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Old 11-24-2019, 04:18 AM
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Hi, my name is Adam

I am looking for help in manually OC my system and configure my BIOS settings.

I will add information if I get any respons.

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Old 11-24-2019, 05:26 PM
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System i160

PC Case: Mini-ITX
Intake/Exhaust Fans: 140mm
Motherboard: MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon AC
BIOS: 2.QJ
VGA: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
PSU: SF600 80 Plus Gold
CPU: i9900k
MEM: 32GB DDR4-2666 XMP
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Check the ICs used on them via Thaiphoon Burner. The IC type can give you a rough idea of what OC potential you can expect and what timings to try at certain frequencies (from basic scaling characteristics).

Otherwise set 16-18-36-2T, raise the memory voltage to 1.35V and raise the memory frequency step by step until you loose stability. Then go back one or two steps and do a more thorough round of stability tests.

The MSI motherboards also have a function called Memory TryIt, that can achieve something similar.

If you are a beginner at memroy overclocking, you might want to check one or two tutorials first, that explain the basic steps and some of the pitfalls.
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