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post #4441 of 4645 (permalink) Old 09-14-2019, 07:33 AM
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That is a verifiied bug. Contact support.
Ok, I contacted to support. But how can they help? They can just say that it will be fixed sometime in future in a new bios version, am I right? Or there were some cases when they helped with this problem? Because there were described problems with memory in this thread and they still exist.
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post #4442 of 4645 (permalink) Old 09-14-2019, 08:25 AM
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Yes we are, and when then is something worth clocking (and there is), apart from RAM, roll all you want
RAM is important for CPU performance(look at CPU-Render):

First pic:3000CL15 XMP, single rank
Second: 3900CL15 tuned, dual rank

You had to push the CPU in best case to 5.6GHz if you wanted the same performance as in the second pic, if you only had the RAM of the first pic.
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HI guys, I will be a proud owner of the Gigabyte Aorus Master Z390. I have an old EK Supremacy CPU block that will fit my i9 9900k. I just want to know if it's better to get a monoblock to cool the VRMs too or it's useless?

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HI guys, I will be a proud owner of the Gigabyte Aorus Master Z390. I have an old EK Supremacy CPU block that will fit my i9 9900k. I just want to know if it's better to get a monoblock to cool the VRMs too or it's useless?
No point on a monoblock. VRMs under air are all under 50C even stress testing. You'd be better with just your EVO and VRMs stock.

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Is running 4x ram sticks more stable than 2x on this board?

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Is running 4x ram sticks more stable than 2x on this board?
Yes, Gigabyte Z390 boards use T-Topology and four DIMMs is better than two.

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Gigabyte Aorus Master Motherboard
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Oh, I just bought two sticks thinking less was better.

Will I be limited in overclocking?

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It will hold you back if you are going for a high ram oc,

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Linx 0.9.6 released

Config: Z390 AORUS MASTER, I9 9900K 5GHZ 1.31V LLC TURBO, HOF EXTREME OC 4GHZ CL16, CUSTOM LOOP 360x45mm 360x30mm, KFA2 EX OC 1080TI+WB BP HEATKILLER IV
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Oh, I just bought two sticks thinking less was better.

Will I be limited in overclocking?
My experience with B-die.

2x8GB had problems stabilizing at 3600 16-16-16-36, never mind tweaking subtimings, voltage didn't help scaling at all.
4x8GB easily posted at 4000 18-18-18-38, subtimings were easily tweaked, voltage helped scaling down timings.

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