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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 02-01-2020, 11:51 AM - Thread Starter
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9700K + Aorus Z390 Elite Overclocking Issues

So, I finally bit the nail in creating a forum account. I have been trying to get a stable overclock of 5.0 with proper voltage and I give up trying to figure it out on my own. I'm completely new to overclocking, and have tons to learn.

I have a Z390 Aorus Elite W/9700K cooled by an EVGA 280 CLC.

Program used to Test:
- Prime95 - Small Test | With AVX | AVX Disabled

Temps: 69C-90C | Depending if AVX is enabled or disabled
Settings:

XMP Profile 1 was Disabled | Enabled for all settings.

Enhancement disabled for All test.

*F8/F10C Bio's Attempts*

Frequency - Auto
AVX - Auto
Voltage - 1.300
LLC - Turbo

Went fine!

Frequency - 50
AVX -1
Voltage - 1.300-1.330
LLC - Turbo

Result - Couldn't even post, had to reset my cmos for PC to post again!

Frequency - 50
AVX -1
Voltage - 1.350
LLC - Turbo

Result - BSOD immediately upon starting Prime95

Frequency - 50
AVX -1
Voltage - 1.360-1.400
LLC - Turbo

Result - Worker crashes/BSOD


I have no clue what could be going wrong, maybe I have a bad chip or motherboard. Hopefully one of you guys can help me out.

Thanks for reading

- Drew
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So, I finally bit the nail in creating a forum account. I have been trying to get a stable overclock of 5.0 with proper voltage and I give up trying to figure it out on my own. I'm completely new to overclocking, and have tons to learn.

I have a Z390 Aorus Elite W/9700K cooled by an EVGA 280 CLC.

Program used to Test:
- Prime95 - Small Test | With AVX | AVX Disabled

Temps: 69C-90C | Depending if AVX is enabled or disabled
Settings:

XMP Profile 1 was Disabled | Enabled for all settings.

Enhancement disabled for All test.

*F8/F10C Bio's Attempts*

Frequency - Auto
AVX - Auto
Voltage - 1.300
LLC - Turbo

Went fine!

Frequency - 50
AVX -1
Voltage - 1.300-1.330
LLC - Turbo

Result - Couldn't even post, had to reset my cmos for PC to post again!

Frequency - 50
AVX -1
Voltage - 1.350
LLC - Turbo

Result - BSOD immediately upon starting Prime95

Frequency - 50
AVX -1
Voltage - 1.360-1.400
LLC - Turbo

Result - Worker crashes/BSOD


I have no clue what could be going wrong, maybe I have a bad chip or motherboard. Hopefully one of you guys can help me out.

Thanks for reading

- Drew
Disable the AVX offset and then tests the worker crash/BSOD voltage test again. Using an AVX offset when you are already unstable does not help you.

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...t=explanations

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Disable the AVX offset and then tests the worker crash/BSOD voltage test again. Using an AVX offset when you are already unstable does not help you.

https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...t=explanations
Same result :/
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