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    10700k OC

    Actually i don't know , everything that i have tested - mostly games (BF1 - BF5 - Cyberpunk - Destiny 2 ) and bench (Prime95 , Cinebench, AIDA64) seems to working with no crashes...
    The only thing is when i enable AVX on prime95 i am getting BSOD...
    I have the M/B and CPU about a month or so...was planing to buy an 11700K but i think i keep my 10700k for now.
    Is there any wrong with my OC Bios Settings?

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    MotherboardASUS ROG STRIX Z590-E GAMING WIFI
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrkon View Post
    Actually i don't know , everything that i have tested - mostly games (BF1 - BF5 - Cyberpunk - Destiny 2 ) and bench (Prime95 , Cinebench, AIDA64) seems to working with no crashes...
    The only thing is when i enable AVX on prime95 i am getting BSOD...
    I have the M/B and CPU about a month or so...was planing to buy an 11700K but i think i keep my 10700k for now.
    Is there any wrong with my OC Bios Settings?
    I'm no expert on overclocking but my original setup was similar in that it ran the games I play without issue but it would crash on stress tests. You could set an AVX offset if you're unstable on AVX loads or up your VCore to make it stable at the frequency you have. Just be mindful of voltages and heat.

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    have totally redone my overclock
    so far have it totally stable @ 5GHz all cores
    1.320 Adaptive voltage +.005v and LLC 4

    have been stressing with Cinebench & Prime 95 with no errors or crashes.
    gaming with Cyberpunk 2077 reaching ~62°C, stressing ~75°.


    the only issue i've been having is that i can not get the c-states to properly function anymore...
    for some reason creating a new Power Plan in Windows was the only thing that would fix the c-state issue of being stuck at the highest state.
    existing plans would not function correctly no matter what Processor power management settings were in place. like all had defaulted to High Performance but could not be altered.
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    step by step overclock

    Can here any friend help me to overclocking intel 11700k step by step. to 5.0 GHz or 5.2GHz.

    My system configuration:
    -Intel Core 11700K
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    -CORSAIR iCUE H115i RGB PRO XT 280mm
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    I am thinking about purchasing Z590 because there are 16 USB 3.0 ports scattered around the motherboard and supported by three USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports as well as two M.2 slots. Just finished reading about this one https://techreviewteam.com/hardware/...for-i7-11700k/. It seems a good option as for me (I hope I'm not making a mistake). But here what Asus says about this product: "Updated power designs underpin the entire lineup, which is further enhanced with the latest connectivity options" - so I guess it's exactly what is needed.
    Last edited by mariopepper; 04-25-2021 at 07:36 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariopepper View Post
    I am thinking about purchasing Z590 because there are 16 USB 3.0 ports scattered around the motherboard and supported by three USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-A ports as well as two M.2 slots. It seems a good option as for me (I hope I'm not making a mistake)
    4x M.2 slots

    10x rear I\O USB ports, 2 of which are 2.0
    4x onboard USB headers, 2 of which are 2.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdixon0 View Post
    I'm no expert on overclocking but my original setup was similar in that it ran the games I play without issue but it would crash on stress tests. You could set an AVX offset if you're unstable on AVX loads or up your VCore to make it stable at the frequency you have. Just be mindful of voltages and heat.
    Auto AVX worked for me , tried with all AVX demanding tests on AIDA64 several times and it just downclocked my cpu about 300-600 MhZ depending the test...
    AVX is a power hungry feature that makes me wondering who is gonna use it on normal everyday activity even with gaming on an "consumer CPU" .
    IMO intel had to provide this as a separate module/card such as floating (math co processors) was back in the past or with a different SKU.

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    Same board,but with i9-10850K

    I thought that im having a strange "over-voltage" thing on this board.
    Hwinfo was showing around 1.200-1.250 V on Core VID and a little bit bigger on Vcore with everything on auto. The thermals were kinda high,which i blamed it on the AIO. But when i opened CPU-Z it was showing 1.507~.
    Also,only after changing the voltage to 1.275(which it supposed to run with no problems at 4800 fixed,just for testing)i noticed that in the prediction corner it was predicting around 1.455 for 4800 (non AVX),and for AVX it was around 1.6+. And yeah,1.275 didn't work and it was unable to boot. Everything below 1.375 (yeah,kinda too much) was ending in BSOD only by logging into windows.
    Today i tried to play with it a little,and for whatever reason able to work on 1.285. And prediction corner has changed. Click image for larger version. 

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    Now it shows like this. Strange. Feels like motherboard is really evolving with time. So the best thing i can say is : give it time,really. Nothing else to say.

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