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04-02-2020 11:47 AM
lpittman
Quote: Originally Posted by GeneO View Post
I am considering it - however it would have to lift it up 2mm or more to fit and therefor the back panel will be misaligned and the video card will be sitting up and when tightened down could be a problem.
04-02-2020 10:52 AM
Gen.
Quote: Originally Posted by lpittman View Post
Little piece of info for people looking at the Fractal Meshify C & an Aorus Master - I had to remove the backplate from the board to properly mount it in this case. The backplate stands out farther than the case standoffs and if you were to tighten it down it would put a roughly 4mm bend in the board from top to bottom.
Interesting. I have H500P Mesh White and no such problems were observed
04-02-2020 10:17 AM
GeneO
Quote: Originally Posted by lpittman View Post
Little piece of info for people looking at the Fractal Meshify C & an Aorus Master - I had to remove the backplate from the board to properly mount it in this case. The backplate stands out farther than the case standoffs and if you were to tighten it down it would put a roughly 4mm bend in the board from top to bottom.
Are you going to get longer stand-offs?

https://www.moddiy.com/search.php?se...uery=stand+off

https://www.performance-pcs.com/cata...oard+stand+off
04-02-2020 10:12 AM
lpittman Little piece of info for people looking at the Fractal Meshify C & an Aorus Master - I had to remove the backplate from the board to properly mount it in this case. The backplate stands out farther than the case standoffs and if you were to tighten it down it would put a roughly 4mm bend in the board from top to bottom.
04-02-2020 09:32 AM
kgtuning Count me in.
04-02-2020 08:57 AM
Gen. Here are some screenshots
04-02-2020 07:41 AM
Deathtech00
Sweet!

Quote: Originally Posted by Driller au View Post
Check out my post on page 647 post 6463, i had gskill hynix CJR 3200mhz at 3600mhz in the end i had the DDRV at 1.41V the command rate is at 1 and that is on the modded F11b bios if i was using the later bios i had to have the CR at 2
Awesome. This dialed right in for me with no issues. interesting. If it makes any difference I am using an F10b version of the UEFI, and I was able to use just a hair less voltage @ 1.38, with the same SA/IO settings you had.
04-02-2020 06:06 AM
akelu I am running Z390 Aorus Master Bios F11c.

Few questions
1) Where can I find core current limit in bios (I remember used to set this to 255 amps) - also is this necessary?

2) Where can I find TJMAX in bios? Also, what is the default TJMAX for 9900k on this motherboard?

3) Should I just completely rely on VR VOUT IR35201? And just ignore whatever it says in bios when i set vcore? because what VR VOUT shows is the final result, that's all that matter?

4) Where is ring to core offset and do I still need to disable it as per gigabyte overclocking guide?

Thanks!
04-02-2020 04:45 AM
philhalo66 On my Z390 AORUS Pro the default settings is pushing nearly 1.5V into the CPU even with MCE turned off. i set everything to default and in prime95 the VCORE is pushing 1.48V that cannot be normal. manually setting 1.235V results in 1.178V in prime95 and P95 says hardware failure. Is there something wrong with my board or is gigabyte just pushing a ton of voltage for no reason? And what kind of voltage should the CPU be at? I tried to search and every single thread gave a wildly different answer, some 1.1v, other 1.4V im not overclocking so i just want to know what the actual stock intel voltage is. I never had this much trouble with anything before so im not sure whats up.
03-31-2020 11:48 PM
lpittman Hey everyone! First time posting here, and first time overclocking. Just saying hello and hoping for a little help and guidance through my project.

Aorus Master (F11c)
i9-9900k
4x8gb Team DDR4 4133 - TXKD416G4133HC18FDC01
Corsair AOI CPU Cooler
Samsung 970 Evo Plus 1TB
EVGA 750GS

CPU @ 5.1 / 4.8
Vcore 1.33
LLC Turbo
VCCIO 1.22
CPUSAV 1.22

Mem @ 4133
DRAMV 1.420
Timing 18-18-18-38-95 (stock)

CPU certainly seems stable so far although I haven't fully stress test or burned it in yet.

Memory is getting a few errors after 15 or so minutes running memtest86 (from USB).

I was thinking of just getting the memory running correctly at stock speeds before really pushing hard on the CPU, however it seems I'm struggling to make that happen already. Am I hitting a cache issue trying to run at 5.1/4.8?

I see a lot of comments throughout here about modded bios - but there doesn't seem to be a "go-to" - what is the point of the modded bioses? I have read many of the posts, but don't understand some of the terminology so it's hard to get my head around it. If I was going to start with one - what would be recommended?

The main question I have is - does it make more sense to work on memory frequency, or timing?

And finally - are there any general tips or thoughts that I should be considering while I'm getting started?

Cheers guys!

Luke
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