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quick question, what's Auto LLC do though, just curious, haven't touched LLC at all.

It's almost the same in terms of the details I guess. Just worthy to note that this setting affects the Voltage levels the board gives under load.

I'll have to double check but it seemed to have 0.025V of variance from what you set in the BIOS under load. So 1.45 in the BIOS equates to 1.42ish under load in Windows.

I don't know what else is changed under each setting though.
post #5232 of 6492
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Can confirm i5 to 1700 gave a more fluid feel in gaming even at high fps values. Currently back on my i5 system waiting for Ryzen to mature a bit more and motherboards to get back in stock.


It is almost certainly because of the higher minimum FPS during games.
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I can tell you this much. If your power button light is not lighting up....it did not die like mine.

Pull battery toss a jumper on clear cmos unplug power. Wait a day. Try it again.

Hell even on my ASUS x370 i have just pulled battery and run it without for now.
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I can tell you this much. If your power button light is not lighting up....it did not die like mine.

Pull battery toss a jumper on clear cmos unplug power. Wait a day. Try it again.

Hell even on my ASUS x370 i have just pulled battery and run it without for now.

A day? lol
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A day? lol

The ch6 are doing same thing. I mean unless you rig something up to completely drain power. I guess you could discharge it via a little 12v bulb.

Cant help you other than that atm...board supply is short even if i was to rma would be awhile but this board needs to go back for research anyway.
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Didnt need a graph to tell. You can tell just by playing the game. Hell I watched his match for 5 minutes and I could tell its smoother at 60 hz than my core i5 760 @ 4.2 @ 60 hz.

Anyone who cant tell is ignorant. Its almost like going from 60 hz to 120 hz, only better.

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It is almost certainly because of the higher minimum FPS during games.

Yea, this. Your game now has more threads dedicated to itself instead of game threads crashing with background threads on an i5.
     
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The ch6 are doing same thing. I mean unless you rig something up to completely drain power. I guess you could discharge it via a little 12v bulb.

You don't need a day to discharge capacitors of very little Farad units. Worse case scenario, a minute or two. But normally, capacitors will be discharged in a few seconds all by themselves.
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Normally i would say yes. But with ryzen? Things are different.
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Normally i would say yes. But with ryzen? Things are different.

Stop assuming things. thumb.gif
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Assuming? The bios is on cpu. The bios on your boards is what amd allows vendors access to.

Why you think there are only 5 timings?

Stop pretending to know.
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