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Hi all,
I am running a 11900K + Asus APEX XIII I am trying to find out what my preferred cores are,in bios, for example I have a * marked for cores 3 and 4 in the specific core menu in bios.
Is this telling me cores 3 and 4 are preferred, or is the preferred cores specified in another section of bios.

Thank you in advanced
Yes the * are the preferred cores.
 

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I got the new 4000 CL14 G.SKILL Royal Elite kit and overclocked just a little bit to see the potential.
It's air cooled and I haven't even removed the vinyl from ram cover, so the average of ram temp for TM5 is a little over 40C.
Anyway here I go.
  • CPU : 11900K
  • M/B : ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX (BIOS : 1007)
  • Memory : G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Elite Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) (F4-4000C14D-16GTEG)
  • Memory OC : 4800Mhz-17-17-17-28-265-1T (Gear 2)
  • Voltages (Bios) : RAM 1.550v / IO 1.050v / SA 1.35v / Mem OC IO 1.35v

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@bluebaron Auto will set some timings incorrectly/loose You can use Asrock Timing Config ver 4.0.9 to post timings if you want help setting them ASRock Z590 OC Formula
This is probably mode 2 training if loose terts. Try set twrwr_dg and trdrd_dg make sure those are both at 4, other than that it is up to you to tighten other tertiaries which is likely the issue here.
Hey everyone. Sorry for my super late response to these messages; forgot to log back in here and reply. I'm no longer using my single rank Bdie kit since I like the performance of my dual rank kit better, but I wanted to say that you guys were totally right with regard to your suspicions about tertiary timings. I followed your advice and read many of the posts in this thread, the 10900K overclocking thread, and the Intel memory overclocking thread, and they were very helpful in getting things configured correctly. I also found @Falkentyne 's Maximus 12 and 13 overclocking guides invaluable in figuring out my motherboard's settings and getting my CPU overclock dialed in. So it seems I came to the right place with my questions. Thanks to all :)
 

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dude those china ones are fine for rads, fittings and even gpu blocks to some extent

BUT never for cpu block. cpus have very small die area.
Bougth a ekwb verlocity block and the temp got 10c colder, if i knew i it would be so big difference i wouldt have bought the bykski block.
 

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I got the new 4000 CL14 G.SKILL Royal Elite kit and overclocked just a little bit to see the potential.
It's air cooled and I haven't even removed the vinyl from ram cover, so the average of ram temp for TM5 is a little over 40C.
Anyway here I go.
  • CPU : 11900K
  • M/B : ASUS ROG MAXIMUS XIII APEX (BIOS : 1007)
  • Memory : G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Elite Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) (F4-4000C14D-16GTEG)
  • Memory OC : 4800Mhz-17-17-17-28-265-1T (Gear 2)
  • Voltages (Bios) : RAM 1.550v / IO 1.050v / SA 1.35v / Mem OC IO 1.35v

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I am considering this kit. Have you tried 5066 c17?
 

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I am considering this kit. Have you tried 5066 c17?
5000-16-17-17-28-265-1T is possible, but I still got a couple of errors with 5066 c17.
Unfortunately, it seems like my 4000 CL15 kit is better than two 4000 CL14 kits I have bought,
but my 4000 CL15 kit was the best among more than 30 4000 CL15 kits I and my freinds bought.
 

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5000-16-17-17-28-265-1T is possible, but I still got a couple of errors with 5066 c17.
Unfortunately, it seems like my 4000 CL15 kit is better than two 4000 CL14 kits I have bought,
but my 4000 CL15 kit was the best among more than 30 4000 CL15 kits I and my freinds bought.
The 4000 CL14 kit was recently released, so it makes sense that some older 4000 C15 kits outperform it. Now the 4000 C14 kit is GSkill's top bin.

It will be interesting to see how this kit performs against my peasant Patriot 4400 C19 kits.
 
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The 4000 CL14 kit was recently released, so it makes sense that some older 4000 C15 kits outperform it. Now the 4000 C14 kit is GSkill's top bin.

It will be interesting to see how this kit performs against my peasant Patriot 4400 C19 kits.
. no. the bins are very diff.

theres no ram like ONE that rules it all
some better at specific latency
some better at high speed
some requires less cpu sa/io

dual ranks are easier on gear 1 compared to sr
and theres more options to overcome any wall
sr kits are pretty much yes or no.
 

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The 4000 CL14 kit was recently released, so it makes sense that some older 4000 C15 kits outperform it. Now the 4000 C14 kit is GSkill's top bin.

It will be interesting to see how this kit performs against my peasant Patriot 4400 C19 kits.
Y'all need to try binning for Competitive OC/HWBot type settings :D
I'm happy to provide subtimings/voltages for binning
 

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The dream has been done.
4000mhz 12-11-11 14 170 1t with 2x16GB of B-Die, all in Gear 1, with all cores enabled and no maxmem or crazy cooling.
1.225vcore (-75% droop setting), 1.65io aux, 1.725 sa, 1.96vdimm.
 

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Does anyone with 11900K/Z590 know if the CPU "attached" Nvme drive helps with asset streaming latency/hitching in games? Is anyone using the CPU attached M.2 slot for gaming?
 
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