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03-19-2019 03:38 PM
Worldwin Bios F12 is now out.
Tested it and it seems to claw back some of the performance lost from the spectre and meltdown patches. Frametimes in BF1 and overall cleaner with less spikes. Would recommend trying as I went from F7->F12.
03-04-2019 10:42 AM
HippoLOL Just an update on bios F12C I got a Windows crash in one game when it never use to crash ended up going back to bios F7. Will report back if that crashes too, but it should be fine.
02-27-2019 12:55 PM
Falkentyne
Quote: Originally Posted by HippoLOL View Post
I've not had any boot issues.

Test Prime 95 recent version using these:



I leave AVX on since an unstable overclock is quick to have a thread stop working.
obsolete version.
https://mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=24094
02-27-2019 08:17 AM
HippoLOL
Quote: Originally Posted by ScriptKiddie View Post
I am using this. O dont like it. Sometimes MEmu, Netflix W10 APP or some games do stuttering than i reset my pc, and pc cant boot. When i reset my bios setting everything is normal. Why do that, i dont know maybe my computer dont stable at this time.
I've not had any boot issues.

Test Prime 95 recent version using these:



I leave AVX on since an unstable overclock is quick to have a thread stop working.
02-20-2019 11:39 PM
ScriptKiddie
Quote: Originally Posted by HippoLOL View Post
Anyone tested newest Bios F12c with 8700K?

Released 2019/01/21

Update CPU microcode
Improved system performance and stability

Edit: Been using this bios since I made this post seems to work great.
I am using this. O dont like it. Sometimes MEmu, Netflix W10 APP or some games do stuttering than i reset my pc, and pc cant boot. When i reset my bios setting everything is normal. Why do that, i dont know maybe my computer dont stable at this time.
02-04-2019 02:59 PM
Rakanoth Edit: I am truly sorry. I confused the threads. I should have written this in Z390 thread.

Here are my settings for my 9900k:

https://vgy.me/W8jrl6.jpg
https://vgy.me/8hIYGM.jpg
https://vgy.me/MF2ZDt.jpg
https://vgy.me/8UE6qN.jpg
https://vgy.me/exDZlT.jpg
https://vgy.me/NDjKN5.jpg
https://vgy.me/nm3T48.jpg


It's stable at 5 GHz.

Here is my temperatures:
https://vgy.me/Jf8dsK.png

Ignore 80ish temps because they are the initial values when my x62 isn't running up at its full speed.
01-29-2019 11:37 PM
HippoLOL Anyone tested newest Bios F12c with 8700K?

Released 2019/01/21

Update CPU microcode
Improved system performance and stability

Edit: Been using this bios since I made this post seems to work great.
01-24-2019 08:23 PM
HaZarD SFD Adjusted Uncore to 44 Moved Freq to 4.8Ghz Adjusted AVX to -1. Locked the base clock to 100.00Mhz

With my Kraken x62 at full cooling and Prime95 on Small FFT. My cores sit about 75-80deg and my core is 71c.

Vcore is 1.284 - 1.344
VID 1.307 - 1.348
01-23-2019 06:42 PM
HaZarD SFD Kraken X62 AIO
01-23-2019 10:42 AM
ezveedub
Quote: Originally Posted by HaZarD SFD View Post
Followed the OP's settings. Running 66c with P95 on Large FFT. Small FFT Bumps up to 80-90c. What can I do to get the start temps down on small FFT with these settings?


Are you using same AIO as what you quoted in that post or custom water loop?


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