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need help overclocking my 13700k since this is different from the 9th n 10th series before this i had a 10900k which was easy to overclock with voltage n llc n xmp profile n i had a msi board on my 10th gen. On my 137800k i have on a AORUS board n i see so many different settings i use xtu n some videos n got it to run Pcores to 54 all cores n Ecores to 44 all cores these are the settings i have on xtu n ran cinebench 23 for 30mis with no problems highest temp i saw on Pcores was 89c would love to have this tru bios n maybe lower temps pls help
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What do you actually want to do play PC games or production work.


SIMPLE BIOS SETTINGS anyone can try in a couple clicks in BIOS
Set XMP for Ram
Set + Offset mode sign
CPU Core Voltage Offset (0.050mV)This adds CPU voltage for stability and heat control. Recommend testing your CPU with values you want to use to hit high CPU Clocks and keep heat under control with stability.
Set performance core ratio by core usage to achieve 6100 Mhz P -core single on light loads 5600 Mhz P-core all core on heavy work loads
1-Core Ratio Limit - 61
2-Core Ratio Limit - 61
3-Core Ratio Limit - 60
4-Core Ratio Limit - 59
5-Core Ratio Limit - 58
6-Core Ratio Limit - 57
7-Core Ratio Limit - 56
8-Core Ratio Limit - 56
4400 Mhz E-core Sync all cores
4800 Mhz Ring

Temp 90°C
Single-2379
Multi- 32611


Reasonable PC Gaming clocks for less heat

SIMPLE BIOS SETTINGS anyone can try in a couple clicks in BIOS
Set XMP for Ram
Set - Offset mode sign
CPU Core Voltage Offset (0.050mV)This reduces CPU voltage for heat control. Recommend testing your CPU with values you want to use for all core CPU Clocks and keep heat under control with stability.

Set performance core ratio by core usage to achieve 5500Mhz P -core all core on heavy work loads,PC Gaming
1-Core Ratio Limit - 55
2-Core Ratio Limit - 55
3-Core Ratio Limit - 55
4-Core Ratio Limit - 55
5-Core Ratio Limit - 55
6-Core Ratio Limit - 55
7-Core Ratio Limit - 55
8-Core Ratio Limit - 55
4400 Mhz E-core Sync all cores
4800 Mhz Ring
 

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Discussion Starter · #3 · (Edited)
What do you actually want to do play PC games or production work.


SIMPLE BIOS SETTINGS anyone can try in a couple clicks in BIOS
Set XMP for Ram
Set + Offset mode sign
CPU Core Voltage Offset (0.050mV)This adds CPU voltage for stability and heat control. Recommend testing your CPU with values you want to use to hit high CPU Clocks and keep heat under control with stability.
Set performance core ratio by core usage to achieve 6100 Mhz P -core single on light loads 5600 Mhz P-core all core on heavy work loads
1-Core Ratio Limit - 61
2-Core Ratio Limit - 61
3-Core Ratio Limit - 60
4-Core Ratio Limit - 59
5-Core Ratio Limit - 58
6-Core Ratio Limit - 57
7-Core Ratio Limit - 56
8-Core Ratio Limit - 56
4400 Mhz E-core Sync all cores
4800 Mhz Ring

Temp 90°C
Single-2379
Multi- 32611


Reasonable PC Gaming clocks for less heat

SIMPLE BIOS SETTINGS anyone can try in a couple clicks in BIOS
Set XMP for Ram
Set - Offset mode sign
CPU Core Voltage Offset (0.050mV)This reduces CPU voltage for heat control. Recommend testing your CPU with values you want to use for all core CPU Clocks and keep heat under control with stability.

Set performance core ratio by core usage to achieve 5500Mhz P -core all core on heavy work loads,PC Gaming
1-Core Ratio Limit - 55
2-Core Ratio Limit - 55
3-Core Ratio Limit - 55
4-Core Ratio Limit - 55
5-Core Ratio Limit - 55
6-Core Ratio Limit - 55
7-Core Ratio Limit - 55
8-Core Ratio Limit - 55
4400 Mhz E-core Sync all cores
4800 Mhz Ring
Just gaming mainly n normal daily use but mainly gaming n also i have a AORUS board from gigabyte n what voltage n adaptive or override n about LLC?
 

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If you are just PC gaming with 3090Ti I am going to assume you play 4K. No FPS difference really from 5000Mhz to 6000Mhz

Here is the easiest way for you to do overclock.


Download BIOS F3g and use #6
Z790 AORUS ELITE (rev. 1.0) Support | Motherboard - GIGABYTE Global

  1. Checksum : A518
  2. Improve the linkage between Resizable and 4G above
  3. Fine-tune CPU Vcore/Temperature behavior
  4. Add DDR High Bandwidth and Low latency option
  5. Add CPU Biscuits feature
  6. Add "Instant 6GHz" profile in CPU upgrade option (supports i9-13900K/KF and i7-13700K/KF)
How to use #6 Video
 

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If you are just PC gaming with 3090Ti I am going to assume you play 4K. No FPS difference really from 5000Mhz to 6000Mhz

Here is the easiest way for you to do overclock.


