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post #1661 of 1961
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Originally Posted by Ark-07 View Post

Thanks to everyone for the support during my issue with my asus motherboard Im currently putting a case together against them or to get my money from the retailer or a new asus motherboard from asus.

To better things I bought another GIGABYTE motherboard the GIGABYTE Z170x Gaming 7 http://www.gigabyte.com.au/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5481#ov
After my first experience trying another motherboard maker and getting a scratched and bent CPU pin motherboard from asus, I will never use another motherboard brand besides GIGABYTE.
My last GIGABYTE motherboard lasted 4 years and still works, like my old one my motherboard temperature never goes over 28degrees unlike the asus one hitting 50degree temps sometimes and my experience with the asus motherboard disc installing whatever it wanted while been glitchy and making it hard to remove that software, makes me appreciate the ease of GIGABYTES software quality in my personal opinion. Perhaps I had these issues because of the motherboard from asus been broken on purchase but I dont care anymore, I even got my thread about this issue shutdown on their website by a member of this forum who is a "Super" moderator on their website. Where as other people with similar threads got far better treatment then me from my google searches. I'm glad this issue is over I will simply ignore anything with the asus brand name in the future.

I have a few questions however I'm currently running @4.5ghz overclock on my 6700k @1.272 volts, prime95 tests (1hour max stress test) passed no system crashes over the last 48hrs expect my PC had restated once 4 hours ago, I don't know why. Should I leave it at that speed or only go into that speed when I am gaming? Thankfully the gigabyte software for doing this looks good

One of my water cooler fans on the radiator is rattling it sounds like the old sounds the orange light would make when the hard drive was working hard on old pc's, I was going to put some olive oil on it as I don't have wd40 or anything of that type is this safe? That said where that fans sitting I don't want it dripping oil into my system so should just replace the fan instead?

The system fan connector for the actual water cooler is running @1800rpm all the time is this the usual speed it should? Also how can I be sure its getting the full 12volts for maximum performance? Ive also read that plugging it directly to the power supply is something you can do but the information on it is conflicting on whether its good or bad. http://www.corsair.com/en-au/hydro-series-h105-240mm-extreme-performance-liquid-cpu-cooler

I guess I'm a little thankful for the asus problem the constant visits to the store made me get a new c70 case, water cooler and fans. From the images below is that how the water cooler tubes should generally sit? All that said thanks once again, my next upgrade is in 6months so I'll get all those nice looking custom cables for my system then, I still love my rig however. thumb.gif

I forgot to mention the sound quality on this motherboard is amazing Ive never heard anything so clear! biggrin.gif








wd 40 isn't safe. and there are plenty of great mobo companies out there.. asus is fine. bent pins happen. I never got one from anyone though

and bent pins are usually the sellers fault
post #1662 of 1961
I know for a fact I didn't bend those pins, when placing the CPU onto the motherboard I move like a turtle concerning why my system crashed I found the following information using whocrashed sucks because malwarebytes is great, so glad its not another hardware issue I'm off to bed will update fan issue later today.

On Fri 19/02/2016 6:13:39 PM GMT your computer crashed
crash dump file: C:\WINDOWS\memory.dmp
This was probably caused by the following module: mwac.sys (mwac+0x90BF)
Bugcheck code: 0xC2 (0x7, 0x126C, 0x83E0C48, 0xFFFFE000083E0B18)
Error: BAD_POOL_CALLER
file path: C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\mwac.sys
product: Malwarebytes Web Access Control
company: Malwarebytes Corporation
description: Malwarebytes Web Access Control
Bug check description: This indicates that the current thread is making a bad pool request.
This appears to be a typical software driver bug and is not likely to be caused by a hardware problem.
A third party driver was identified as the probable root cause of this system error. It is suggested you look for an update for the following driver: mwac.sys (Malwarebytes Web Access Control, Malwarebytes Corporation).
Google query: Malwarebytes Corporation BAD_POOL_CALLER
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post #1663 of 1961
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Originally Posted by Ark-07 View Post

Thanks to everyone for the support during my issue with my asus motherboard Im currently putting a case together against them or to get my money from the retailer or a new asus motherboard from asus.

To better things I bought another GIGABYTE motherboard the GIGABYTE Z170x Gaming 7 http://www.gigabyte.com.au/products/product-page.aspx?pid=5481#ov
After my first experience trying another motherboard maker and getting a scratched and bent CPU pin motherboard from asus, I will never use another motherboard brand besides GIGABYTE.
My last GIGABYTE motherboard lasted 4 years and still works, like my old one my motherboard temperature never goes over 28degrees unlike the asus one hitting 50degree temps sometimes and my experience with the asus motherboard disc installing whatever it wanted while been glitchy and making it hard to remove that software, makes me appreciate the ease of GIGABYTES software quality in my personal opinion. Perhaps I had these issues because of the motherboard from asus been broken on purchase but I dont care anymore, I even got my thread about this issue shutdown on their website by a member of this forum who is a "Super" moderator on their website. Where as other people with similar threads got far better treatment then me from my google searches. I'm glad this issue is over I will simply ignore anything with the asus brand name in the future.

I have a few questions however I'm currently running @4.5ghz overclock on my 6700k @1.272 volts, prime95 tests (1hour max stress test) passed no system crashes over the last 48hrs expect my PC had restated once 4 hours ago, I don't know why. Should I leave it at that speed or only go into that speed when I am gaming? Thankfully the gigabyte software for doing this looks good

One of my water cooler fans on the radiator is rattling it sounds like the old sounds the orange light would make when the hard drive was working hard on old pc's, I was going to put some olive oil on it as I don't have wd40 or anything of that type is this safe? That said where that fans sitting I don't want it dripping oil into my system so should just replace the fan instead?

