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Overclocking across cores.

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2020/09/26 07:55:43 (permalink)
The multiplier on the 1st core becomes the maximum for the rest of the cores. That is, if I put 45 on the 1st core, then by putting 47 on the 7th core in the BIOS, in operation I will get only 4500 MHz on the 7th core.
Does anyone else have this addiction or I am the only one.
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    Exnetic
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    Re: Overclocking across cores. 2020/09/28 14:59:59 (permalink)
    did you enable per core overclock?
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    Re: Overclocking across cores. 2020/10/01 02:39:48 (permalink)
    The EVGA X299 Dark Bios is full of bugs - especially when it comes to per core VC and per Core overclock with Cascade Lake X.
     
    And i came to the conclusion, that EVGA does not give a damn about it, no Bios Update for over 5 monthes now and quite a few have reported this to EVGA.
     
     
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    Re: Overclocking across cores. 2020/10/01 03:43:53 (permalink)
    ironage
    The EVGA X299 Dark Bios is full of bugs - especially when it comes to per core VC and per Core overclock with Cascade Lake X.
     
    And i came to the conclusion, that EVGA does not give a damn about it, no Bios Update for over 5 monthes now and quite a few have reported this to EVGA.
     
     


    they too busy with 3080/90s and dark 490 
    they just updated the bios on the dark 490 but 0 craps given on x299 dark..
    https://forums.evga.com/B...-FTW-108-m3100688.aspx

    The sad thing is they dont even said nothing like at least "we looking into it"
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    ironage
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    Re: Overclocking across cores. 2020/10/01 03:52:13 (permalink)
    i got an Asus Mobo now, bought a RTX3090 from Asus, going to buy a PSU from them.
     
    Money that EVGA could have got when they put more effort in the Bios of a board, that was bought for over 500€.
     
    the dark is still at my place, but i will sell it if nothing happens here within the next two monthes.
     
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