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is i7 9700k z390 or z370?

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  GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS Ultra (IntelLGA1151/Z390)
  ASUS ROG Maximus XI Hero (Wi-Fi) Z390 Gaming Motherboard LGA1151
  MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC LGA1151
  EVGA Z370 FTW, LGA 1151, Intel Z370 Motherboard

 

 

well...you did say asap

 

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11 minutes ago, Avve1000 said:

as in title asap 

Well.... technically either would work, but the Z370 is incapable of supplying the power necessary for the 9700l to reach it's max potential.

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1 hour ago, Wh0_Am_1 said:

Well.... technically either would work, but the Z370 is incapable of supplying the power necessary for the 9700l to reach it's max potential.

It's not true. I run Z370 Aorus gaming 7 with 9700K @ 5 GHz just fine.

 

Used it for 2 months before I changed to Aorus Master and honestly, I don't notice any difference.

 

I kind of regret my decision actually. 

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On 12/26/2018 at 3:23 AM, d3adc3II said:

It's not true. I run Z370 Aorus gaming 7 with 9700K @ 5 GHz just fine.

 

Used it for 2 months before I changed to Aorus Master and honestly, I don't notice any difference.

 

I kind of regret my decision actually. 

i bought 9700k and maximus code and my programs say it runs at 4.9/5ghz

 

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On 12/26/2018 at 2:23 AM, d3adc3II said:

It's not true. I run Z370 Aorus gaming 7 with 9700K @ 5 GHz just fine.

 

Used it for 2 months before I changed to Aorus Master and honestly, I don't notice any difference.

 

I kind of regret my decision actually. 

Same here. i7 9700k running on ASRock Z370 Pro 4. Stable 5Ghz all core overclock. I was a bit worried myself about not having a Z390.

 

OP make sure you get the latest bios if you go Z370, so it supports 9th gen.

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52 minutes ago, Richard Webster said:

Same here. i7 9700k running on ASRock Z370 Pro 4. Stable 5Ghz all core overclock. I was a bit worried myself about not having a Z390.

 

OP make sure you get the latest bios if you go Z370, so it supports 9th gen.

boost clock is 4.9 right? now for some reason i get 4.6, does the update give me it all? checked a few days ago and it said 4.9. Cause the boost should be active when get it out of the box right? the multiplier is at 46 and not 49 as it should? 

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do i have to lock it on 49x100 cause its shifting between (8-49)

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15 minutes ago, Avve1000 said:

boost clock is 4.9 right? now for some reason i get 4.6, does the update give me it all? checked a few days ago and it said 4.9. Cause the boost should be active when get it out of the box right? the multiplier is at 46 and not 49 as it should? 

Yea, but you might need to increase the power settings on your CPU to get the full speed. This is a decent guide.

 

 

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z390 and still the 8700k...future proofing with core's...that cpu is still 8thrd...

That's still a better cpu...

 

If I ever get stability in CB with the 2600x...leave at 4.3 but the sucker freezing on me sometimes....

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8 hours ago, Richard Webster said:

Yea, but you might need to increase the power settings on your CPU to get the full speed. This is a decent guide.

 

 

Well that sounded difficult but its really just turning on "multicore enhancement"

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