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Are there ANY AM4 boards (350 or 370) without all the led ****e? I appreciate some people like it, but I want a PC, not a bloody christmas tree! The case I bought has no window, but if there are good quality boards without the lights, I'll take them over lights anyday.

Seems utterly superficial as well - when you're using a pc, are you looking at the monitor or the box itself? I don't understand the appeal. Fair play to those who do, and I should qualify after that little vent that I have Asperger's so constantly flashing (or "breathing") lights will hurt my brain.

 

ASUS Prime Pro. I don't think it's completely sans, but it's quite stripped down. Most boards also allow you to switch off any LED's, so i wouldn't choose a lesser board if you're willing to spend on a high-end model, but are concerned by LED's.

 

Incidentally, my PC is sat in a place where I can frequently see my disco lightshow and I fairly exude whimsy. I freely acknowledge that it's not for everybody, but I like the option.

 
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ASUS Prime Pro.

http://www.ebuyer.com/779120-asus-amd-prime-x370-pro-am4-socket-motherboard-90mb0td0-m0eay0 this one? If so it's £149 at ebuyer right now so I may well order it tonight...
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That's the one. What lighting it does have is as minimal as you'll get from a high-end board on this platform, and ASUS makes it fairly easy to switch off. Besides that, it's about as utilitarian an X370 design as we've got.

 
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Thanks. Budget wise I'd prefer a 350 board, but this would give me the option of crossfire later on...
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DAAAYUM

Missed that completely. Off I go. Cheers lad!

This might also be relevant to the G5.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1625822/gigabyte-ga-ax370-gaming-k7-discussion/300_50#post_25993168
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Any word on mATX with x8/x8 PCI-E and SLI Support? redface.gif

 

Biostar X370GT3 Micro?

 

Edit: NVM its an x370 but its only 16x/4x


Edited by ozlay - 4/9/17 at 5:45pm
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Thanks. Budget wise I'd prefer a 350 board, but this would give me the option of crossfire later on...

Budgets the word. B350 can crossfire, board may not. B350 has a few less pcie lanes. Some boards won't have a feature you'd really like ( why are we missing usb 3.1 on some?) or lack the expansion.slot that'd make crossfire possible and as almost always "for a few dollars more" can get more of what you want...
Edited by yendor - 4/9/17 at 5:49pm
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Loosen the timings. up the vdimm, set vtt to 1/2 vdimm. default speed usually includes default vdimm of 1.2 whiel your ram is rated at speed with 1.35.. usually. As for temps when the reading is tctl temp that's the one that's 20 degrees higher.
You missed the party. LOTS of people were experiencing problems with that board especially with the release bios and the nasty self bricking. DId you flash the bios to the latest version and how's it running at stock?[/quot
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Loosen the timings. up the vdimm, set vtt to 1/2 vdimm. default speed usually includes default vdimm of 1.2 whiel your ram is rated at speed with 1.35.. usually. As for temps when the reading is tctl temp that's the one that's 20 degrees higher.
You missed the party. LOTS of people were experiencing problems with that board especially with the release bios and the nasty self bricking. DId you flash the bios to the latest version and how's it running at stock?

1001. It's sorta ok at stock. Now when I enter any timings the board cycles through about a dozen codes and then posts to the default settings. Ughhh.
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Buy one with it and turn it off, all of em can be turned off in the BIOS.


And there are some that the leds just stop working depending on bios! Lol


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ASUS Prime Pro. I don't think it's completely sans, but it's quite stripped down. Most boards also allow you to switch off any LED's, so i wouldn't choose a lesser board if you're willing to spend on a high-end model, but are concerned by LED's.

Incidentally, my PC is sat in a place where I can frequently see my disco lightshow and I fairly exude whimsy. I freely acknowledge that it's not for everybody, but I like the option.

Yeah that was going to be my first choice depending on Asrocks release and it's still between that one and an asrock when I finally decide to pull the trigger. By then all the bios issues should be worked out. smile.gif
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ASUS Prime Pro. I don't think it's completely sans, but it's quite stripped down. Most boards also allow you to switch off any LED's, so i wouldn't choose a lesser board if you're willing to spend on a high-end model, but are concerned by LED's.

Incidentally, my PC is sat in a place where I can frequently see my disco lightshow and I fairly exude whimsy. I freely acknowledge that it's not for everybody, but I like the option.

Wasn't intended to be snarky toward you in particular (my apologies if it came off that way), but the industry in general. I'm sick and tired of these overpriced glitter boxes. I want a machine that works, and that looks minimal. Absolutely NO aib's at all stepped up to the plate during the Ryzen launch which really put sand in my crotch, if you catch my drift.

Plan was always to buy the board, ensure it worked when overclocked to 4Ghz, used my TridentZ RGB B-die ram at 3200 (which I'll be turning the LED's off ASAP), and be good and happy that my machine isn't lighting up my room during late nights of gaming.
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