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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/25 08:17:10 (permalink)
 I thought I should add a little EVGA love to this list.
 
https://www.pcbenchmarks.net/fastest-desktop.html
 
https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=120551548167
 
Sacrificed 3,500 from 3D to add to 2D. Still down with the DARK by about 1,000 with this CPU/Board combo.  The board excels in RAM Benchmarks. Gonna move on from this CPU/Graphics combo.
DARK 
8086K running 5.4G @ 1.411
G.SKILL  Royal 4000-17  @4400-17
 
 
edit: *Still down 1,000 CPU pts..., not overall, with cpu/board combo^^^
This board with Firmware Updates is much better than I thought and posted about. Could use a little more complex math power. What it lacks there, is made up everywhere else.
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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/25 13:13:55 (permalink)
Can anyone tell me why this board does not read the real vcore as the Asus XI's series does? In general it has +100mv more than what Asus has.
 
Apparently I've been told this is not the real vcore shown on this board here?
 
so if a chip runs on the evga at 1.3v it would ran on the asus at 1.2v

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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/25 13:20:48 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me why this board does not read the real vcore as the Asus XI's series does? In general it has +100mv more than what Asus has.
 
Apparently I've been told this is not the real vcore shown on this board here?
 
so if a chip runs on the evga at 1.3v it would ran on the asus at 1.2v


so do you mean if my evga dark on board display shows 1.42 volts, is it actually giving 1.32 volts to the cpu? or if my cpu was on an asus mobo it would need 1.32 volts for the same core clock?
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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/25 13:24:43 (permalink)
I would guess that probe-it+dmm to determine vcore voltage would answer the question of +100mv. Ill check it out this evening

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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/25 14:20:10 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me why this board does not read the real vcore as the Asus XI's series does? In general it has +100mv more than what Asus has.
 
Apparently I've been told this is not the real vcore shown on this board here?
 
so if a chip runs on the evga at 1.3v it would ran on the asus at 1.2v




Because it doesn't?? I have checked my vcore with my multi meter and it is almost spot on. bios set to 1.250v and my meter reads at idle (no load) @ 1.248v... not sure where you heard this from.
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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/26 06:18:54 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me why this board does not read the real vcore as the Asus XI's series does? In general it has +100mv more than what Asus has.
 
Apparently I've been told this is not the real vcore shown on this board here?
 
so if a chip runs on the evga at 1.3v it would ran on the asus at 1.2v




Because it doesn't?? I have checked my vcore with my multi meter and it is almost spot on. bios set to 1.250v and my meter reads at idle (no load) @ 1.248v... not sure where you heard this from.




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Can anyone tell me why this board does not read the real vcore as the Asus XI's series does? In general it has +100mv more than what Asus has.
 
Apparently I've been told this is not the real vcore shown on this board here?
 
so if a chip runs on the evga at 1.3v it would ran on the asus at 1.2v


so do you mean if my evga dark on board display shows 1.42 volts, is it actually giving 1.32 volts to the cpu? or if my cpu was on an asus mobo it would need 1.32 volts for the same core clock?



exactly

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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/26 06:50:42 (permalink)
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Can anyone tell me why this board does not read the real vcore as the Asus XI's series does? In general it has +100mv more than what Asus has.
 
Apparently I've been told this is not the real vcore shown on this board here?
 
so if a chip runs on the evga at 1.3v it would ran on the asus at 1.2v


 I think you are talking about the z370 and z390 difference vcore.
 
because my first 9900k was 5ghz with 1.312v on the apex z370 and the same chip go lower with the dark mobo ( 5ghz @1.24v)
 
Asus z390 manages voltage very strangely. If you let the llc on auto the vcore to do a cinebench for example will be lower than a llc7.
If you have a 9900k at 5ghz with 1.216 an let the llc on auto, the voltage will set at 1.18 stable and pass the bench. But if you set manually in the bios this voltage then you will not pass the bench.
 
also, I have compared my actual chip with anotherone with the same chip and a Gene, and his cpu consume 241watts but mine 180watts ( same voltaje and same frequency, 5.2 @ 1.37v)
 
 
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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/04/30 12:26:04 (permalink)
" I thought I should add a little EVGA love to this list.
 
https://www.pcbenchmarks.net/fastest-desktop.html
 
https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=120551548167
 
Sacrificed 3,500 from 3D to add to 2D. Still down with the DARK by about 1,000 with this CPU/Board combo.  The board excels in RAM Benchmarks. Gonna move on from this CPU/Graphics combo.
DARK 
8086K running 5.4G @ 1.411
G.SKILL  Royal 4000-17  @4400-17
 
 
edit: *Still down 1,000 CPU pts..., not overall, with cpu/board combo^^^
This board with Firmware Updates is much better than I thought and posted about. Could use a little more complex math power. What it lacks there, is made up everywhere else."
 
 
 
 
edited above post
Switching to EVGA 2080 Series this week and hopefully try out one of them 9900KFC's
 
edit: Umm...anyone know where I can get one? ----------------------------------^^^
post edited by wwxww - 2019/04/30 12:36:59
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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/05/01 08:46:13 (permalink)
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" I thought I should add a little EVGA love to this list.

https://www.pcbenchmarks.net/fastest-desktop.html

https://www.passmark.com/baselines/V9/display.php?id=120551548167

Sacrificed 3,500 from 3D to add to 2D. Still down with the DARK by about 1,000 with this CPU/Board combo.  The board excels in RAM Benchmarks. Gonna move on from this CPU/Graphics combo.
DARK 
8086K running 5.4G @ 1.411
G.SKILL  Royal 4000-17  @4400-17


edit: *Still down 1,000 CPU pts..., not overall, with cpu/board combo^^^
This board with Firmware Updates is much better than I thought and posted about. Could use a little more complex math power. What it lacks there, is made up everywhere else."
 
 
 
 
edited above post
Switching to EVGA 2080 Series this week and hopefully try out one of them 9900KFC's
 
edit: Umm...anyone know where I can get one? ----------------------------------^^^


What timings are you using on the Royals?
I have the Trident Z RGB version of the 4000's but have not yet attempted to OC them. So still running XMP 19.


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Re: Z390 Dark Owners OC Results & Scores Thread - Post Em! 2019/05/01 13:25:00 (permalink)
I am running them at 17-17-17-37-320-2T. They are stable with 1.47V DIMM. I did run them at 4500MHz unstable at 17 for a day. These running at XMP values were very avg for 4000MHZ and that was with the CPU at 5.2 and 5.3G.
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