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I need to dial in an OC on the new 9900k (sig is a lie right now) but just ran a few runs to compare the 9900k stock "out of the box" (on an Asus board so it has 'multi core enhancement' enabled by default' VS my old 6900k @ 4.5 gHz OC...

 

6900k @ 4.5 gHz best CB score: 1909

9900k @ stock (Asus 'stock'):       2047

 

Kind of feeling like the old rig has no purpose anymore. 😅


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Only thing left is tighting up memory timings for 24/7 usage and benching.

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4 hours ago, KingCry said:

Only thing left is tighting up memory timings for 24/7 usage and benching.

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I really feel like timings are way more important in R15 because it will cost about 50points to run my 3600kit at 3600and cl17 vs running it 3200and cl15

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5 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

I really feel like timings are way more important in R15 because it will cost about 50points to run my 3600kit at 3600and cl17 vs running it 3200and cl15

They are more important cl15 is faster than cl17. Jumper said this in the very first post for this massive thread 


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8 minutes ago, KingCry said:

They are more important cl15 is faster than cl17. Jumper said this in the very first post for this massive thread 

Yeah, if i read it again but before i thought it was the clockspeed not the timings

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6 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

Alright i got everything working and the gpu test was working as well and i really uped my score to 2318 :D

btw the gpu was boosting to about 2.1GHz

What board?


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6 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

Alright i got everythig working and the gpu test was working as well and i really uped my score to 2318 :D

btw the gpu was boosting to about 2.1GHz

I was wondering what your silicon score was in your uefi. Its weird because i tried overclocking mine to just 5ghz and i constantly get bluescreens. I have a z390 maximus xi code and an i9900k. Not sure why this happens ... also my silicon score was 98% and cooler rating 177

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4 minutes ago, Jun Ishiwata said:

I was wondering what your silicon score was in your uefi. Its weird because i tried overclocking mine to just 5ghz and i constantly get bluescreens. I have a z390 maximus xi code and an i9900k. Not sure why this happens ... also my silicon score was 98% and cooler rating 177

to be 100% honest that board is a 4 phase vrm set up. 


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Just now, Jun Ishiwata said:

Hey sorry , i'm really new to this .. what does that mean 😓

VRM, or Voltage Regulator Module, as its name would suggest, is the part that regulates the voltage for the most important components, such as CPUs and GPUs.


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Just now, KingCry said:

VRM, or Voltage Regulator Module, as its name would suggest, is the part that regulates the voltage for the most important components, such as CPUs and GPUs.

Does that mean the board isn't made to overclock?

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Just now, Jun Ishiwata said:

Does that mean the board isn't made to overclock?

Yes and No the 9900k is a serious CPU that is putting that boards VRM's at a very high temp which can lead to instability with overclocking. You might need more voltage and to play around with BIOS settings to find a good spot on that board for your cpu. It will need more voltage than other boards for z390. Also airflow over the vrm heatsinks will help with temps on it.


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1 minute ago, KingCry said:

Yes and No the 9900k is a serious CPU that is putting that boards VRM's at a very high temp which can lead to instability with overclocking. You might need more voltage and to play around with BIOS settings to find a good spot on that board for your cpu. It will need more voltage than other boards for z390. Also airflow over the vrm heatsinks will help with temps on it.

I see this makes sense ! I tried using the automatic settings for overclocking where the board checks the capabilities of your cpu and cooling and overclocks accordingly  but even then i got bluescreens. Quite weird. I'm fine with being at stock settings... i got a cinebench score of 2060 ish but it would be nice to get the full potential of the cpu. I wouldn't want to put it on the line by upping the voltages without having decent know how about it though.

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Broke my locked i7 8700 record results, in case any wanna compare how does the cheaper locked i7 8700 stacks up against overclocking the Ryzen 5 2600/2600X.

 

Things done were 102.98mhz BCLK overclock the highest it'd go before Intel Management Engine prevents booting, turned off all power limit features in BIOS OFF, cooling the 65w TDP chip is a modest Hyper 212X and memory went from the XMP of 3200mhz 16 18 18 38 up to nearly 3300mhz 16 17 17 37 after a quick tuning.

