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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/06/22 19:31:16 (permalink)
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All I what to be able to do is hit 4.8Mhz to 4.9Mhz with stability on testing............ Intel TXU or OCCT (Goal is 4.8Ghz)

Try 1.2v vcore and bump it up by 0.01 every time it fails so to 1.21v, etc.  Auto voltage on the 10 series is very aggressive and probably causing issues for you.
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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/07/03 16:15:17 (permalink)
Thanks everyone who responded....
 
Now my question is? what is the best CPU for overclocking, sense the 109X0x seem to have an issue with overclocking.... on a X299 EVGA motherboards... I think this is nuts, But will take serous criticism on overclocking this beast... I just want at least 4.8Ghz to 4.9Ghz
 
without issues.....Thanks again
 

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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/07/09 09:11:37 (permalink)
hello can someone can tell me wich on his correct voltage VID or in HWmonitor in bios CPU 1/2 core voltage ?
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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/08/22 15:21:54 (permalink)
!!!HELP!!!
 
Is there anyone out there, that could possibly help me??? I have two computer system's one uses the EVGA FTW-K with a i9-10920X 32GB G.Skill Trident 3733 Mhz Memory....
The other is a EVGA Dark with I9-10940X, with 32GB G.Skill Trident 4000Mhz Memory...
 
I have set both of these up to overclock with the modest 4600Mhz auto set by the Bios. Both have Bios 1.28
For testing I use OCCT 9.0.5 & Intel XTU 7.4.1.3 Bench... When I do these test they both !FAIL! every single time, even when I reset the Bios and do the auto settings in the bios for the 4600Mhz..... that EVGA recommends in the bios.....
 
This is the most flustering thing I have ever dealt with.. I am using the auto setting in the bios for overclocking and none of them will past the test. Please Help...
 


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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/08/22 16:27:24 (permalink)
If you aren't using an AVX/AVX512 offset you could try that, they require more voltage for same frequency as non-AVX and I think both of those stress tests use AVX.
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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/08/22 18:48:56 (permalink)
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If you aren't using an AVX/AVX512 offset you could try that, they require more voltage for same frequency as non-AVX and I think both of those stress tests use AVX.



@mkimbro What DEJ915 said. I can't remember from the top of my head how exactly XTU bench / stress test behaves, it has been a while since I used it, but I guarantee to you OCCT defaults to using most demanding instruction set CPU supports, which in this case is AVX-512. My tests show that highest multiplier OCCT small set extreme load will pass is 40 for AVX2 and 38 for AVX512 on all cores, anything more than that it fails in seconds, temperatures skyrocket like crazy no matter how good your cooling is. However, it can pass with higher multipliers -IF- test is not "most extreme workload" possible.
 
So this can become a question of balancing, how much -SYNTHETIC- test matters, does it reflect your real world use and adjusting testing accordingly.
 
P.S. I assume you have already tested that your memory is good.
post edited by ZoranC - 2021/08/22 18:51:02
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Re: EVGA X299 DARK Overclocking Guide 2021/08/22 19:00:47 (permalink)
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@mkimbro TJmax for 10920X is 94C, not 95. You might want to double check your values and correct them.
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