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  • Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Master Rev(1.0) Overclocking i7 9700k

    My Bios Settings for my I7 9700k, on a Gigabyte Z390 Master Rev 1.0 bios F11L GK
    Please advice me if I have done anything wrong or am missing anything recommended...

    All settings are optimized defaults unless I have listed below.

    *Tweaker*
    Enhanced Multi Core Performance(EMCP) = Disable.
    CPU Core Ratio = 49. Speed you want the CPU to run.
    Ring Ratio = 46. You want this 3 or less then CPU Core Ratio. (Can just leave on auto no real gain from changing.)
    AVX Offset = 0. Can put on Auto or add 1 for higher CPU Core Ratios to get system stable.
    Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) = Profile 1.
    CPU VCore = Normal. Use this as CPU voltage until your stable then use Normal and Dynamic.
    Dynamic VCore (DVID) = -0.035v.
    DRAM Voltage (CH A/B) = 1.36v. Set to your DRam voltage!
    CPU VCCIO = 1.080v Default is too high. 1.25v max.
    CPU System Agent Voltage (VCCSA ) = 1.180v Default is too high. 1.25v max.

    Advanced Memory settings-->
    Memory Multiplier Tweaker = Auto.
    Channel Interleaving = Enable.
    Rank Interleaving = Enable.
    Memory Boot Mode = Disable for 2-3 restarts then Enable fast boot, Disabling is to use memory training. Remember if your tweaking memory settings disable this until your timings are stable.
    Realtime memory Timing = Auto.
    Memory Enhancement Settings = Enhanced performance.

    Advance CPU Settings-->
    VT-d = Disable, Enable when or if you want to use windows VirtualBox.
    Intel(R) Speed Shift Technology = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.
    Ring To Core Offset (Down Bin) = Disable.
    CPU EIST Function = Disable
    Energy Effective Turbo = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.
    Voltage Optimization = Disable.
    Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.

    Active Turbo Ratios = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.
    Turbo Ratio (1 Core Active) = 51.
    Turbo Ratio (2 Core Active) = 51.
    Turbo Ratio (3 Core Active) = 50.
    Turbo Ratio (4 Core Active) = 50.
    Turbo Ratio (5 Core Active) = 50.
    Turbo Ratio (6 Core Active) = 49.
    Turbo Ratio (7 Core Active) = 49.
    Turbo Ratio (8 Core Active) = 49.

    C-State Control = Enable, Once your overclock is stable. or if using Active Turbo Ratio
    CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) = Enable, Once your overclock is stable. This will help idle CPU clocks and voltage.
    C3 State Support = Enable, for Active Turbo Ratios to work or If you want to use Sleep using a fixed clock.
    C6/C7 State Support = Disable. Enable will save more CPU power but increase CPU latency
    C8 State Support = Disable. Enable will save more CPU power but increase CPU latency
    C10 State Support = Disable. Enable will save more CPU power but increase CPU latency
    Package C State Limit =Auto.

    Advance Voltage Settings -->
    Dram Training Voltage (CH A/B) = 1.36v, Same as your DRam, this helps to speed up memory training.
    CPU/VRM Settings-->
    CPU VCore Loadline Calibration = Normal.


    *Settings*
    IO Ports--->
    Initial Display Output = PCIe 1 Slot.
    Integrated Graphics = Disable, Unless your using the onboard display.
    Above 4G Decoding = Enable, This will give you access to the Resizable Base-Address Register.
    Resizable Base-Address Register = Auto.
    Miscellaneous -->
    Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT) = Enable.
    Software Guard Extensions (SGX) = Enable.

    *Power*
    Platform Power Management = Disable, as windows is not compatible. think its for other operating system.

    *Boot*
    CFG LOCK= leave default, Part of Mac OS, locks part of memory.
    Security Option = Setup.
    Fast Boot = Ultra Fast.
    Mouse Speed = 2x.
    Windows 8/10 Features = Windows 8/10 WHQL.
    CSM Support = Disable, This is so I can enable Secure Boot. will need to save and exit then reboot to access Secure Boot.

