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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 06-03-2020, 02:17 PM - Thread Starter
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Different questions about overclocking / Aorus Master z390 and 9900k

Hi,

I'm always trying to tweak stuff and get better results and temps and so I have a few questions


High vcore / Low LLC or Low Vcore High LLC?
I'm running at 1.24 with turbo LLC but I was advised to rise the vcore to lower LLC. During my test though, i have no overshoot with turbo.

ntel speed shift in bios
Does it has a big impact on temps, even at idle ? can this settings when enabled, can mess up an oc or a stress test?


max performance plan in windows
Same question ! I'm running on normal performance

C-state
Same question, i have those disabled for now

Fixed vcore or adaptive one?
I tried to set up a adaptive vcore but the results are not perfect for now, need more testing.
Tried different level of LLC, different offset but best I had was one hour stable on small occt before a WHEA error in HWINFO...


Thy
Aorus Master F11C bios.
I read some complains about this bios, should I roll back?

Cinebenchs
Does cinebench (both of it) need to run in real life process? I would like to be able to compare my results to others and i wanna be on the same page

VT-D
Does that settings has any impact on the OC, temps or stability?

screen below are my settings and temps after 2h of large occt .

I guess that's all that comes in my mind right now, thanks for your answers !
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Motherboard: Aorus Master Z390
Processor: i9 9900k - 5Ghz / 1.25vcore
GPU : RTX 2080 TI EVGA FTW3 ULTRA
Ram : 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z RGB / 3466Mhz
PSU: Corsair RMI 850 GOLD
Watercooling : Corsair H150i Pro RGB / LL 120 RGB
Case : Cooler Master H500M

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Hi,

I rran 2h of OCCT small without AVX


Are the temps ok or too high?


H500M case

H150i with LL 120 fans

9900k 5ghz all cores

1.26 vcore

cache 45

LLC turbo

Ambiant 26c


https://www.casimages.com/i/20061412010447472.png.html



Those are my temps after 2H of gaming on Call of duty online

https://www.casimages.com/i/200615124739344476.png.html

Those temps looks ok right?

I don't understand why occt runs so hot even WITHOUT AVX.

But I'm really confused

My vcore is quite low for that OC on all cores
My cooling is ok
ambiant are a bit high at my place yeah

So I really don't get why i have those temps on a stress test. i

f it was AVX that would seem normal but without avx it should indeed be lower.


Some people told me it's nothing to be concerned that those temps are ok
​Other that it's way to hot and that I should move to north pole


Thanks

Motherboard: Aorus Master Z390
Processor: i9 9900k - 5Ghz / 1.25vcore
GPU : RTX 2080 TI EVGA FTW3 ULTRA
Ram : 32GB G.SKILL Trident Z RGB / 3466Mhz
PSU: Corsair RMI 850 GOLD
Watercooling : Corsair H150i Pro RGB / LL 120 RGB
Case : Cooler Master H500M
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