Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Boards, specific Master

Discussion in 'Die-hard Overclocking & Case Modifications' started by rogue221979, Nov 9, 2020.

  1. rogue221979

    rogue221979 Master Guru

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    Anyone using this board with the latest Bios and overclocking with it?

    If so, do you care to show what settings your using?

    I recently updated to the latest bios and cannot seem to hit 5ghz anymore with an i5 9600k. Before it was simple, cache set to 47, 1.355vcore, LLC set to turbo, everything else left at stock and she would boot up and test fine.

    After Bios F10I (I think) I'm lucky to get to 4.8, if I revert to an older bios its fine again. Just curious besides the Bios menu and a few renaming of items, what else has changed.
     
  2. rogue221979

    rogue221979 Master Guru

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    Managed to figure it out. I switched the vcore from manual setting to dynamic VID with a +0.010v. I also adjusted the vccio to 1.050v and system agent voltage to 1.200v set the load line calibration to normal, and drop the ring ratio to 45. Seems to be ok now and generally cooler, vcore was constant at 1.350. Now bounces betwen 1.000 and 1.385.
     
  3. darrenj

    darrenj Ancient Guru

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    I've got the Z490i Ultra
    Super Stable
    Clocked my i5 10600k to 5ghz stable with Intel Easy Tune. But was two warm even in a m-ITX water-cooled setup. Too high voltage I think. I had to drop it back to default. but God was it fast in F12019 benchmarks and 3D Marks
    I'll have to toy around with the voltage manually
     

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