    To Enable Secure Boot
    Secure Boot-->
    Secure Boot mode = Custom
    Key Management-->
    Provision Factory Defaults = Enable
    Save and exit reboot then enter bios again
    Secure Boot-->
    Key Management-->
    Provision Factory Defaults = Disable
    Secure Boot--<
    Secure Boot Mode = User
    Save and exit


    A link to a video of my settings.. from when I started this. Bios version F11L in video.
    https://youtu.be/7DpS_MCxk7w

    In HWInfo Under IRF IR35201 VROut is hitting 1.299v that's live CPU voltage. In f11m this increased to 1.352, f11n 1.332.


    Here is a link to the Z390 Master Rev1.0 F11L GK bios with RGB.

    MD5 B8750D0E22C061C9B92EA54C73D772D4
    SHA-1 B35BAFB536CC9FCE59A1C25CFEDA824DDB902834
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/vxdrfj...TERGK.zip/file

    This Bios is a Official Bios from Gigabyte e-Support. Same as on the beta thread but with added RGB by Gigabyte e-support.

    **Warning**
    Before flashing a bios all ways reset cosmos or load bios defaults.
    Else bios flashing can take some time thinking it's crashed, some cases over a day!.
    Last edited by TrebleTA; 08-07-2021, 11:14 PM.

  • #2
    Here is a link to the Z390 Master Rev1.0 F11m GK bios with RGB.
    MD5:- 83FD078997C9B088EABA27BE155D5270
    SHA-1:- 55A275680893362E36FAC008F76E572DD573BF86
    http://www.mediafire.com/file/kgcmtc...m-RGB.zip/file
    Had to rename, as the older bios had the same zip file name
    Again this is from Gigabyte e-Support.
    **Warning**
    Before flashing a bios all ways reset cosmos or load bios defaults.
    Else bios flashing can take some time thinking it's crashed, some cases over a day!.
    Last edited by TrebleTA; 02-08-2021, 05:35 AM.

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    • #3
      I have another update for the master f11n with RGB also "CPU Core PLL Overvoltage (+mv)", "CPU Vcore/VAXG Protection", and "Core Current Limit (Amps)" added and the Turbo Per Core Limit Control menu Fixed. Dated 3-Feb-21
      MD5:- 121CC68BAE4155D2F56A90C0093B1477
      SHA-2:- 4EB53F897BE7918601ACD67AE1B1B5984026F202

      https://www.mediafire.com/file/0p63n...N-RGB.zip/file

      This Bios is a Official Bios from Gigabyte e-Support.
      **Warning**
      Before flashing a bios all ways reset cosmos or load bios defaults.
      Else bios flashing can take some time thinking it's crashed, some cases over a day!.
      Last edited by TrebleTA; 02-08-2021, 05:35 AM.

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      • #4
        After many weeks i have finally got hold of F11o with added RGB. It has 1-2 fixs to the beta thread version.

        MD5:- 762F0FE90F0E51E12340C8FB89CB13F1
        SHA-1:- 44EF0EF615814AADA4A1AC379233288CE03A849D

        https://www.mediafire.com/file/kgcmt...m-RGB.zip/file
        updated, was the wrong file linked...28-7-2021

        This Bios is a Official Bios from Gigabyte e-Support. Same as on the beta thread but with added RGB by Gigabyte e-support.

        **Warning**
        Before flashing a bios all ways reset cosmos or load bios defaults.
        Else bios flashing can take some time thinking it's crashed, some cases over a day!
        .
        Last edited by TrebleTA; 07-29-2021, 11:58 AM.

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        • #5
          Rom dated 18-3-21, all my setting work yet not sure if any different
          Last edited by TrebleTA; 03-22-2021, 06:07 AM.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by TrebleTA View Post
            After many weeks they have I finally got hold of F11o RGB
            MD5:- 762F0FE90F0E51E12340C8FB89CB13F1
            SHA-1:- 44EF0EF615814AADA4A1AC379233288CE03A849D

            https://www.mediafire.com/file/kgcmt...m-RGB.zip/file


            This Bios is a Official Bios from Gigabyte e-Support.
            **Warning**
            Before flashing a bios all ways reset cosmos or load bios defaults.
            Else bios flashing can take some time thinking it's crashed, some cases over a day!
            .


