Overclocking Z390

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  1. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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       #41

    huh....


    nope no silver. now that i think of it, that would be mixing metals
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    Interesting thing I noticed. After I took this thing all apart and and put in a new power supply, my LLC settings seemed to change. On the old PSU, with an LLC level of 6, CPU was at 1.252 under load and 1.261 normally. Now after I changed the PSU, I noticed that Max voltage is still 1.261 but LLC dropped the voltage to 1.217 under load.

    I cleared the CMOS and reset my settings and still the same thing. So I had to increase LLC to level 7 and reduce voltage a bit to get 1.243 under load and 1.261 max. Temps seem to be better. It's also hella hot bow in my room that they turned the heat on. ��
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       #43

    Hi,
    Not sure @doorules noticed you're using an all aluminum ek kit and posted about the silver coil
    What does ek say about it besides use cryocrap lol ?
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    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Not sure @doorules noticed you're using an all aluminum ek kit and posted about the silver coil
    What does ek say about it besides use cryocrap lol ?
    Everything written on the boxes in all caps says don't mix metals.
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    Hi,
    Yep
    Did the kit come with ek concentrate or was that what gunked up the pump ?

    Here's good example of why I said stay away from cryocrap it will clog a block quick lol
    Overclocking Z390-image.png
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  6. N00berG00ber's Avatar
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    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Yep
    Did the kit come with ek concentrate or was that what gunked up the pump ?

    Here's good example of why I said stay away from cryocrap it will clog a block quick lol
    Overclocking Z390-image.png
    Yup! This is exactly what was in my loop!

    I tore this loop apart 3-4 times flushing this garbage out! I thought it was all residue from the rads and tubes.

    The last time I cleaned it out it was free of this junk, but I guess the damage was already done.
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    Hi,
    Yep nasty stuff hard to get rid of
    Live and learn through hard knocks
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    ThrashZone said:
    Hi,
    Yep nasty stuff hard to get rid of
    Live and learn through hard knocks
    Yuppp owell. I'm throwing that stuff out
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  9. ThrashZone's Avatar
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    Hi,
    Yeah distilled water and drain every month or two might be the smartest way to deal with a very controversial subject not too many can agree on
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    U drain and month? I thought people got 6 months to a year.
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