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Originally Posted by DADDYDC650 View Post

Very smart of you. I'm hoping to stick with AMD for the next 2-4 years. I'm sure it'll be a lot cheaper than going Intel if I do.

We'll see, you'd HAVE to think Intel has something BIG in store to compete. Time will tell though. rolleyes.gif
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We'll see, you'd HAVE to think Intel has something BIG in store to compete. Time will tell though. rolleyes.gif

You mean other than pushing skylake-x out the door in june? That might qualify......
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Originally Posted by yendor View Post

You mean other than pushing skylake-x out the door in june? That might qualify......

I mean let's make a 10,12,16 core consume grade non-extreme chip that costs LESS than $1000 USD that might actually innovate. biggrin.gif
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Does anyone have any solid info regarding mATX x370 boards? I'm kind of getting annoyed waiting around indefinitely - why are all manufacturers keeping so quiet? Surely it wouldn't hurt to let us know what boards they plan on releasing in the coming months?

KabyLake on the other hand has a stupid amount of boards... Asus alone have released at least 15 different boards on the z270 chipset alone. Seriously, that's like almost the total amount of boards on the entire AM4 platform from all manufactuers...
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KabyLake is an extension of Skylake so it has a head start on Ryzen platform. AMD has always played second fiddle to Intel (with a surprise now and than) so MB manufacturers probably want to make sure Ryzen succeeds to some extent. Now they seem to be a bit surprised and got late out of the gate. Besides, "A" and Athlon processors most suited for mATX are not out yet. For me, bigger surprise was installation of video output on MBs without processors to use on them. Now who the heck would stick an APU on a top end MB ?
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Originally Posted by milkguru View Post

Does anyone have any solid info regarding mATX x370 boards? I'm kind of getting annoyed waiting around indefinitely - why are all manufacturers keeping so quiet? Surely it wouldn't hurt to let us know what boards they plan on releasing in the coming months?

KabyLake on the other hand has a stupid amount of boards... Asus alone have released at least 15 different boards on the z270 chipset alone. Seriously, that's like almost the total amount of boards on the entire AM4 platform from all manufactuers...

i'm not even sure why Intel's 200 series LGA1151 boards has so many variations that its nearly pointlessly wasteful.
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Originally Posted by weebeast View Post

Asus
I finished my build yesterday using a 1700x and a taichi.

I installed 4 * 8 gb 3200cl15 ram sticks but I can only get them running on 1866mhz. Windows also shows that I can only use 16gb of the 32 gb of ram. Does your windows show you all ram as usable?

Yes all are shown usable. As long as I install gpu drivers no reboots and everything ok so far. It uses than microsoft display adapter. When i install gpu drivers of nvidia or amd it always reboot.
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Originally Posted by milkguru View Post

Does anyone have any solid info regarding mATX x370 boards? I'm kind of getting annoyed waiting around indefinitely - why are all manufacturers keeping so quiet? Surely it wouldn't hurt to let us know what boards they plan on releasing in the coming months?

KabyLake on the other hand has a stupid amount of boards... Asus alone have released at least 15 different boards on the z270 chipset alone. Seriously, that's like almost the total amount of boards on the entire AM4 platform from all manufactuers...

It is in german but you can use google translate https://www.computerbase.de/2017-03/biostar-x370-gtn-mini-itx-mainboard-ryzen-am4-update/
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Originally Posted by Tyrael View Post

It is in german but you can use google translate https://www.computerbase.de/2017-03/biostar-x370-gtn-mini-itx-mainboard-ryzen-am4-update/

yeah, i'm aware of the biostar mITX board - saw that posted on the AMD subreddit. According to a few people that contacted reps, Asrock will be releasing an mITX around mid June, and Gigabyte 2nd week of July

as far the biostar board goes - i hadn't actually ever heard of biostar until like a month or so ago. not a single retailer sells their boards in australia. and from what i've now read about biostar, most people aren't really big fans.

however these are mITX - i'm more interested in mATX
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My odd occurrence has been rectified...at least for now. I got a soft lock while playing D3 and dropping into a busy rift with others. I went ahead and reset then got into a boot loop. What makes this odd is that resets don't do this on my current OC or at least didn't. This was after close to a week of running and gaming without any issues. So I tried to up the voltage a tad and it wouldn't boot. I decided to reset everything, clear the CMOS and start from scratch and nothing would stick. Bumping the RAM to 2400 would result in another loop. Even something minor such as switching the fan control parameters would cause a smaller loop that would restart twice.

I reflashed BIOS, dropped my RAM voltage down to .0144%, and put my GPU back to stock and everything is running pretty close to what it was. (3.9 @1.3 {..ish I'm at work} / 2933).
IBT stable at very high and Cine score of around 1710. But as I said before, it was fine for a while.
Edited by HexagonRabbit - 4/24/17 at 6:44am
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