01-16-2023 05:39 PM
3 weeks ago
G'day Dragon 🤙
-- Before we begin
Make sure you are setting a 'Stock Overclocking Profile' under the Tools heading in the BIOS Menu. Call it your default working profile and save it into the last numbered profile slot.
When you change the BIOS RAM Freq Setting from 'Auto' to XMP - this may change other Frequency settings un-beknownst to you.
For example. If I set a Manual Core Multiplier for my 5820K to x38 of the Base Clock (BCLK): 38 x 100Mhz = 3.8Ghz . And after that, I decide to change the Automatic multiplier of the RAM Spd Timing ( 100:133) to be set on the Xtreme Memory Performance profile coded into the RAM. The ASUS AI OC logic may change other settings to match a performance target.
Alll I can say about this is.. Set ur DRAM Frequenies manually, based on the XMP profile that is displayed on the "Tools" SPD TIming Register (or from the ram manufacturer/)
The Noctua Cooler may not be spinning up its fans, making correct contact or just not keeping up with the TDP of the CPU.. I think the 5820K are like 140~165Watts ?? If all cores are trying to run at 4.8Ghz under load - then u will need a cooler that can draw atleast 180-200 Watts of thermal inefficiency.
Be sure to check what the other number thingies are doing in ur crazy X99 D3luXee
I run a few X79 \ X99 Systems. I Love em.. F&*^% AMD Ryzen. I will never part with my 6950X and 4820K and Xeon 1620 V3
This is what my ASUS X99 D3LuvveX - Two Does...
2 weeks ago
Did you get your ram up to speed?
Try raising the VCCSA voltage to 1.25v