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    2022 z690 Apex bios 0006
    13900k Arctic 420 AIO
    v color 7200 A die (no cooling or fan on ram for this testing)


    Just some quick testing, this is the best so far for me with these A die. Other bioses it was difficult booting 7200 or lower and wouldnt run y cruncher or Karhu/memest.


    0006 boots and is stable with 7200 XMP 1 and also with the "7600 preset timings" settings at 7200.


    Also 7400 ran y cruncher with same settings for timings and voltages.


    Didnt test with M die yet.

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    Wow, Z690 Apex BIOS is perfected already, really great on my board too! Thanks @Shamino!

    V-Color Manta RGB 6400 C32 running DDR5-7000 memtest, memory on air!
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    Generic Hynix A-Die running Geekbench 3 at DDR5-7733 32-43-43 Very Tight also!
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    Z690 APEX

    13700K @ 5.6 / 4.2 all core 1.33v

    uncore 4.5

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    Samsung C36 6000 @ 6400 1T no tuning required. IMC much stronger on 13th gen

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    Thanks for this new 702 Test BIOS @Shamino. XMP works out of the box now without any errors in RAM tests.

    But there seems to be a bug with "thermal throttling". I'm completely on default settings for now (13900K + Z790 Hero) and when I run Cinebench for example, HWInfo shows "thermal throttling" for P-Cores, clock also goes down to 5,2GHz.

    I'm running a custom water loop with external radiator, cores seem to throttle "early" when going above 80°C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MovedPermanently View Post
    Thanks for this new 702 Test BIOS @Shamino. XMP works out of the box now without any errors in RAM tests.

    But there seems to be a bug with "thermal throttling". I'm completely on default settings for now (13900K + Z790 Hero) and when I run Cinebench for example, HWInfo shows "thermal throttling" for P-Cores, clock also goes down to 5,2GHz.

    I'm running a custom water loop with external radiator, cores seem to throttle "early" when going above 80°C.
    I also second this, the P-Cores like to start "thermal throttling" at 90 degrees celsius when running stress tests like Cinebench R23.

    This was tested with the multi-core enhancement options enabled (this includes the new one with 90 deg at the end)

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    This issue should be fixed in the next update.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slipcore View Post
    I also second this, the P-Cores like to start "thermal throttling" at 90 degrees celsius when running stress tests like Cinebench R23.

    This was tested with the multi-core enhancement options enabled (this includes the new one with 90 deg at the end)
    -- below versions you can manually set MCE remove all limits enabled to remove 90C tjmax limit when high dram clocks:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/y5toqoh8rq...-0067.zip?dl=0

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/vdyl825no0...-0067.zip?dl=0

    Rationale: co worker wants to stabilize high dram freq first before removing temperature limit so for the moment you can use 0067
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    Thanks for the clarification Shamino.

    Currently the Dropbox links you provided doesn't seem to provide an option to view/download the files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slipcore View Post
    Thanks for the clarification Shamino.

    Currently the Dropbox links you provided doesn't seem to provide an option to view/download the files.
    The links seem to be corrupted,

    you will find them also on the overclock.net forum, there, it should work

    https://www.overclock.net/threads/of.../post-29060637

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    thanks for the headsup i fixed them

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