Not sure why the 2nd link is not working. Your have to search for his site manually.
I think we'll just agree to disagree then, cause it seems like we agree that we want a .5ms timer, it's just we have different methods of getting there. Melody's notes for the Low Latency Software:By default the 2 delete values are not there and if you read the ms doc sheet on bcdedit your see them settings are for debug only.
And they was saying about hpet disabled in device manager! And in video he leaves it alone. If you want to play with setting do more research, I use Islc too and get what he wants in video by default. 0.5msThe BCDEdit /set command sets a boot entry option value in the Windows boot configuration data store (BCD) for Windows.docs.microsoft.com
Yet most of the tweaks are not needed in later versions. Most was for windows 7-8 Yet work on lastest versions like 10 and 11. I use 3-4 of these settings. Like the first 2 he comments on then the msi, and use the msi utility v3, then the drivers to memory and 1-2 othersBasic Tweaks that are good to know and don't interfere with power saving features and other stuff. For people who don't want to perform deep tweaking. Updated Jul 15 2020. Windows Firewall Warning. ESSENTIALS Disable 57-bits 5-level paging, also known as "Linear Address 57". Only 100% effective onsites.google.com
Ahh I see what you're saying, I was operating on old information and didn't look at the comments. Fair point!But as I said by default them values are not there, so by default windows has hpet off. In later versions of windows, the tick is not needed any more as the off set from windows as shown in his video is not there.
P.s look at the comments from his video ya see. Yet by default that vaule is no longer in the bcdedit file. So nothing to delete
As long as it's safe for your die, I would go to whatever voltage you can thermally handle. When I did 1.5v with no active cooling, the chips would get to 50c plus and would fail stress. Once I cooled it and kept them below 45c, I was able to go further. And then yeah, more than 3600Mhz I would go 1.25v VCCSA/IO, but you might find you can lower them. I was able to drop the VCCIO voltage once I had found stability.But if you could help me with some advice oc my memory, I have g.skill 3200, 4 stick, 2 different dies I belive, 16cl. I have kind of oc them but sure I have not done it correct.
Were would you start, increase dram voltage to say 1.4v and vccio vcssa to 1.25v. Set ram to 3600, and disable memory fastboot?
See what timings I get?
I was barely willing to go through the weeks of work for my memory. Sorry man I'm just not totally comfortable doing that, if you have specific questions I can try to help, but if I was you I'd go through that MemOC guide I linked on my previous post and work off of that. The mismatched DIMMS will, I believe, hold you back so maybe pick the better of the two pairs and work on them only.@kikng Hi sorry for the slow reply had a long bank holiday weekend in the UK.
I Was going to link my timings from the Asrock UI but it gives me a error now about driver can not be loaded, prob this windows 11 build and its very old now.
But I had voltage of dram at 1.4v set boot ram voltage to 1.4v set vccio etc to 1.25v then went form there best I can get is 18-20-20 % 3600. 16-18-18 being the default at 3200. So if your willing to help I can take screen shots of the bios.
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If you own Aida64 Extreme and can run the memory bench, you can track the performance differences through all your changes. Since the stock timings are already pretty loose, I don't know how much more you'll want to open them up, sacrificing memory latency. If you haven't already, work off of that guide I linked in my previous post.Hey guys, I am running a gigabyte z390m gaming with an 8700k @ 5.1 on my guest build and am trying to tweak it a bit for warzone. Its a t-topology board with only 2 dual rank 8-bit sticks 2 x 16gb hynix CJR C16 memory which I wanted to push it to 3800+ if possible, or even attempt 4000 at looser timings if that benefits me in games. Currently have vccio/vccsa only at 1.15/1.20v but assume I'll have to raise that a bit for stability, just not sure the best approach for a t-topology board even though it has decent VRMs as i cant find much info for intel setups like this, and obviously what this "old trusty" 8700k's IMC is capable of. It's a decent clocker though! 5.1ghz @ 1.35v load, 49 uncore, HT on 0avx
my ram info here https://www.reddit.com/r/overclocking/comments/kzlu87
Set the timings loose like from stock 3600 xmp @ 16-19-19-39 to 16-20-20 /17-21-21 for 3800 or 18-22-22 (4000?) etc and try to slowly up the speed @ 1.4-1.43v for CJR?
Will pushing uncore/ring too much affect my ram OC (currently 49 on an 8700k which I assume is pushing it a bit)? Also IO/SA Voltages to start with for 3800+? 1.2/1.25, 1.25/1.3?
Thank you all so much!
I know your post is pretty old but I had the same issue and thought it was my RTX 3080 card. Here is a long forum post where a chap investigated it and worked out it was an issue with the Gigabyte Z390 board playing poorly with CPU stepping in Windows Balanced plan. I just keep mine in High Performance now. No other option it seems.Do I really need to do that for every game I play? Here is an example of a Forza Horizon 5 benchmark with high performance plan vs balanced plan. I am just wondering whether I should update my BIOS to see if it solves anything. Currently on F8. I know there is a modded one on this forum but not really sure what it does or whether to trust it. I know staying on high performance is technically safe, but not as efficient as balanced. Just a weird issue and was wondering if anyone else was facing it. My BIOS settings are basically all stock, so unsure why it's not seemingly boosting properly and causing stutters.
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Which Z390 Gigabyte motherboard do you have? My Z390 Aorus Ultra has been absolutely fantastic and I've been overclocking it for three years without any issues. The board temparatures, especially VRM's are always very low, even when under intense loadings.This thread is for older gen Z390, i.e. 8xxx/9xxx processors, not Z690, which is 12xxx.
That said, my Gigabyte Z390 board turned me off Gigabyte for life, I would do everything possible to find an alternative.
Z390 Aorus Elite.Which Z390 Gigabyte motherboard do you have?