            Thanks for posting but it seems you posted F11m and not F11o..?




            Thanks
            Last edited by VimesUK; 06-25-2021, 11:26 PM.
            Gigabyte DS3H Z77 board (being repaired) GA-Z77X-UD5H. 3570k CPU. 2x4GB Corsair LP DDR3 memory. Asus GTX 670 2GB GPU.

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            • #7
              Thanks for this guide, very well laid out and helpful!

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              • #8
                Also, if I can add a suggestion, it might be helpful to bold or underline the parameter names (and then make the subtopic names larger font or all-caps). But NBD either way, just a minor stylistic tweak.

                I do have a question about these two features: is there a reason you decided to enable these?

                Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT) = Enable.
                Software Guard Extensions (SGX) = Enable.
                From what I gather, it seems that unless you have a need for corporate-level sensitivity/security, these features have a higher likelihood of potentially causing performance issues. But maybe I'm missing something.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by TrebleTA View Post
                  My Bios Settings for my I7 9700k, on a Gigabyte Z390 Master Rev 1.0 bios F11L GK
                  Please advice me if I have done anything wrong or am missing anything recommended...

                  All settings are optimized defaults unless I have listed below.

                  *Tweaker*
                  Enhanced Multi Core Performance(EMCP) = Disable.
                  CPU Core Ratio 49. Speed you want the CPU to run.
                  Ring Ratio = 46. You want this 3 or less then CPU Core Ratio. (Can just leave on auto no real gain from changing.)
                  AVX Offset = 0. Can put on Auto or add 1 for higher CPU Core Ratios to get system stable.
                  Extreme Memory Profile (XMP) = Profile 1.
                  CPU VCore = Normal. Use this as CPU voltage until your stable then use Normal and Dynamic.
                  Dynamic VCore (DVID) = -0.035v.
                  DRAM Voltage (CH A/B) = 1.36v. Set to your DRam voltage!
                  CPU VCCIO = 1.120v Default is too high. 1.25v max.
                  CPU System Agent Voltage (VCCSA ) = 1.220v Default is too high. 1.25v max.

                  Advanced Memory settings-->
                  Memory Multiplier Tweaker = Auto.
                  Channel Interleaving = Enable.
                  Rank Interleaving = Enable.
                  Memory Boot Mode = Disable for 2-3 restarts then Enable fast boot, Disabling is to use memory training. Remember if your tweaking memory settings disable this until your timings are stable.
                  Realtime memory Timing = Auto.
                  Memory Enhancement Settings = Enhanced performance.

                  Advance CPU Settings-->
                  VT-d = Disable, Enable when or if you want to use windows VirtualBox.
                  Intel(R) Speed Shift Technology = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.
                  Ring To Core Offset (Down Bin) = Disable.
                  CPU EIST Function = Enable. Or Disable for a fixed clock.
                  Energy Effective Turbo = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.
                  Voltage Optimization = Disable.
                  Intel(R) Turbo Boost Technology = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.

                  Active Turbo Ratios = Enable, Or Disable for a fixed clock.
                  Turbo Ratio (1 Core Active) = 51.
                  Turbo Ratio (2 Core Active) = 51.
                  Turbo Ratio (3 Core Active) = 50.
                  Turbo Ratio (4 Core Active) = 50.
                  Turbo Ratio (5 Core Active) = 50.
                  Turbo Ratio (6 Core Active) = 49.
                  Turbo Ratio (7 Core Active) = 49.
                  Turbo Ratio (8 Core Active) = 49.

                  C-State Control = Enable, Once your overclock is stable. or if using Active Turbo Ratio
                  CPU Enhanced Halt (C1E) = Enable, Once your overclock is stable. This will help idle CPU clocks and voltage.
                  C3 State Support = Enable, for Active Turbo Ratios to work or If you want to use Sleep using a fixed clock.
                  C6/C7 State Support = Disable. Enable will save more CPU power but increase CPU latency
                  C8 State Support = Disable. Enable will save more CPU power but increase CPU latency
                  C10 State Support = Disable. Enable will save more CPU power but increase CPU latency
                  Package C State Limit =Auto.