Download BIOS F3g and use #6
Z790 AORUS ELITE (rev. 1.0) Support | Motherboard - GIGABYTE Global

  1. Checksum : A518
  2. Improve the linkage between Resizable and 4G above
  3. Fine-tune CPU Vcore/Temperature behavior
  4. Add DDR High Bandwidth and Low latency option
  5. Add CPU Biscuits feature
  6. Add "Instant 6GHz" profile in CPU upgrade option (supports i9-13900K/KF and i7-13700K/KF)
How to use #6 Video
no i am at 1440p for now no 4k monitor yet maybe later on in the future if i decide to get a rtx 4090 n i am trying to keep voltage n temps down
 

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Still 1440P CPU Clock is not a big deal in PC Gaming. The real only time where CPU clocks matter in PC Gaming is on low settings 720p/1080p and Ram will also come in to play at those settings.
If you are concerned about CPU voltage and temperatures and only PC Game.Set the motherboard to 125W and your done with low voltages and temperatures.
Or use the automatic overclocking software supplied by the newest BIOs and see how it goes.

EDIT:Test power limits to get what you want to achieve.You can check the limits with HWINFO64
PL1 Power Limit-125
PL2 Power Limit-225
 

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What do you actually want to do play PC games or production work.


SIMPLE BIOS SETTINGS anyone can try in a couple clicks in BIOS
Set XMP for Ram
Set + Offset mode sign
CPU Core Voltage Offset (0.050mV)This adds CPU voltage for stability and heat control. Recommend testing your CPU with values you want to use to hit high CPU Clocks and keep heat under control with stability.
Set performance core ratio by core usage to achieve 6100 Mhz P -core single on light loads 5600 Mhz P-core all core on heavy work loads
1-Core Ratio Limit - 61
2-Core Ratio Limit - 61
3-Core Ratio Limit - 60
4-Core Ratio Limit - 59
5-Core Ratio Limit - 58
6-Core Ratio Limit - 57
7-Core Ratio Limit - 56
8-Core Ratio Limit - 56
4400 Mhz E-core Sync all cores
4800 Mhz Ring

Temp 90°C
Single-2379
Multi- 32611


Reasonable PC Gaming clocks for less heat

SIMPLE BIOS SETTINGS anyone can try in a couple clicks in BIOS
Set XMP for Ram
Set - Offset mode sign
CPU Core Voltage Offset (0.050mV)This reduces CPU voltage for heat control. Recommend testing your CPU with values you want to use for all core CPU Clocks and keep heat under control with stability.

Set performance core ratio by core usage to achieve 5500Mhz P -core all core on heavy work loads,PC Gaming
1-Core Ratio Limit - 55
2-Core Ratio Limit - 55
3-Core Ratio Limit - 55
4-Core Ratio Limit - 55
5-Core Ratio Limit - 55
6-Core Ratio Limit - 55
7-Core Ratio Limit - 55
8-Core Ratio Limit - 55
4400 Mhz E-core Sync all cores
4800 Mhz Ring
what settings for voltage ? adative or override ? n llc setting i have aorus board
 

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This is for a Z690 but it should give you some pointers
 

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what settings for voltage ? adative or override ? n llc setting i have aorus board
You do not need to do anything.Auto settings.Just change these numbers until you get what you want.I gave you around 4 suggestions so far,up to you to try one,I have no clue what you want.
PL1 Power Limit-125
PL2 Power Limit-225
 

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Still 1440P CPU Clock is not a big deal in PC Gaming.
There is a caveat: if you use DLSS/FSR, then the actual resolution is lower and more cpu-dependant.

I would do a light oc and be done with it. Test in windows with XTU then set those values in bios, plus some PL and all good.
 

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You do not need to do anything.Auto settings.Just change these numbers until you get what you want.I gave you around 4 suggestions so far,up to you to try one,I have no clue what you want.
PL1 Power Limit-125
PL2 Power Limit-225
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Thank u very much n sorry for the trouble got it in Bios all Pcores to 54 n Ecores to 44 ring at 48 Adative voltage at 1.24 n -0.040 offset ran cinebench r23 for 30mins highest temp i saw was 87c i think thats is good thank u very much for ur tips
 

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I think it is good also,Good job.
yeah i try the one u gave me all Pcores at 55 but could not get it to work i think it needed higher vcore
 

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It is a good CPU for PC Gaming and the clocks you are running are fine . The Intel CPU's can run up to 115°C if set in BIOS ,so it is designed to run hot for lifetime of warranty,it is just your comfort level on what is too hot.I say enjoy the heck out of the CPU,you got three years warranty.
 

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I'm using adaptive voltage with a negative offset, core ratio of (58x2,57x4,56x6,55x8), 50 ring, and 43 e-core. I hit a wall going above 5800mhz. I had to increase the voltage substantially in order to pass geekbench 5 above 5800mhz and it really wasn't worth it for me. This is my gaming setup...

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Hey I bought a new 13700k too. I couldn't figure out why my core clock speeds (P-core 5.3 and E-core 4.2) are always constant in this processor. Can someone help me? How can I fix it? I don't want the core clock to go up when I'm not taking action.When I save in power mode, the core clock speeds drop.
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Hey I bought a new 13700k too. I couldn't figure out why my core clock speeds (P-core 5.3 and E-core 4.2) are always constant in this processor. Can someone help me? How can I fix it? I don't want the core clock to go up when I'm not taking action.When I save in power mode, the core clock speeds drop. View attachment 2585702
Which motherboard?
 

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Do you have adaptive mode and C-states enabled in your motherboard, and a balanced like power plan in windows?
My bios settings are as follows:

I don't have adaptive mode (I was using adaptive when I capture the video last night. Then I changed it and made everything auto), but I used a balanced power plan in windows. When I use it in power saver mode, the frequency is minimum 1100 to maximum 2500 for P-core; For e-core, it is in the range of minimum 900 to maximum 4200. There is a serious loss of performance. That's why I use it in balanced mode.
C-states is on Auto mode.
 
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