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02-16-2023 03:43 PM
Humm. i am having the issues you are having with two i9 13900k cpus . I bought 3 mobos already thinking the problem was with the mobos. Also bought 2 brand new i9 13900k cpus. as well as 4 sets of 2x 32 DDR5-6400 ram sticks and the problems persist with "memory problems" and BSOD.
2 of the mobos were Asus Maximus Extreme Z790 and one Asus Maximus Hero Z790, tried them with 2 brand news i9 13900k cpus, and when i have gotten stable in one or 2 sticks of DDR5 6400, Intel XMP ready and after everything loads i get an "pc memory error" a longer error but no error code just says memory error. Then whether within 2-5 minutes or about an hour I get a BSOD. So it's possible the problems are not with the mobos but with the i9 13900k cpus. I tried two different and brand new cpus and having these problems you mentioned with both.
i though the issue could be a warped/bent pressure plate or the circuit board which could be happening in one or several batches of these Z790 mobos. But now that you mention having a stable system with i9 12900k and having the BSOD with the updated i9 13900k cpu, which i am also having, is possible the problem is with a batch or more of the i9 13900k cpus.
When you get into windows and everything loads do you get a message of "your pc has a memory problem"?
02-16-2023 03:37 PM
No idea on the noise. Could there be a fan hitting a wire bundle or something?
For the clocks -- Check your Windows power plan. The default "balanced" will vary clocks, whereas "High performance" will keep them close to top speed. (There are bios settings that can lock these, too, but probably your windows re-install is the culprit.
The E-cores above P-cores in Armoury crate has been reported in other threads -- so I think that's just one of the issues with the latest AC version, and not related to your build.
03-10-2023 01:46 PM