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post May 4 2018, 11:32 PM

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QUOTE(owikh84 @ May 4 2018, 11:04 PM)
2.0v vCore? I hope it was a typo  blink.gif
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eh typo bangwall.gif

1.18 , 1.19 , 1.20
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post May 7 2018, 10:59 AM

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Agak agak batch baru ni sedap tak oc rasa macam nak try nasib sekali lagi jer

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post May 7 2018, 11:37 AM

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QUOTE(keyo @ May 7 2018, 10:59 AM)
Agak agak batch baru ni sedap tak oc rasa macam nak try nasib sekali lagi jer
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I heard best batches for 8700K are L739 and L740 which were manufactured last year (early batches).
Anyway, I still think that it's all about draw of luck. Batch numbers don't matter.
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post May 9 2018, 05:04 PM

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Hi guys
Is aorus gaming 5 good enough for 8700k?
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post May 9 2018, 06:08 PM

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QUOTE(neverfap @ May 9 2018, 05:04 PM)
Hi guys
Is aorus gaming 5 good enough for 8700k?
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Haha im trying 5GHz on gaming 3
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QUOTE(neverfap @ May 9 2018, 05:04 PM)
Hi guys
Is aorus gaming 5 good enough for 8700k?
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Source: http://www.overclock.net/forum/6-intel-mot...ion-thread.html

AORUS Z370 Gaming 5 (RM891, same tier as ASRock's Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming K6 (RM805) and MSI's Z370 GAMING M5 (RM991).

Z370 Gaming 5 - 8+3 phases, has debug LED, 3x M.2, Wi-Fi
Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming K6 - 6+4 phases, has* debug LED, 2x M.2, no Wi-Fi
Z370 Gaming M5 - 8+2 phases, no debug LED, 2x M.2, no Wi-Fi

Gaming 5 is the best value Z370 board with the highest specs among the three.
Also, like other AORUS series it has best RGB illumination among the Z370 boards in the market.

Cons are:
1) Inaccurate voltage reading due to iTE Super I/O chip being used, rather than Nuvoton which is more superior.
2) UEFI BIOS is quite lacking behind other vendors such as ASUS and ASRock.
3) Loadline Calibration (LLC) for vDroop control offered in 3 levels only.

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QUOTE(hafiez @ May 9 2018, 06:08 PM)
Haha im trying 5GHz on gaming 3
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Wow..hardcore
Good luck!!
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QUOTE(owikh84 @ May 9 2018, 06:36 PM)
Attached Image
Source: http://www.overclock.net/forum/6-intel-mot...ion-thread.html

AORUS Z370 Gaming 5 (RM891, same tier as ASRock's Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming K6 (RM805) and MSI's Z370 GAMING M5 (RM991).

Z370 Gaming 5 - 8+3 phases, has debug LED, 3x M.2, Wi-Fi
Fatal1ty Z370 Gaming K6 - 6+4 phases, no debug LED, 2x M.2, no Wi-Fi
Z370 Gaming M5 - 8+2 phases, no debug LED, 2x M.2, no Wi-Fi

Gaming 5 is the best value Z370 board with the highest specs among the three.
Also, like other AORUS series it has best RGB illumination among the Z370 boards in the market.

Cons are:
1) Inaccurate voltage reading due to iTE Super I/O chip being used, rather than Nuvoton which is more superior.
2) UEFI BIOS is quite lacking behind other vendors such as ASUS and ASRock.
3) Loadline Calibration (LLC) for vDroop control offered in 3 levels only.
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yes i do agree on the cons #1,2,3

For the vcore, i set 1.325, but in HWiNFO showing ~1.41v

In cpuz 1.296.

How to verify this yea owikh?

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post May 9 2018, 09:29 PM

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QUOTE(hafiez @ May 9 2018, 08:02 PM)
yes i do agree on the cons #1,2,3

For the vcore, i set 1.325, but in HWiNFO showing ~1.41v

In cpuz 1.296.

How to verify this yea owikh?
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Most accurate is by measuring with a calibrated digital multi-meter (DMM).
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post May 11 2018, 09:48 PM

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Added a fan to my GIGABYTE Ultra-Gaming 2.0 VRM, temps went from 90c to 75++c. Now only dare to push it up.

Now 4.5 GHZ with max load temp of 84c during prime small FFT. This temp should be ok right ? Resit and repaste the Masterair 4 with multiple diff thermal paste also this temp, now on Kyronaught. I guess this cooler cannot <80 oc haha.

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QUOTE(king99 @ May 11 2018, 09:48 PM)
Added a fan to my GIGABYTE Ultra-Gaming 2.0 VRM, temps went from 90c to 75++c. Now only dare to push it up.

Now 4.5 GHZ with max load temp of 84c during prime small FFT. This temp should be ok right ? Resit and repaste the Masterair 4 with multiple diff thermal paste also this temp, now on Kyronaught. I guess this cooler cannot <80 oc haha.

VRM overheat on Z370 Ultra-Gaming 2.0 has also been reported in OC3D's review.

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https://overclock3d.net/reviews/cpu_mainboa...ng_2_0_review/7

Ironically, the version 2.0 is supposed to fix the same flaw found on the original release but it seems that it did not happen LOL.

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post May 12 2018, 11:57 PM

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QUOTE(owikh84 @ May 12 2018, 06:03 PM)
VRM overheat on Z370 Ultra-Gaming 2.0 has also been reported in OC3D's review.

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https://overclock3d.net/reviews/cpu_mainboa...ng_2_0_review/7

Ironically, the version 2.0 is supposed to fix the same flaw found on the original release but it seems that it did not happen LOL.
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Yeah I saw the video. Sadly I got it before the new video is out. Got it last month.

Well at least I am not aiming for 5.0 Ghz for now. 77c for the VRM seems acceptable for my case I think.





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post May 18 2018, 04:27 PM

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Guys.. My Asrock z170 pro 4 already dead. How to repair or claim warantry. Any other good mobo to oc es proc?
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QUOTE(Witchblade @ May 18 2018, 04:27 PM)
Guys.. My Asrock z170 pro 4 already dead. How to repair or claim warantry. Any other good mobo to oc es proc?
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If warranty is still valid (3 years from ASRock) I don't see why not sending for RMA.
Your second question is too general without specifying actual model of the proc etc.

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