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Re: Z590 Dark - couple of pics from initial test setup 2021/09/22 08:54:25 (permalink)
and its not possible to crack the pcb with those thumb screws.
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Re: Z590 Dark - couple of pics from initial test setup 2021/09/22 09:02:41 (permalink)
Hmm, I followed this guy's video and have mine set as follows:
 

 
I'll double check to make sure I didn't mess something up.
 
I purchased that case back in 2017/2018 and had it semi retired since 2019 until doing this build.  I had it stuffed with 4x MSI 1080Ti SeaHawk EK and a Zotac 1080Ti Arctic Cool:
 

 
It was one heavy sucker!
 
Still got a lot of turning to do with the 3090's.  So far I'm only managing this on Time Spy:
 
https://www.3dmark.com/spy/23013779
 
Also, not sure why I keep getting a message that Hardware monitoring is disabled.  I'll try disconnecting the AquaSuite USB connector on the next run.  Maybe that is interfering?
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Re: Z590 Dark - couple of pics from initial test setup 2021/10/02 08:00:28 (permalink)
babayega
 
it looks like u have disabled ocp(u have maxed ocp). its better to keep it on for safety reasons for daily(default is disabling them, I know its confusing)

 
Had a chance to look at my BIOS settings today.  I'm not seeing "OCP".  This is what I have:



 

 
And on the memory tab:

 
Just sitting idle, CoreTemp is still reporting VID = 1.5564.
 
When CPU mining, VID gets up there:
 

 
So should I change some of the voltages still set to "Auto" to fixed values like I did for a couple of key ones?
post edited by pclausen - 2021/10/02 08:24:26
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Re: Z590 Dark - couple of pics from initial test setup 2021/10/02 08:48:19 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby pclausen 2021/10/02 09:56:12
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babayega
 
it looks like u have disabled ocp(u have maxed ocp). its better to keep it on for safety reasons for daily(default is disabling them, I know its confusing)

 
Had a chance to look at my BIOS settings today.  I'm not seeing "OCP".  This is what I have:



 

 
And on the memory tab:

 
Just sitting idle, CoreTemp is still reporting VID = 1.5564.
 
When CPU mining, VID gets up there:
 

 
So should I change some of the voltages still set to "Auto" to fixed values like I did for a couple of key ones?


i was talking abt PSU OCP. (corsair link)
1.45v -50% is high, u cannot cool it if u run heavy avx loads. set 1.4v -25%. also for that xmp u dont need that high io aux/sa. and 5.2g wont be stable on linpack/occt small extreme avx 2. tone down your OC and test them whether its stable or not. ignore the VID reading.
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Re: Z590 Dark - couple of pics from initial test setup 2021/10/02 09:57:25 (permalink)
Got it.  I came down to 1.4 and -25% and also set OCP limits.  Appreciate it!
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