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The recent version of OCCT claims to have augmented their stress testing

Still a weak test. Version 4.5 can run for like 15 minutes on my unstable OC of 4.075 @ 1.5V while Prime 29.1 will force a reboot in just a couple of minutes. Even AIDA64 Cache only test is faster.
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It has been quite a while since I had AMD setup up and running, is there a consensus about AMD ACHI drivers? Use the default Windows driver or install AMD one? I see that the chipset driver package includes the ACHI drivers but does not install them.

Pretty good. Unless you go W7, you won't need to manually install AHCI Drivers.
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

The recent version of OCCT claims to have augmented their stress testing

Still a weak test. Version 4.5 can run for like 15 minutes on my unstable OC of 4.075 @ 1.5V while Prime 29.1 will force a reboot in just a couple of minutes. Even AIDA64 Cache only test is faster.
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Originally Posted by frellingfahrbot View Post

It has been quite a while since I had AMD setup up and running, is there a consensus about AMD ACHI drivers? Use the default Windows driver or install AMD one? I see that the chipset driver package includes the ACHI drivers but does not install them.

Pretty good. Unless you go W7, you won't need to manually install AHCI Drivers.

Kind of weird on my system I'd say - Real bench stability testing< Aida 64 stability test < Cinebench R11.5 < prime 95 blend< OCCT < Cinebench R15 based on crash behavior.

Like I said.... kinda weird - wondering what that would point to as a comparitive weakness to other systems.
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Asrock branched off Asustek in 2002, later was bought by Pegatron in 2010 in exchange for IP rights and manufacturing contracts.
https://successstory.com/companies/asrock

so yeah, Asrock is, or rather was, part of Asus during it's early years.

Apparently you have an issue with the word "NOT".

It is NOT a Subsidiary of ASUS. As I stated.

I am fully aware of where AsRock came from.

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Yep I did say ASRock X370 Killer SLI/ac AM4 AMD Promontory which you quoted it too in this post:)


But things change and i pretty much went all all out cause i sold my ps4.

So got the gigabyte x370 k7 and the 1700 and the corsair vengeance 3200 memory:) should have it in 2 days:) Posted that 2 pages back but yea as you said this thread flys:)


I figured its best to go all out and spend a extra 50-60$ and get a pretty good board for future upgrades and support for cpus known support for overclocking that comes out which im sure the k7 will have sense it is their top board. Im sure a 350 board or even the x370 asrock killer would've been fine tho but my pass boards was always in the top tier boards and it probably would bother me which im sure some others would feel the same too lol

Would've got the asrock tachi but not in stock anywere...

GL, Looking forward to your results. smile.gif
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Apparently you have an issue with the word "NOT".

It is NOT a Subsidiary of ASUS. As I stated.

I am fully aware of where AsRock came from.

how is that any different?
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

The recent version of OCCT claims to have augmented their stress testing

Still a weak test. Version 4.5 can run for like 15 minutes on my unstable OC of 4.075 @ 1.5V while Prime 29.1 will force a reboot in just a couple of minutes. Even AIDA64 Cache only test is faster.
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Originally Posted by frellingfahrbot View Post

It has been quite a while since I had AMD setup up and running, is there a consensus about AMD ACHI drivers? Use the default Windows driver or install AMD one? I see that the chipset driver package includes the ACHI drivers but does not install them.
Kind of weird on my system I'd say - Real bench stability testing< Aida 64 stability test < Cinebench R11.5 < prime 95 blend< OCCT < Cinebench R15 based on crash behavior.

Like I said.... kinda weird - wondering what that would point to as a comparitive weakness to other systems.

What crashes do you get?

I have no issues running both version of CB. It's IBT that will not stabilise on me. Needs a good 0.0375V more than Prime 29.1 mad.gif
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Originally Posted by os2wiz View Post

The recent version of OCCT claims to have augmented their stress testing

Still a weak test. Version 4.5 can run for like 15 minutes on my unstable OC of 4.075 @ 1.5V while Prime 29.1 will force a reboot in just a couple of minutes. Even AIDA64 Cache only test is faster.
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Originally Posted by frellingfahrbot View Post

It has been quite a while since I had AMD setup up and running, is there a consensus about AMD ACHI drivers? Use the default Windows driver or install AMD one? I see that the chipset driver package includes the ACHI drivers but does not install them.
Kind of weird on my system I'd say - Real bench stability testing< Aida 64 stability test < Cinebench R11.5 < prime 95 blend< OCCT < Cinebench R15 based on crash behavior.

Like I said.... kinda weird - wondering what that would point to as a comparitive weakness to other systems.

What crashes do you get?

I have no issues running both version of CB. It's IBT that will not stabilise on me. Needs a good 0.0375V more than Prime 29.1 mad.gif

For instance my 4100 mhz setting will pass RB, Aida64 , 11.5 and prime blend then OCCT does the ducky quack after about 20 min and R 15 goes blackscreen.

I'll bump up the v-core and it will pass, then the same scenario repeats itself at 4125. 4150mhz requires me to dial up the voltage to 1.45+ and that takes a little finess. I've ran for a couple weeks at 4150 mhz 1.432 volts LLC 2 without crashing for my normal usage - BF1 etc.
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Hmm. I have just reinstalled W10. I will try that approach before saying good bye to my chip.

Apparently, money is needed on some things more important. Not giving away the board though. smile.gif
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Hmm. I have just reinstalled W10. I will try that approach before saying good bye to my chip.

Apparently, money is needed on some things more important. Not giving away the board though. smile.gif


I'm thinking that maybe I need to go with higher voltage and lesser V core. R 15 is quite a shock to the system as are the cycles in OCCT. I sometimes get the feeling that something is messing with me ( ocp? ) when I push 1.45 volts + though
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I'm thinking that maybe I need to go with higher voltage and lesser V core. R 15 is quite a shock to the system as are the cycles in OCCT. I sometimes get the feeling that something is messing with me ( ocp? ) when I push 1.45 volts + though

You are not yet changing OCP settings? Probably it. wink.gif

You guys have a lot to tweak with your boards. We on Giga only have a handful of things useful. redface.gif
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Hi
Just put together my first PC build and apart from a dodgy Power switch cable (using the reset button for now) it POSTed and I could get into BIOS

Then had a look around the BIOS and noted my Crucial MX300 M.2 SATA SSD was not recognised at all. The Samsung 960EVO was recognised.

I have the Samsung in M2_1 and the Crucial in slot M2_2.

Upon re-reading the manual, am I right to assume that M2_1 is the only M.2 slot that accepts SATA drives (as well as PCIe Gen3x4)? It seems the M2_2 slot only accepts PCIe Gen2x4 drives and doesn't recognise SATA M.2 drives.

If this is right, then to get both drives to work I would need to swap them over and lose the extra speed PCIe speed of the M2_1 slot. Would the PC still boot from the M2_2 slot?

Also, any suggestions on the power switch issue?
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