The system fan connector for the actual water cooler is running @1800rpm all the time is this the usual speed it should? Also how can I be sure its getting the full 12volts for maximum performance? Ive also read that plugging it directly to the power supply is something you can do but the information on it is conflicting on whether its good or bad. http://www.corsair.com/en-au/hydro-series-h105-240mm-extreme-performance-liquid-cpu-cooler

I guess I'm a little thankful for the asus problem the constant visits to the store made me get a new c70 case, water cooler and fans. From the images below is that how the water cooler tubes should generally sit? All that said thanks once again, my next upgrade is in 6months so I'll get all those nice looking custom cables for my system then, I still love my rig however. thumb.gif

I forgot to mention the sound quality on this motherboard is amazing Ive never heard anything so clear! biggrin.gif

Sorry to hear of your issues with Asus. They have been nothing but great for me! 5 motherboards and counting. Glad Gigabyte is serving you well though. If you had one before and were happy you shouldnt have changed! Im a stickler for sticking with a company until they do me wrong. thumb.gif

1. I would double check to see if your fan is tight but then replace if its still noisy as has already been said. I would recommend Noctua fans if you want quality. They do 2000rpm ones now that are black too.
If its a Corsair one and still under warranty you should be able to get it replaced no issues. Corsair are very good in my experience. They even replaced my Mechanical Keyboard 2 months out of Warranty and gave me an upgraded version!

2. What cooler do you have? is 7 total fans total not overkill? I have found very little need in Push/pull configs, especially for your OC.

3. Personally I think Corsair Link is terrible. With Asus I use the mobo fan header for cpu and use the BIOS software. Its excellent. I cannot comment on Giga though.

4. I would personally stay away from in windows overclock software. Learn how to do it via Bios. It will take time but a 4.5ghz OC will be a breeze on any board imo. While I cannot comment on Gigabytes software I personally would stay away from all in windows OC software for Ram, Cache and CPU.

5. I would never use WD40 inside my case, or Olive oil for that matter.

6. 1 Hour stress test with Prime 95 is a pointless test for stability. You may aswell not bother. Goto the Skylake OC thread in my sig and read Darkwizzie's guide. If you want to use Prime for stability testing then do it right, 90% ram Blend. All tests (8-12hours). Saying that Prime95 is super overkill for the majority of people. If your only gaming and not OCD like me then youd be fine with 8 hour real bench and 50 x264 encodes. I require 1.36v to do 50 encodes and 8 hour real bench at 4.7 but I need 1.375 to pass 12 hours of prime.
Edited by llantant - 2/19/16 at 11:37am
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post #1664 of 1961
Gigabyte has the App Center and a program called SIV with really nice fan control for all the headers. I use the bios to set fans to silent mode, then use SIV to set the profiles I want while using the PC.
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post #1665 of 1961
Yeah i use SIV its awesome but i find I have to calibrate everytime on start up then setup my custom fan setup. Concerning the fan problem I tightened all the screws and there's no more rattling thankfully. As for your positive with experience with Asus, sadly mine was so bad I will never buy from them again. I have a number of close friends whom I now build their pc's for them and repairs they need. I'm glad i went through this with asus I would of been even more mad if it was them that got that faulty motherboard making me look stupid.

As for the stress testing I always follow this persons guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pL_n5l4gWU that video is for a asus motherboard the one that failed me but he also has a gigabyte version and hes overclocking guides so far for me have been great. Its been three days with one crash because of malwarebytes and about 16 hours game time, I'm pretty confident that this 4.5ghz overclock will hold but I still wonder if I should only do this when gaming that said processor is 28degress on idle, 47 degrees under game load and 55degress on prime95 tests using the guide I linked.
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post #1666 of 1961
That's odd that you're having that problem. My fans go to my set profiles as soon as SIV loads up into the system.
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post #1667 of 1961
Do you have gigabyte oc guru also installed? I had the issue after that I think.
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post #1668 of 1961
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Originally Posted by Ark-07 View Post

Yeah i use SIV its awesome but i find I have to calibrate everytime on start up then setup my custom fan setup. Concerning the fan problem I tightened all the screws and there's no more rattling thankfully. As for your positive with experience with Asus, sadly mine was so bad I will never buy from them again. I have a number of close friends whom I now build their pc's for them and repairs they need. I'm glad i went through this with asus I would of been even more mad if it was them that got that faulty motherboard making me look stupid.

As for the stress testing I always follow this persons guide https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7pL_n5l4gWU that video is for a asus motherboard the one that failed me but he also has a gigabyte version and hes overclocking guides so far for me have been great. Its been three days with one crash because of malwarebytes and about 16 hours game time, I'm pretty confident that this 4.5ghz overclock will hold but I still wonder if I should only do this when gaming that said processor is 28degress on idle, 47 degrees under game load and 55degress on prime95 tests using the guide I linked.

I do not think that is a very good overclocking guide.
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post #1669 of 1961
So I just played my first game on my updated Skylake rig (Chair Force II in my signature) and after a couple matches of Battlefield 4 the hottest my CPU got was 58 C. Is that normal for stock speeds? I'm on a Corsair H115i.
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http://imgur.com/WhxbHYC

thats my overclock on my i5 6600k with a cooler master hyper 212 evo.
its that safe for daily use?
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