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  1. #31
    New ROGer Array Bukov. PC Specs
    Bukov. PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS RoG Strix Z790-E Gaming Wifi
    ProcessorIntel i9-13900K Raptor Lake
    Memory (part number)CMT32GX5M2X6200C36 (16x2)
    Graphics Card #1Gigabyte 4090 Gaming OC
    MonitorLG Ultragear 27gp850 2k @ 180hz
    Storage #1WD sn850x 2tb
    Storage #2WD sn850x 2tb
    CPU CoolerLian Li Galahad 360 Infinity-fan
    CaseLian Li 011D-XL-RoG + 10x Lian Li Infinity fan
    Power SupplyCorsair HX 1200 80+ Platinum
    Keyboard Steelseries Apex 7 (red switches)
    Mouse Razor Lancehead TE
    Headset Sennheiser HD 569
    Mouse Pad iCEMAT
    Headset/Speakers Logitech Z901 5.1
    OS Yes
    Network RouterSkynet beta 0.97
    Accessory #1 Valve Index
    Accessory #2 Tobii Eye/Head tracker
    Accessory #3 Xbox controller

    Join Date
    Nov 2022

    Quote Originally Posted by GuzMonster View Post
    The TG frame did the job! CPU no longer throttles due to max core temperature. Thanks guys.
    That's good to hear. After some further use, I discovered I can still make it throttle. Just need to have multicore enhancement on anything but disabled.

    Though the heat coming off the case and time it takes tells me there definitely was a bad mount, so it's still progress. Now we just need ASUS to put out some properly tuned bios...

    Anyway, good luck.

  2. #32
    ROG Guru: Yellow Belt Array
    Join Date
    Feb 2012

    After I installed the frame I went ahead and applied the undervolting procedure ended up with mce: enforce all limits; *LLC#4; DC_LL=1.02; AC_LL=0.3. Noticed the cpu reached the 253w power limit, when as before the frame install it almost never reached 200w.
    z790 maximus hero
    13900k intel
    4090 geforce
    tforce 7200 ddr5

  3. #33
    Administrator Array Silent Scone@ROG's Avatar
    Join Date
    Mar 2016

    Quote Originally Posted by Dread13 View Post
    Caution with this, the thermal grizzly contact frame did NOT work with my z790 Hero MOBO, it just does not fit correctly. I don't know if it is something that happens with every z790 board or just some ASUS boards.
    Can you elaborate on why you're unable to fit the frame? The contact frame is designed to fit the stock mounting holes for the retention bracket, I've not had any issues on the Z790 Apex.

  4. #34
    ROG Guru: White Belt Array
    Join Date
    Oct 2016

    The contact frame does not fit on the Z790 Hero because the socket hight is higher than the Asus Z690 sockets. I noticed this coming from Z690 Hero to a Z790 Hero. The screws are longer compared to the previous gen. It has caused me issues mounting my CPU block because of the hight difference anyway because of the hight of the CPU socket you won't be able to get the frame to sit flush against the motherboard the frame is 100% useless on the z790 Asus boards.

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