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Hi

i delid and make an direct die more of 1 month ago on my 9900K who is runing actualy at 5.2ghz - 1.27v or even 5.3 with more voltage but not stable....
i use AIDA64 Extreme to test stabitity.

I think is just because i dont put the right settings on the bios of my Asus Maximus XI Extreme (last bios 0602)... I have limited knowledge on overcloking. i make an mix of what i found on different youtube videos about this motherboard and this cpu...

(the memory : i dont know if it is right to do that but like you can see on the screenshot i put only 3200mhz with 1.40v to be sure i will get no issue from the memory when i oc my 9900K)

Can you provide me some advice to make better bios settings to OC at 5.3ghz ? some tests to follow ?

My setup :

- Intel i9 9900K
- Asus Maximus XI Extreme (Z390, last bios 0602)
- G.Skill 32GB DDR4 4x 8gb 4266MHz 17-18-18-38 @1.45volts (g.skill ref: F4-4266C17Q-32GTZR)
(the memory : i dont know if it is right to do that but like you can see on the screenshot i put only 3200mhz with 1.40v to be sure i will get no issue from the memory when i oc my 9900K)
- 1x NVMe Drive only (no sata or other hard drive)
- EVGA 2080 Ti
- sound card Asus ROG Xonar Phoebus
- Enermax 1200watts platinum
- Windows 10 pro fresh install/ all updates






















As stated previously dont use AIDA64 as a stability test use OCCT large data sets for a minimum of 1 hour followed by 1 hour minimum of Realbench, or use Prime 95 Version 26.6 (non AVX) Memory speed really doesn't make very much difference real world once you start going above 3200-3600Mhz, I would be more inclined to get your CPU core clock up as high as you can using stability tests mentioned whilst keeping temperatures at a reasonable level, each 100Mhz extra on your core clock will increase performance by about 2%

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