not an expert but have a bunp, gl :D
Because it doesn’t support 8th or 9th gen cpus.
because you need a z370 motherboard
nop you can't
max cpu 7700k
I have a B460 AORUS motherboard and it works well
z3 series for 9th gen, z4 for 10th, and so on (except that z4 works for 11th too).
Intel chipsets ar only compatible with 2 gen of cpus.
Yours supports 6th and 7th gen. If you want to upgrade the cpu, you need a mobo with Z370 chipset. If you want a upgrade friendly platform, buy amd, I had a ryzen 3 1200, now a ryzen 7 3700x, planning to buy an 5900 or 5950x in the future, with the same mobo.
It wont, check Motherboard site (capable CPUs). Your peak is 7th Gen.
No it won't you need z370 or z390 motherboard. Why? Because Intel are greedy, that's why
Just pour some water om your PSU and you should be all good.
Intel® Socket 1151 for 7th/6th Generation Core-answer is NO
just buy a board that is 100% compatible with your cpu instead of risking it lol
motherboard needs to be upgraded, Chipset is the same but no hardware support for the i9-9000 series sadly
Can be done but not recommended, needs some haxors with the Z270 chipset and you should really know what you are doing
Involves physically shorting couple of pins/contact patches on the CPU and flashing a modified BIOS for your motherboard or using 3rd party tool to modify it. Also before all this you should research how decent the voltage regulation and cooling of your motherboard is for 9900K
However I understood that flashing new modified BIOS on ASUS boards is more difficult than some others, so probably involves even more steps in the case of your ASUS board
Short Answer: 300 series Intel boards minimum for 9900k
Shortest Answer: NO
I9 9900k needs some good voltage nad it gets hot pretty quick, you need a good mobo to handle that, I guess that even if you flash your old mobo, you can have some problems.
You'll need nh-d15 or good water pump, unless you already have them, I wouldn't udpate if you don't want to spend more money.