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Overclocking a I9 9900k

I have a Intel Core i9-9900K Coffee Lake S, with a Noctua NH-D15S fan on it. In a ASUS ROG STRIX Z390-F GAMING motherboard.I got it about 18 months ago and tried to overclock it back then to the 5ghz which seems to be almost standard with that CPU.Bu...

GunnyF by Level 7
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Fans forced to 100% when CPU reaches 75C

Been using a PRIME Z270-A, along with an i7 7700K, for a little while and I've got to say that as my first Asus product, I'm pretty disappointed. I've noticed that in both BIOS and AI Suite III fan control options, the fans attached to the motherboar...

How to use ASUS ROG USB BIOS Flashback

How to use the ASUS Republic of Gamers USB BIOS flash backThe minimum hardware requirements for USB BIOS flash back is to have a Motherboard with ATX Power Supply on and plugged into the wall. You do not need to have a CPU, RAM, Graphics Card, or Har...

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V2-V3 by Level 8
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Overclocking in Bios won't stay when booting Win.

CPU: i9 10850kMB: Asus ROG Strix z490fCooling: Corsair H115i PlatinumPSU: Corsair RM850xRAM: Corsair Vengence 3200mhzWhen trying to overclock my settings is not applied in windows.I use Intel XTU for monitoring and it's all at default when i get logg...

Chromo by Level 7
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Memory frequence change

I recently purchased a Zenith II Extreme Alpha motherboard and a 3970x cpu. In my rush to order all the parts to put this new build together I may have ordered the wrong memory (G.SKILL Trident Z Royal Series 128GB (4 x 32GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR...

pcmoder by Level 7
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RAMPAGE IV FORMULA - NVMe BOOT

Hello all,I have a Rampage IV Formula and I recently bought a 750 PCIe drive. I am running on BIOS latest version (5001) and after trying a bit I wasn't able to boot from the drive.What I did was install the drive on a PCIe x8 slot and then boot from...