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where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark?

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2019/12/04 16:36:50 (permalink)
^topic
 
cannot find it neither in cpu information where the c-states are, nor in power management.

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    Re: where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark? 2019/12/04 17:03:40 (permalink)
    IIRC, the speedshift setting is only exposed in the XOC bios. 
     
    https://xdevs.com/guide/e399ocg/#biost
     
    https://xdevs.com/doc/_PC_HW/EVGA/E399/bios_xoc/E399_flashtool_093.zip
     
     
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    Re: where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark? 2019/12/04 19:12:55 (permalink)
    wow, i need to install an outdated bios to have this enabled?
     
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    Re: where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark? 2019/12/04 22:47:25 (permalink)
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    IIRC, the speedshift setting is only exposed in the XOC bios. 
     
    https://xdevs.com/guide/e399ocg/#biost
     
    https://xdevs.com/doc/_PC_HW/EVGA/E399/bios_xoc/E399_flashtool_093.zip
     
     


    What do you mean? That says "If your board have old BIOS version before version 1.04, please update BIOS to 1.04 or later. Otherwise controls/settings discussed below not apply directly."


    and, does this apply? https://forums.evga.com/Z...aximizer-m3003914.aspx
     
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    Re: where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark? 2019/12/05 08:07:09 (permalink)
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    IIRC, the speedshift setting is only exposed in the XOC bios. 
     
    https://xdevs.com/guide/e399ocg/#biost
     
    https://xdevs.com/doc/_PC_HW/EVGA/E399/bios_xoc/E399_flashtool_093.zip
     
     


    What do you mean? That says "If your board have old BIOS version before version 1.04, please update BIOS to 1.04 or later. Otherwise controls/settings discussed below not apply directly."


    and, does this apply? https://forums.evga.com/Z...aximizer-m3003914.aspx
     




    well, is the xoc bios based on 1.07 ?
     
     
    it appears there is significant performance loss if it's disabled, which it is by default on the z390 dark
     
    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f11/intel-speed-shift-und-windows-10-a-1253843.html

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    Re: where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark? 2019/12/05 17:18:57 (permalink)
    Thought I might investigate this.
     
    SST disabled:
     
    https://ibb.co/G5M1KrP

    https://ibb.co/KrtrZQf
     
     
    SST enabled:
     
    https://ibb.co/VtKr0wz

    https://ibb.co/4m8TgMv
     

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    Re: where is the speedshift technology setting on the z390 dark? 2019/12/06 09:34:07 (permalink)
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    Thought I might investigate this.
     
    SST disabled:
     
    https://ibb.co/G5M1KrP

    https://ibb.co/KrtrZQf
     
     
    SST enabled:
     
    https://ibb.co/VtKr0wz

    https://ibb.co/4m8TgMv
     




    Interesting results. Since when exposed in the XOC BIOS the default is off, I would think its normally off in the regular BIOS but not exposed to the user. 
    dante`afk
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    IIRC, the speedshift setting is only exposed in the XOC bios. 
     
    https://xdevs.com/guide/e399ocg/#biost
     
    https://xdevs.com/doc/_PC_HW/EVGA/E399/bios_xoc/E399_flashtool_093.zip
     
     


    What do you mean? That says "If your board have old BIOS version before version 1.04, please update BIOS to 1.04 or later. Otherwise controls/settings discussed below not apply directly."


    and, does this apply? https://forums.evga.com/Z...aximizer-m3003914.aspx
     




    well, is the xoc bios based on 1.07 ?
     
     
    it appears there is significant performance loss if it's disabled, which it is by default on the z390 dark
     
    https://www.hardwareluxx.de/community/f11/intel-speed-shift-und-windows-10-a-1253843.html




    I doubt its based on 1.07 because of the date and I can't read German.
     
    Since the Dark has 3 BIOS chips, you can always flash it onto one of the ones you are not using and test. 
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