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New bios 2202 Z790-F Gaming Wifi

emred
Level 9

Notes : "The update introduces the Intel Baseline Profile option, allowing users to revert to Intel factory default settings for basic functionality, lower power limits, and improving stability in certain games.

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I already been managing everything manually

MCE Disabled

SVID BEHAVIOR: typical scenario/Trained

ICCMAX 307A

PL1 125W

PL2 253W

 

and still not very stable, but with this new feature, I think it's stable now 🙂 still under test tho..

 

but my point is don't be "DO NOT USE THIS PROFILE..." hold on.. 

 

everyone been suffering with their cpus 12/13/14gen ...

 

 

IMHO, for rookies, Just F5 after updating to this bios firmware, then just turn on this feature on and XMP then F10 and test stability...

when i said "do not use" i meant do not use it for the fun of it. like unless you are actually having stability issues then you should not use it as it shoves voltage down the cpu.  

its a last resort for stability. if people aren't having issues then do not use it.

if you have to use intel baseline profile then you should RMA your cpu.

What I don't understand is that apparently it is the motherboard manufacturer who does not respect the specifications according to Intel. But the question I ask myself if the problem comes from the motherboard manufacturer why INTEL accepts RMA?

I just

(1) disabling MCE in BIOS

(2) run mode “Intel Fail save”

I will still request an RMA

Intel Core i9 13900KS / AiO NZXT Kraken Elite 360 RGB / Asus ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME BIOS 3501 / G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 64 Go (2 x 32 Go) DDR5 6000 MHz CL30 / MSI RTX™ 4090 SUPRIM X 24G / 1x Samsung 990 pro 4TB / 1x Samsung 970 EVO 2TB / CORSAIR AX1600i 80PLUS Titanium / NZXT H9 Elite / Monitor ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM

Do not RMA yet if you did not tried this solutions...

 

Disable MCE

PL1 253W

PL2 253W

ICCMAX 307A

SVID: Intel Fail Save / if still crashing try >> Trained or Typical scenario

 

the problem is that mobos set power unlimited for CPU that's why it's crashing/instability. that's it

no, if you are not stable at defaults or just disabling MCE then RMA the cpu. absolutely wrong.

But... I have 3 PCs

13900k

13900k

14900k

 

all of them are not stable, do you think RMA is the solution? short answer: nope

I just tried these values ​​and will do a test....

Intel Core i9 13900KS / AiO NZXT Kraken Elite 360 RGB / Asus ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME BIOS 3501 / G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 64 Go (2 x 32 Go) DDR5 6000 MHz CL30 / MSI RTX™ 4090 SUPRIM X 24G / 1x Samsung 990 pro 4TB / 1x Samsung 970 EVO 2TB / CORSAIR AX1600i 80PLUS Titanium / NZXT H9 Elite / Monitor ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM

Ily3ss59
Level 7

@LethalTemp 

PL1 : 125W

PL2: 253W

Or PL1 AND PL2 253W? because you put two different things on your posts xD

Intel Core i9 13900KS / AiO NZXT Kraken Elite 360 RGB / Asus ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME BIOS 3501 / G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 64 Go (2 x 32 Go) DDR5 6000 MHz CL30 / MSI RTX™ 4090 SUPRIM X 24G / 1x Samsung 990 pro 4TB / 1x Samsung 970 EVO 2TB / CORSAIR AX1600i 80PLUS Titanium / NZXT H9 Elite / Monitor ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM

For PL1 as intel datasheet it's 125 , but with extreme config you can set to 253W with no problem, so you decide which one, both works fine

 

Just set both 253W

 

On my information, extreme config means, depends on your cpu cooler and other hardware 

No problem it's 253 watts both small question the fact of restricting the processor how much performance do we lose?

Intel Core i9 13900KS / AiO NZXT Kraken Elite 360 RGB / Asus ROG MAXIMUS Z690 EXTREME BIOS 3501 / G.Skill Trident Z5 RGB 64 Go (2 x 32 Go) DDR5 6000 MHz CL30 / MSI RTX™ 4090 SUPRIM X 24G / 1x Samsung 990 pro 4TB / 1x Samsung 970 EVO 2TB / CORSAIR AX1600i 80PLUS Titanium / NZXT H9 Elite / Monitor ASUS ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM