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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) = -0.030v.
    DRAM Voltage (CH A/B) = 1.35v. Set to your ram voltage.
    CPU VCCIO = 1.100v Default is too high. 1.25v max.
    CPU System Agent Voltage (VCCSA ) = 1.200v Default is too high. 1.25v max.

    Advanced Memory settings-->
    Memory boot mode = Disable for 2-3 restarts then Enable fast boot, Disableing is to use memory training. Remember if your tweaking memory settings disable this until your timings are stable.

    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) = 1.35v, Same as the Ram, 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!.
    Last edited by TrebleTA; 2 weeks ago.

  • #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; 4 weeks ago.

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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; 4 weeks ago.

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      • #4
        Noticed people getting over 4000mhz on ram overclocks also lower cpu voltages with the above f11n bios compared to f11m.

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