 

CPU voltage at full utilization caps at 1.29v.

 

Messing around enough to go from the usual stock multi core of 1334 points all the way up to 1415, with 192 single core... not bad at all, manages to keep up pace with the 1080 Ti for gaming just fine.

 

If the chart could be updated from the stock result to this latest tweaked result that'd be awesome.

 

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Now I should probably start playing around with the i9 when my brother lets me :P

 

Cheers.

 


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5 hours ago, Jun Ishiwata said:

I was wondering what your silicon score was in your uefi. Its weird because i tried overclocking mine to just 5ghz and i constantly get bluescreens. I have a z390 maximus xi code and an i9900k. Not sure why this happens ... also my silicon score was 98% and cooler rating 177

I have the same mb and cpu, just finished up getting OC tweaks to hit 99th on Timespy 1 gpu HoF. 

You may want to update the BIOS, the latest one does not have that silicon quality value at all. 

 

Anyway, 5.3 ghz at 1.375v and LLC level 7 are stable for me. I'll post up screenshots tomorrow but that got a cb score of about 2300 i believe.


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2 hours ago, Kalm_Traveler1 said:

I have the same mb and cpu, just finished up getting OC tweaks to hit 99th on Timespy 1 gpu HoF. 

You may want to update the BIOS, the latest one does not have that silicon quality value at all. 

 

Anyway, 5.3 ghz at 1.375v and LLC level 7 are stable for me. I'll post up screenshots tomorrow but that got a cb score of about 2300 i believe.

Thank you that would be very helpful !

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16 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

Alright i got everything working and the gpu test was working as well and i really uped my score to 2318 :D

Bought the best & latest hardware. Pushed it to 5,3GHz.

 

 

 

Plays Age of Empires

 

 

 

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5 hours ago, Tech Wizard said:

Bought the best & latest hardware. Pushed it to 5,3GHz.

 

 

 

Plays Age of Empires

 

 

 

My boy!

of course...

btw im running 5GHz  24/7

because it hit 99°C when running cinebench at 5.3 GHz

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15 hours ago, Jun Ishiwata said:

I was wondering what your silicon score was in your uefi. Its weird because i tried overclocking mine to just 5ghz and i constantly get bluescreens. I have a z390 maximus xi code and an i9900k. Not sure why this happens ... also my silicon score was 98% and cooler rating 177

tbh, I have no idea how to find out xD

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11 hours ago, Kalm_Traveler1 said:

I have the same mb and cpu, just finished up getting OC tweaks to hit 99th on Timespy 1 gpu HoF. 

You may want to update the BIOS, the latest one does not have that silicon quality value at all. 

 

Anyway, 5.3 ghz at 1.375v and LLC level 7 are stable for me. I'll post up screenshots tomorrow but that got a cb score of about 2300 i believe.

It took me 1.44v to get that, although i didnt mess around with LLC, how do you cool it?

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1 hour ago, Mephi00 said:

It took me 1.44v to get that, although i didnt mess around with LLC, how do you cool it?

Alphacool crossflow 420mm radiator with 3x Noctua iPPC NF-A14 2000rpm pwm fans. Define R6 case, 4 more of those fans as intake. 

 

LLC really helped, definitely look into it. I'm going to try dropping core voltage to see if i can get temps down a bit. 


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2 hours ago, Kalm_Traveler1 said:

Alphacool crossflow 420mm radiator with 3x Noctua iPPC NF-A14 2000rpm pwm fans. Define R6 case, 4 more of those fans as intake. 

 

LLC really helped, definitely look into it. I'm going to try dropping core voltage to see if i can get temps down a bit. 

Ther is no way im gonna do this for 24/7, because i cool this beast with a corsair h150i pro rgb

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7 hours ago, Mephi00 said:

MSI MEG Z390 ACE

Oh snap I was looking at that board, the taichi and the Aurorus Master. How is the bios on it?


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