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Yea at 3.8 hwinfo64 shows 126w peak, in games its about 30-50w as well though. So in gaming theres no difference. Mine doesnt even get hot haha. Tctl shows 47°C, cpu shows 52°C. And its on par about where it was before, used to peak at 70°C or so and now it sounds JUST right with the offset already built in.
We all do, some of us can hit 3200mhz some get it to 2933. I think its people that leave the pc on it hasnt reset. Others who do cold boot we can't get 3200mhz.

guess i'll wait a week or two to see what everyoen says about flare x. but the cas 14 flare x sold out everywhere.
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So, I'm back on an C6H. Since the bricking issue is resolved and the G7K is objectively so much worse, I felt like this was the right route to go. 3rd time's a charm, I guess.
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Wow asrock Atuning is the first program ive used that reads CPU volts correctly and confirms indeed everything was reading it at exactly 50%.

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If you contact Mumak in this thread, from the data of the Atuning SW you give him and running HWiNFO in DEBUG mode he can improve HWiNFO for support on Asrock mobo wink.gif .

I had adjusted HWinfo to double the vcore number smile.gif

The issue may be ASRock since CPU-Z says the same for me. They may not want to fix it until ASRock says they won't fix it.
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So, I'm back on an C6H. Since the bricking issue is resolved and the G7K is objectively so much worse, I felt like this was the right route to go. 3rd time's a charm, I guess.

Objectively as declared by which motherboard experts xD? You?

Think you mean subjectively. Also G k7 (not g7k) is the newest of all the x370's and the least updated.
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I had adjusted HWinfo to double the vcore number smile.gif

The issue may be ASRock since CPU-Z says the same for me. They may not want to fix it until ASRock says they won't fix it.

Ahh, cool smile.gif .

No idea what's Asrock are doing, but when you run HWiNFO in DEBUG and show a side by side compare of manufacturer SW Martin can suss out how to make HWiNFO work better with DBG file/info.

The other thing I have noted is, for example on the C6H the way HWiNFO was accessing Asus EC was issue, Martin then liaised with Asus and solved the issue.
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Objectively as declared by which motherboard experts xD? You?

Think you mean subjectively. Also G k7 (not g7k) is the newest of all the x370's and the least updated.

right, gk7, bit must have flipped ^^
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Good deals going on at Microcenter right now.

30 dollars off if you get the 1700 with a compatible motherboard. 50 dollars off if you get 1700X and 1800X with a compatible motherboard.
Plus the 1700X is also discounted to 370 dollars, so with the 50 dollar discount that's effectively 80 dollars of your CPU+Motherboard set.

Also Microcenter seems to have a decent availability of motherboards, my local store has the C6H, MSI Titanium, Gigabyte Gaming 5 and Asus Prime X370.
Edited by AiiGee - 3/22/17 at 11:55am
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Actually microcenter has always done that. In fact the usually also discount the processors, that is why i ordered from newegg this time because no tax. Saved me an hour drive lol.
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Good deals going on at Microcenter right now.

30 dollars off if you get the 1700 with a compatible motherboard. 50 dollars off if you get 1700X and 1800X with a compatible motherboard.
Plus the 1700X is also discounted to 370 dollars, so with the 50 dollar discount that's effectively 80 dollars of your CPU+Motherboard set.

Also Microcenter seems to have a decent availability of motherboards, my local store has the C6H, MSI Titanium, Gigabyte Gaming 5 and Asus Prime X370.

I wish I had your store. Would solve a lot of my issues.

I hate ordering like buying in person. need ch6 and a gaming 5 replacement.
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Actually microcenter has always done that. In fact the usually also discount the processors, that is why i ordered from newegg this time because no tax. Saved me an hour drive lol.

I would prefer to drive an hour that wait for shipping biggrin.gif
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