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But there is a difference between r5 and r7, isn't there? Regarding heat output. I am so torn. With the Asus I had such problems before and no stable system. I am curious if I have less problems with Asrock. But then the price tag! Waaaahhhh I am going crazy biggrin.gif
Yeah, R5 has lower power consumption, i just wanted to show you how the Strix heatsink performs.
Dont forget, the Prime B350 Plus is super budget choice and not good for 1800X
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Yeah, R5 has lower power consumption, i just wanted to show you how the Strix heatsink performs.
Dont forget, the Prime B350 Plus is super budget choice and not good for 1800X

Yeah but I used an 1700x with this one.

The Asrock page didn't update their drivers since februrary? Whats up with that?
https://www.asrock.com/mb/AMD/X370%20Taichi/index.de.asp#osW1064
post #2753 of 2898
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https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/68o5tj/asrock_x370_taichi_bios_update_went_really_bad/

So I just found out there is no DualBios or Bios recovery on the Taichi. And I already had problems with my Asus board regarding Bios recovery. This worries me already because with bad luck you're in another RMA process. Also the Taichi Bios looks really confusing and it resets your settings if you don't put them in in a certain order:
https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/69rhk0/asrock_x370_taichi_bios_220_it_gets_worse/

I really can't decide frown.gif

My budget says Prime X370-Pro but I don't want anymore problems.

The Taichi does have bios recovery. Also, that link you posted is from 4 months ago.
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post #2754 of 2898
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Its not really 12 iirc its 4+4 and 2+2.

Basically 4 phase doubled and 2 phase doubled.

I thought it has 6 phases. So is a x370-f better in that regard or has more?

@ManofGod1000 I know but couldn'tf find an update. But they don't seem to update their drivers on the website which is confusing to me.
Edited by monitorhero - 9/26/17 at 11:43am
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All depends if it was doubled right.

In taichis case it was.

Half the videos are old.

2T works fine.

Bios has matured alot .
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I still don't understand the difference sorry. What does doubeling mean? Would you suggest the taichi or the strix?
post #2757 of 2898
I don't suggest one brand over another.

I use Asrocks. For some they could perceive that as being biased.

Buy based on features you need.

Don't pay for features you won't use.

Best suggestion I can make.
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I don't suggest one brand over another.

I use Asrocks. For some they could perceive that as being biased.

Buy based on features you need.

Don't pay for features you won't use.

Best suggestion I can make.

Yeah that makes sense of course. But I read that with 2x16gb the Asus C6H is not working properly.

Because I already have 2x16gb G.Skill F4-3200C14D-32GVK and I want them to work. (http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?293130-Ryzen-Return-of-the-Jedi&p=5257438&viewfull=1#post5257438)

Or is that solved by now?
post #2759 of 2898
Fairly certain its been resolved on the top tier x370 boards.
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Fairly certain its been resolved on the top tier x370 boards.
Does that include the x370-f gaming?
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