                  Advance Voltage Settings -->
                  Dram Training Voltage (CH A/B) = 1.36v, Same as your DRam, this helps to speed up memory training.
                  CPU/VRM Settings-->
                  CPU VCore Loadline Calibration = Normal.


                  *Settings*
                  IO Ports--->
                  Initial Display Output = PCIe 1 Slot.
                  Integrated Graphics = Disable, Unless your using the onboard display.
                  Above 4G Decoding = Enable, This will give you access to the Resizable Base-Address Register.
                  Resizable Base-Address Register = Auto.
                  Miscellaneous -->
                  Intel Platform Trust Technology (PTT) = Enable.
                  Software Guard Extensions (SGX) = Enable.

                  *Power*
                  Platform Power Management = Disable, as windows is not compatible. think its for other operating system.

                  *Boot*
                  CFG LOCK= leave default, Part of Mac OS, locks part of memory.
                  Security Option = Setup.
                  Fast Boot = Ultra Fast.
                  Mouse Speed 2x.
                  Windows 8/10 Features = Windows 8/10 WHQL.
                  CSM Support = Disable, This is so I can enable Secure Boot. will need to save and exit then reboot to access Secure Boot.

                  To Enable Secure Boot
                  Secure Boot-->
                  Secure Boot mode = Custom
                  Key Management-->
                  Provision Factory Defaults = Enable
                  Save and exit reboot then enter bios again
                  Secure Boot-->
                  Key Management-->
                  Provision Factory Defaults = Disable
                  Secure Boot--<
                  Secure Boot Mode = User
                  Save and exit


                  A link to a video of my settings.. from when I started this. Bios version F11L in video.
                  https://youtu.be/7DpS_MCxk7w

                  In HWInfo Under IRF IR35201 VROut is hitting 1.299v that's live CPU voltage. In f11m this increased to 1.352, f11n 1.332.


                  Here is a link to the Z390 Master Rev1.0 F11L GK bios with RGB.
                  MD5 B8750D0E22C061C9B92EA54C73D772D4
                  SHA-1 B35BAFB536CC9FCE59A1C25CFEDA824DDB902834
                  http://www.mediafire.com/file/vxdrfj...TERGK.zip/file

                  This Bios is a Official Bios from Gigabyte e-Support.
                  **Warning**
                  Before flashing a bios all ways reset cosmos or load bios defaults.
                  Else bios flashing can take some time thinking it's crashed, some cases over a day!.
                  Hi, I also purchased a GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS Master motherboard to pair it with my new i7 9700k processor. but now I'm facing several issues in the BIOS update. Please provide me some suggestions to resolve this issue.

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                  • #10
                    How do I use the .zip file you have provided for f11n? Do I just flash it via Q-Flash? Sorry for the noob Q...

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                    • #11
                      Sorry for the slow reply, been busy with real life, I will check the version above later today, yet it should be f11o, strange the file was on the site yet was f11m linked now fixed..

                      intel platform and software guard can be disabled, if not used.

                      The zip file needs to be unzipped. The bios file is inside, once unzipped put on USB stick load in to bios then q flash.
                      Last edited by TrebleTA; 07-28-2021, 10:53 PM.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Hamzee110 View Post

                        Hi, I also purchased a GIGABYTE Z390 AORUS Master motherboard to pair it with my new i7 9700k processor. but now I'm facing several issues in the BIOS update. Please provide me some suggestions to resolve this issue.
                        Like what issues, need more info than that?

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                        • #13
                          What type of cooling are you using for your CPU to achieve this OC? I have a Lian Li O11 with 9 fans, 3 intake on bottom, 3 intake on side, 3 exhaust on top. However, I am only running a stock CPU fan, will that suffice?

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                          • #14
                            Start at stock cpu and run a cpu stress test for a hour. Then check and keep eye on your temperatures with hwinfo. If there not high you can try my settings and do the same keeping eye on temperatures. But a stock cooler, the i7 9700k. did not come with a cooler. So maybe they just slapped on a older one. I have a nzxt kraken x62 aio cooler. Using 3ed party software to control pump

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                            • #15
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