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    New ROGer Array Jemsaal PC Specs
    Jemsaal PC Specs
    MotherboardMaximus XI Formula
    ProcessorI9 9900k
    Memory (part number)4x16 Corsair Dominator DDR 4 3200
    Graphics Card #1RTX 2080 (MSI Gaming Trio)
    Storage #1Samsung 970 M.2 1T
    CPU CoolerEKWB Waterloop: 560mm Rad (4 -140mm fans)
    CaseThermalTake 900
    Power SupplyCorsair HX 850
    Keyboard GSkill RipJaws KM570 (Cherry MX Red Switches)
    OS Win 10
    Accessory #1 Soon: EKWB Pump and Second Loop-GPU
    Accessory #2 Soon: 3rd Pump and Loop: VRMs and Memory
    Accessory #3 Kingwin Media Dashboard

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    Jul 2019

    Sudden 20 degree jump in 1 core temp after BIOS Update?


    In the Maximus XI thread, I have documented my woes and laid them beside several others while. After upgrading to the latest BIOS and then downgrading when it proved unstable, I'm now finding one core running 20 degrees hotter than other cores. I even had a thermal warning and shutdown right after booting at one point (And, I am on water with a separate flow meter that shows normal flow and water temps).

    Does anyone have a theory why one core would suddenly spike 20+ degrees C? My fear is the core somehow got hit with overvoltage when BIOS 1105 was giving volts .1 of a volt too low (checked with multimeter). I even restored everything to original settings and I'm still getting the reading.

    4x16 Dominator RAM
    MSI Trio 2080 (non TI)
    Water loop shared with VRM.

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