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08-16-2019 12:17 AM
Ziver I have a very odd problem ! Maybe you can help me . I can manage to get 5.1Ghz stable With 1.32v and temps are not going above 82c. But this is before change my rams :/ When im using Corsair 32GB 8x4 3200Mhz RGB Pro , everything good and stable with 5.1Ghz. But after change my rams to 8x4 Corsair Dominator RGB 3200mhz, i cant get stable at 5.1ghz. I tried diffrent vccsa and vcsıo voltage nothing change. But when try 2 stick again i can get 5.1GHz stable but tried 4 stick again i cant do 5.1ghz. Now i can do 1.288v 5.0ghz without problem.

Why i cant do it with 4 stick Dominator ?

9700K
Asus Maximus Hero Wifi Z390
Corsair H150i Pro
08-14-2019 11:38 AM
nezff havent overclocked my system, but just wondering if these settings were ok?

i5 9600k, Asus prime z390a motherboard, Corsair H100i plat cooler, 16gb Corsair ram

Turned Asus MCE disabled
CPU core ratio to "sync all cores" Cores were only hitting 4.3 under load. syncing them they are now at boost 4.6 across all cores
CPU voltage to adaptive. Here is what Im getting in cpuz. Under gaming load (BFV) im getting voltage of 1.208-1.217



08-12-2019 06:41 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by TMatzelle60 View Post
I have a question I am looking to Order the Z390 I Strix with the RTX 2080Ti Strix and the Asus Ryuo CPU cooler 240mm aio.

I am worried about the Asus software and it not working right so I can change my color scheme should I worry my software won't work with the above items
Aura will work with that hardware, no problem.
08-12-2019 01:59 PM
TMatzelle60 I have a question I am looking to Order the Z390 I Strix with the RTX 2080Ti Strix and the Asus Ryuo CPU cooler 240mm aio.

I am worried about the Asus software and it not working right so I can change my color scheme should I worry my software won't work with the above items
08-12-2019 10:02 AM
nezff Asus prime z390a motherboard, H100i plat cooler, i5 9600k.

UEFI bios: CPU core ratio is set to AUTO. Sync all cores? Im not overclocking, just wondering why I wouldnt sync.

The Asus multi core enhancement is set to AUTO. disable?

any advice would be greatly appreciated.

thanks in advance.
08-07-2019 03:19 AM
Shawnb99
Quote: Originally Posted by Jpmboy View Post
okay, I see the point of confusion... you will be using a single GPU in PCIEx16_1, this will run at x16 whether you use the DIMM.2 slot or not. Slot 2 (PCIEx16_2) would be x8 with DIMM.2 populated - this is according to the manual as you say. So, bottom line - with 1 GPU, slot 1 is x16 no matter what you do with the DIMM.2 slots.

Manuals do have mistakes now and then - ASUS will correct the online version if the mistake is verified.
I'm running 2 TXps on my z370 APEX - both cards are at x8 with DIMM.2 and an Intel 700 in the x4 slot.


The Dimm.2 slot should be using the PCH lanes. The manual is wrong. I know because I have 2 drives in the slot and am using 2 more drives on my Hyper M.2 card which shouldn’t be possible if the Dimm was using the PCIE lanes.
The GPU takes up 8 lanes leaving me with 4x4 lanes. As each drive on the Hyper M.2 is using each of the x4 lanes that leaves nothing for the Dimm slot hence it must use the PCH lanes.
08-06-2019 10:14 PM
BrunoOC Try setting the Power profile to High Performance, in Windows.
08-06-2019 05:47 PM
tartmann I'm going to guess it's hitting the stock power limit. MCE usually increases the power limits and durations of them.
08-06-2019 05:46 PM
Jpmboy
Quote: Originally Posted by dboythagr8 View Post
Ran it again, this time with voltage upped to 1.4 Still doing it. Check the image. Do I potentially have a faulty board? It shouldn't be doing this with the settings I have enabled, including the ones that are supposed to prevent throttling.
I doubt it's a faulty board. More likely a power limit setting in Bios working with Windows 10 P-states. POst up a text file with the bios settings. (bios, ASUS profile page, USB stick in any port, alt-F2 should drop a txt file to the USB stick.)
08-06-2019 05:40 PM
dboythagr8 Ran it again, this time with voltage upped to 1.4 Still doing it. Check the image. Do I potentially have a faulty board? It shouldn't be doing this with the settings I have enabled, including the ones that are supposed to prevent throttling.
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