Thanks for your replies !
So I started with the second option (300 khz / 1.30v / Turbo)
On idle I was at 1.293V for VR OUT :
However, as soon as I started Small FFTs I've got a blue screen.
I tried the other option (300 khz / 1.360v / High)
On idle 1.342V :
5-10 minutes of Small FFTs 1.213V :
I didn't hit the 100Â°C mark this time. However, one thread was never at 100%, not sure if this is normal.
Originally Posted by philhalo66
if its anything like my aorus pro was its massively overvolting. My 9900K runs stock 1.15V stable but my pro was pushing 1.48V for some reason at stock settings. I would manually type in 1.200V and set LLC to turbo and see if its stable, if not try 1.21V and try again. Keep trying till its stable.
Also check your VCCIO and System Agent voltage, my asus board was pushing 1.41V into the system agent for no reason at all. Im not sure what my aorus pro was feeding it but likely it was even higher. After dropping System Agent voltage to 1.2 and VCCIO to 1.15V i shaved off, not joking here 28C on load temps... so check to see what your VCCIO and System Agent voltages are.
Unfortunately it seems mine was not stable even at 1.30V according to the first test [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/frown.gif[/IMG]
VCCIO seems to be at 0.946V and VCCSA at 1.044V according to HWiNFO64 (that's the correct lines to check right?).
Should i change them now? I'm planning to activate xmp or overclock manually my ram after the CPU is stable, so i will probably have to change them later right?
Anyway thanks for your help everyone.
So i'm not sure if the records seems ok to you. Should i proceed to a longer "Small FFTs" or there is something fishy ?