the Intel Chipset Driver V10.1.1.13 built on 2016/12/08
I've read on forums here and there that an updated BIOS will enable this motherboard to accept 7th gen Intel CPU. I'd like to drop in an i7-7700K 4.2GHz.