Originally Posted by youdo
Thank you I'll try this out but I find the Asrock BIOS messy.
Another problem is that BIOS update won't work. I tried to update and it was stuck at 0%, I had to shut down the computer. Fortunately, it was still working just fine. Apparently, other users have the same problem.
Most settings changed in this guide will resemble settings on your board even though Der8auerr was using a board from ASUS.
Also, unless you're trying to squeeze every last drop out of your processor all you virtually need to change is "Load Line Calibration" to one of the highest settings, though not the actual highest, set your desired frequency (i.e 4800MHz) and change your vcore (i.e 1.33v) until it is stable.
CPU: Intel Core i5-8600K - 5GHz (Delidded | vCore: 1.435v | Cache: 4800MHz) | GPU: MSI GTX 1080ti Armor OC [Core: 2100MHz | Memory: +600MHz | Voltage: 1.15 | XOC BIOS] | RAM: TEAM GROUP DARK PRO EDITION (8GB x 2 | Frequency: 3866MHz | Timings: 16-16-16-36 | vDIMM: 1.45v) | Motherboard: ASUS PRIME Z370-A | PSU: Seasonic PRIME ULTRA GOLD 1000W | CPU Block: EK Velocity | GPU Block: EK-FC1080 GTX Ti TF6 | Radiators: x2 HWLabs SR2 360MM | Pump / Res: EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 PWM | Fans: x6 Noctua NF-F12