There are sometimes little problems with the bios of the FTWK. And even you are able to switch between 2. It is one bios in the end.
I would try to flash the bios new, with the newest version.
For example, there is sometimes the problem with the VRM cooler, which runs suddenly at very high RPM and it seems that there is nothing you can do.
But if you flash the bios new, the problem is fixed until you try to overlock to a frequency which dosn´t works, for example.
Maybe it happens when you only start your system new, this can happen, too.But i see no problem to flash the bioschips, and in this case it is sufficient to flash one of the two chips.
What i want to say.
The bioschips are the weakness of x299
and i would recommed to flash them new, if there is a problem for which you can´t find any cause.
A bios can be damaged, like a bioschip can be damaged. But i believe something causes that the biochips become a little bit more often become a bit corrupt at x299?
In not too rare cases. There is a problem with it. Look at so many used and refurbished X 299 Dark, one bioschip is deactivated. There must be a reason for that? Or don't you think so?
But where is the problem, there is a very safe and easy to use flash funktion in the bios and you can flash the bios within 2 minutes without any risks, because you have more than one even a removable! In my opinion, X299, especially the X299 FTWK and the X299 Dark, which I both have, is still a great platform.
Auch wenn ich jetzt ein EVGA z690 Dark K|NGP|N anstrebe
A platform for which you have to be interested and passionate, in order to elicit its true power.
But there is so much power in it when you have everything optimized.
That's why I also prefer the Core i9 79xx CPUs, because you can behead them so easily, e.g. with the fantastic tool from "der8auer".
If you then treat it with liquid metal and choose a stronger cooler (I use a 560/30 and a 280/30 with an EK Velocity and 2 alphacool ice sheets.)
Then you can do a lot with it. The ram subtimings are important.
But what am I telling you, you probably know that better than I do. I would flash both chips with the latest bios 1.29. Why not, that's a matter of minutes and without risk since you have 2.
You have set us RAID and not AHCI? A few month ago i said that something like the FTWK isn´t good for overlocking with a coremultiplicator over 50. This was absolte nonsens https://valid.x86.fr/9yhq27 https://valid.x86.fr/exvtgl
This isn´t worth mentioning, but because i wrote something wrong. The input voltage does overvolte
and you have to be carefully with it (1,830Volt). The Corevoltage should not be set to adaptive, if you want to set the coremultiplikator over 51.
Maybe it is allways like that on every platform, but i am a bit thumb
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post edited by Biosat - 2023/03/23 00:52:15