JJ from ASUS walks you through a full overclocking guide covering how to overclock the latest Intel 9th gen K series of CPU’s. If you are wondering about which options to use in the UEFI BIOS, confused about ratios, voltages and bus clocks, load line calibration & more; worry no more as all this and more is covered in depth in this full guide. Additionally, users looking for easy ways to enable their XMP memory on Z390 motherboards or looking to automatically overclock their 9th gen K series CPUs are also covered with specific information on how to accomplish both ensuring a easy, effective and stable overclock. Take your 9th Gen CPU to 5GHz+
0:00 - Intro
1:05 - Important to consider when overclocking
2:00 - What type of overclock are we looking for?
2:10 -Starting things off and figuring out stock performance and verifying stock stability
4:20 - Programs you want to have installed when overclocking
5:41 - Understanding all core overclocking vs per core overclocking
8:30 - Taking notes when overclocking
9:45 - Start of overclocking, entering the UEFI BIOS
12:00 - Understanding new UEFI AI prediction table and how it can help you overclock and understand your CPU and cooler and what your overclocking range / recommend values should be.
12:35 - Understanding key aspects of overclocking frequencies, AVX, voltages, cache ratios and more
18:00 - Parameters in the UEFI you adjust to overclock including how to enable XMP
18:30 - Defining a 5GHz overclock step by step covering modification to multiplier (cpu ratios, voltages, llc and much more )
31:00 - Explanation of voltage types , manual / static , offset, adaptive
33:00 - Saving an OC ( Overclock ) settings screenshot inside the UEFI bios
35:00 - Getting into the OS and checking our OC , seeing how manual voltage works
37:00 - Adjusting you overclock to work with an adaptive voltage and seeing how it works
50:00 - Saving your overclock, creating a overclock profile
51:45 - Easy overclocking via ASUS Ai Auto Overclocking
PRODUCTS IN VIDEO:
Phanteks Enthoo Pro M SE – Chassis / Case - https://goo.gl/iSVVKZ
ROG Ryuo 240mm AIO cooler – CPU Cooler - https://goo.gl/Jpaune
MAXIMUS XI HERO Z390 - Motherboard - https://goo.gl/dGYRce
Intel 9th Gen 9900K – CPU / Processor - https://goo.gl/tHqHZm
T-FORCE NightHawk DDR4 – DRAM / Memory - https://goo.gl/KuetpK
Seasonic Prime Ultra 1000 Watt – Power Supply / PSU - https://goo.gl/Z6eqg6
T-FORCE RGB 1TB SSD - https://goo.gl/DSXdUQ
Samsung 970 PRO 512GB NVMe M.2 SSD - https://goo.gl/mX6Wpd
ASUS Dual GeForce RTX 2080 Ti - https://goo.gl/wwvY53
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