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post #731 of 740 (permalink) Old 06-12-2019, 10:30 PM
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for some reason now when i restart pc it doesn't boot anymore to windows i have to press the red button on the mother board then i see the pc restarting then i can get back into windows what could be the issue ?
Make sure you have the boot drive you want listed in the bios as the first option.
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post #732 of 740 (permalink) Old 06-13-2019, 12:15 PM
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how come my fps in pubg is crappy now i dont understand why it's doing this i got 130 fps i use to get 220 same settings.

keep in mind i just reinstallled windows 10 pro and did all the update i think the new windows update 1903 is screwing me up

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post #733 of 740 (permalink) Old 06-14-2019, 05:50 AM
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This is what i am using now has a overclock let me know what you think but i don't see the boost hitting 5ghz when i playing


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post #734 of 740 (permalink) Old 07-22-2019, 11:14 AM
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Anyone here running a 9900k with this board ???? I have a weird upgrade path that I can transfer my 8700k to another Z370 board but I need this board for a 9900k .... I read that the VRMs might not be able to handle the load with an overclock to an 8 core CPU .... Just want to ask here before I pull the trigger
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The mobo has 8 phases @ 60A/phase. It can handle a 8 core just fine.
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The mobo has 8 phases @ 60A/phase. It can handle a 8 core just fine.
Do you know why someone above stated that they modded the board with an ek VRM heatsink ? I just want to know if I should be aiming for a z390 instead since I plan on overclock the 9900k
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Do you know why someone above stated that they modded the board with an ek VRM heatsink ? I just want to know if I should be aiming for a z390 instead since I plan on overclock the 9900k
Nope/. My guess is concerns over VRM temps.
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post #738 of 740 (permalink) Old 07-24-2019, 10:31 PM
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Anyone here running a 9900k with this board ???? I have a weird upgrade path that I can transfer my 8700k to another Z370 board but I need this board for a 9900k .... I read that the VRMs might not be able to handle the load with an overclock to an 8 core CPU .... Just want to ask here before I pull the trigger


As long as you replace the stock thermal pads on the VRM heatsInk with good 1.5mm ones, you should be good on the VRM temps. I had the Gaming 7 and stock, the VRMs run hot under stress load testing the CPU. The thermal pad replacement fixes this issue. As a FYI, the VRMs on the Gaming 7 AFAIK go to 130X before they throttle, which is higher than most mobo VRMs.


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CPU
i7 9700k
Motherboard
Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master
GPU
Nvidia GTX1080Ti
RAM
G.Skill SNIPER 12GB 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800)
RAM
G.Skill RGB DDR4-3200
Hard Drive
Kingston HyperX SSD
Optical Drive
LG WH10LS30 BD burner
Optical Drive
TSH663B DVD burner
Power Supply
Seasonic SSR-750PD Flagship Prime Series 750W Platinum
Cooling
EK-Supremacy EVO - Nickel
Cooling
XSPC RX360 radiator
Cooling
EK WB D-BAYD5 PWM reservoir
Case
CoolerMaster HAF 932
Operating System
Windows 10 Pro 64bit
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Acer GD235HZbid
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Ducky Mechanical
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Gigabyte Z370 AORUS Gaming 5
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Nvidia GTX 1070 FE
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G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series PC4 24000
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EK-FB GA Z270/Z370 GAMING Monoblock - Nickel
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Motherboard
Z270X-Gaming 9
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EVGA RTX2080 Ultra Gaming XC
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@shremi How do we change the pads on these vrm any way to can show me how to do this like a guide video or something ?
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@shremi How do we change the pads on these vrm any way to can show me how to do this like a guide video or something ?
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