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EVGA was kind enough to provide an updated BIOS with the memory PPD menu option and VMax Stress menu options exposed. Both enhance performance. Disabling PPD (Power Down) improves memory latency. @tps3443has found his Z590 Dark Cinebench scores have improved and the system is more responsive with VMax Stress disabled. If you find this beneficial, please email EVGA Support and ask them to make these menu options standard on all BIOS updates. I don't understand why they haven't already done this. This is not a production release, so the BIOS will show version 0.00 but it works fine. Download: [Z590 Dark] E599_flashtool_20207T00.zip
Heatware: https://www.heatware.com/u/115464/to I have never sold anything on heatware, but I have a 100% positive feedback rating on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/fdbk...ack_profile/salesman63 Method of Payment: PayPal or Zelle Shipping: USA Lower 48 USPS Priority (included). I am open to international shipping to a HWBOT member with a solid track record and reputation. The shipping cost outside of the lower 48 continental US would not be included for free. Buyer would need to pay for shipping and any associated importy duties, VAT, etc. Item for Sale and Link to Item: EVGA Z590 Dark Motherboard (121-RL-E599-KR) - https://www.evga.com/articles/01470/evga-z590/ (I cannot find the original product sale page with details because EVGA now only lists the X570 and Z690 boards. Apparently it is no longer in stock.) Price: $425 including shipping (to lower 48 US). I would consider trading for a good used 10900K/KF with a SP90+ rating. See note above regarding international shipping. Description: This is a brand new replacement under warranty, delivered 01/22/2022 and it is a complete unused and intact retail package direct from EVGA. I went back to the Z490 Dark motherboard before the RMA, so I do not need it. The retail price from EVGA was $599.99 on the date received.