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Originally Posted by lightofhonor View Post

You could try redownloading, but wouldn't be surprised if it's coded to be the 4th power profile and the fact you have 4 already is giving you error. Hence me getting the same when I try to reinstall now that I have 4.
Now that makes sense to me. Stupid programmers with little minds. I see reports of other similar failures over in the ROG Crosshair thread stating failure too.
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Hate to ask again but lol, could someone just toggle between AMD balanced plan and windows balanced to check if idle volts are going up?

Im not worried about my clockrates not moving as that is related to my P state overclock, but no matter what i do in the bios AMD balanced plan is always using (far) more idle voltage than windows balanced. I get that high idle volts arent dangerous or anything , and at idle AMD power plan is only ~4w more power draw but id just still like to see "normal" idle voltage occuring.

I would write this off as a sensor bug but every single program i have on my PC shows that AMD balanced plan is using far higher voltage at idle than windows balanced is.

The reason i ask is this:
The AMD Ryzen™ Balanced power plan still permits aggressive power management. There should be little difference between the OEM Balanced and the Ryzen Balanced plan. We’re interested in your feedback!

I dont call a .2+ difference in idle voltage "little" lol. If this was one program reporting this id write it off, but i have 6 monitoring tools on my PC and they all tell me the same thing.
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Thanks for the AIO suggestions guys (sorry my question and answers I got must be 100 pages back by now). Foolishly after getting a reply from Arctic that they have AM4 brackets handy, I ordered their Liquid Freezer 240 and sent them a copy of my invoice. This was on Monday. Now, I have all the parts and the cooler, but no sign of that damn bracket mad.gifmad.gif

So, another quick question, will a dumb air cooler like cooler master T2 or T4 suffice for a week or two for the 1700x till I get that bracket? Any other suggestions that I can quickly get from Prime one-day shipping?
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Thanks for the AIO suggestions guys (sorry my question and answers I got must be 100 pages back by now). Foolishly after getting a reply from Arctic that they have AM4 brackets handy, I ordered their Liquid Freezer 240 and sent them a copy of my invoice. This was on Monday. Now, I have all the parts and the cooler, but no sign of that damn bracket mad.gifmad.gif

So, another quick question, will a dumb air cooler like cooler master T2 or T4 suffice for a week or two for the 1700x till I get that bracket? Any other suggestions that I can quickly get from Prime one-day shipping?

those coolers should be more the enough if you are not planing on doing some high voltage OC during that period^^
    
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Thanks for the AIO suggestions guys (sorry my question and answers I got must be 100 pages back by now). Foolishly after getting a reply from Arctic that they have AM4 brackets handy, I ordered their Liquid Freezer 240 and sent them a copy of my invoice. This was on Monday. Now, I have all the parts and the cooler, but no sign of that damn bracket mad.gifmad.gif

So, another quick question, will a dumb air cooler like cooler master T2 or T4 suffice for a week or two for the 1700x till I get that bracket? Any other suggestions that I can quickly get from Prime one-day shipping?

Most high end air coolers rival your basic 240mm AIO/CLC. They dissipate the same amount of TDP and therefore the temps are very similar. Even pushing a 360mm custom loop rad you won't see much of a decrease in cpu temps, GPUs are the ones that benefit massively from watercooling.
    
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I have a question for anyone with an Asus ROG Crosshair VI Hero board:

When turning on the PSU only, the RGB LED lighting on the motherboard is turned on, but I am wondering, if you install a graphics card with RGB LED lighting, will the rgb led lighting on the card ALSO turn on when flipping the ON switch on the PSU?

The reason why I am asking is that, I have an unfinished build, and never having booted up my computer (yet), having my ROG Rx 480 gfx card installed, when turning on the powersupply, the rgb led's on the card doesn't start up, like the rgb led lighting does on the motherboard. I am thinking that, the machine might have to boot up at least once, to have the RGB LEDs on the gfx card to kick in, when flipping the ON button on the powersupply.
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Most high end air coolers rival your basic 240mm AIO/CLC. They dissipate the same amount of TDP and therefore the temps are very similar. Even pushing a 360mm custom loop rad you won't see much of a decrease in cpu temps, GPUs are the ones that benefit massively from watercooling.

For these chips and even X99, that is true.

I just switched rads to a Blackice 480GTX with 4K Nidec fans. Even at full fan speed, temps don't change. tongue.gif
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For these chips and even X99, that is true.

I just switched rads to a Blackice 480GTX with 4K Nidec fans. Even at full fan speed, temps don't change. tongue.gif

Oh even on z97 and z270 there's not much difference between a 240 custom loop and air cooler, i know, i tried both haha. My NH-U14S at 1.1v would do 54°C then with a custom loop and 240mm rad it went down to like 49°C or something, after a delid and running bare die, it ran at 1.2v same temps. The mounting for bare die is less then optimal (tested with pressure paper) but it was alright. Thats package temps btw, i had one core that ran at like 43°C lol.
    
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Cant get anything above 2400mhz stable on my 1800X with MSI Titanium. Using the 3200mhz CL14 g.skill Flare X kit. Wont boot at all above 2400.

Tried leaving timings/voltage on auto and also adjusting to match the A-XMP Profile (because they dont work yet on this board). Neither would boot. Attempted both at stock CPU speeds and at 3.8ghz with a Vcore of 1.375. BIOS Version 1.3
Any advice?
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clock gen clock gen, you need a clock gen

*to the tune of sex bomb by tom jones*
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