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74lobster
06-09-2021, 04:57 PM
Hi to everyone, this is my configuration:

- ROG Maximus XIII Hero with BETA bios ver. 0902
- Intel Core i9-11900K - Processor 3,5 GHz Tuboost: 5,1 GHz, 8 core, LGA1200
- G.Skill - DDR4-3600 F4-3600C16D-32GTZNC, Trident Z - 64 GB RAM
- Samsung MZ-V8P2T0B 980 PRO SSD Internal 2TB, PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2
- Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3070 GAMING OC - 8 GB

Which are the best bios settings to have the maximum performance and a good system stability ?

Thanks in advance.

Seth Anton
06-09-2021, 08:51 PM
i have almost the same PC configuration. After many tests i had the best performance with:

Ai Overclock tuner - XMP I
Intel Adaptive boost - Enabled
Asus Multicore Enhancement - Enabled - Removed all limits.

Bios: 0902 Beta
I guess you have a good liquid cpu cooler

74lobster
06-10-2021, 06:49 AM
i have almost the same PC configuration. After many tests i had the best performance with:

Ai Overclock tuner - XMP I
Intel Adaptive boost - Enabled
Asus Multicore Enhancement - Enabled - Removed all limits.

Bios: 0902 Beta
I guess you have a good liquid cpu cooler

Thanks a lot for the infos.

Zorlac01
06-10-2021, 01:24 PM
Thanks a lot for the infos.

you also may want to disable SPEED SHIFT in bios. It seems to hand off some control to the OS. In my case, with AI OC, I'd only get like 5.0 G across cores in certain Benchmarks, because the OS would downclock it. With it DISABLED, I'm a constant 5.1 all cores.

Seth Anton
06-11-2021, 04:03 PM
you also may want to disable SPEED SHIFT in bios. It seems to hand off some control to the OS. In my case, with AI OC, I'd only get like 5.0 G across cores in certain Benchmarks, because the OS would downclock it. With it DISABLED, I'm a constant 5.1 all cores.


By disabling "speed shift" is it going to affect v-core with higher voltages ?
thanks

DG_Trade
06-19-2021, 11:20 AM
I am brand new to forum and a rookie when it comes to overclocking and custom built computers. I have a similar build and am struggling to do a simple overclock. Is it appropriate to ask questions in this thread? Or should I be starting my own post?

Seth Anton
06-22-2021, 07:00 PM
I am brand new to forum and a rookie when it comes to overclocking and custom built computers. I have a similar build and am struggling to do a simple overclock. Is it appropriate to ask questions in this thread? Or should I be starting my own post?

had exactly the same question, never got any clear answer.
With the latest bios beta ( 0902) and Adaptive Boost Enabled + Multicore enhancement enabled - removed all limits you could have 5ghz to 5.1ghz to all cores.