Overclocking Z390

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  1. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #11

    I haven't seen that voltage. I'll check again
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  2. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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    So im not seeing that VCCIN voltage in bios or hwinfo.

    what kind of temps should i be expecting with this 9700k? im not use to 8 core CPUs and feel like im being over cautious on temps here....
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  3. Geneo's Avatar
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       #13

    N00berG00ber said:
    So im not seeing that VCCIN voltage in bios or hwinfo.
    You won't see VCCIN. That was a Haswell processor thing when the VRM was integrated in the chip.
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  4. ThrashZone's Avatar
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       #14

    Hi,
    Post a screen shot of the voltages hwinfo does show
    That one I posted was from skylake-x so not just a haswell thing.
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    Overclocking Z390-screenshot-5-.pngOverclocking Z390-screenshot-4-.pngOverclocking Z390-screenshot-3-.png
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  6. ThrashZone's Avatar
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    Hi,
    Yep nothing there
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    I do it for all the tj max crap......

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    N00berG00ber said:
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    Your VCCSA and especially your VCCIO seem exceptionally high for the memory clock speed you are running. These are typically 1.05v and 0.95v .
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       #18

    Hmm I thought it was high. But I liked what others had online for this CPU and mine matched. I'll lower it and see if it's stable.
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    Geneo said:
    Your VCCSA and especially your VCCIO seem exceptionally high for the memory clock speed you are running. These are typically 1.05v and 0.95v .
    So I input these voltages. It's still stable, seemed to help temps a little too.

    As far as PCH temps, this board is hurting 70C. Imo that's terribly high. Or an I just not use to this platform?
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    im going to tear my loop apart to clean it, but 1 hour into BF5 and im seeing temps hit 83C on all the cores. voltage hit a maximum of 1.305 usually around 1.252v when stressed. gpu temps are now rising as well. my GPU went from 49c to 58c with this new cpu in the loop. Is there a better fluid i can use besides regular distilled water?
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