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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.

I don't think it will light up on DC power. My light strips don't and they are connected to the board directly, so I would assume the GPU would be even less likely.
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Anyone that installed the Ryzen power plan, did you notice if your gpu is not idling down as before? I woke up this morning to higher fans spinning in the gpu, and the clocks were staying elevated mute than usual. My Nitro fury was clocked at 854 with nothing open on the desktop. The only app with cpu usage at the time was defender. I restarted the pc and the clocks settled down for a little while, but idle temps were still elevated. I had to leave for work and did not have time to investigate farther.

Haven't noticed that on my end, though I have mine sleep after an hour. I'll check on it. AMD cards should behave about the same.
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@gupsterg

I have some Micron kit here. Dual rank though. I might try them again with Giga's new BIOS.

We got new AGESA on C6H today wheee.gif , so far so good for me.

Mus1mus give @bluej511 a nudge, so he might try the new UEFI and see if he gain 3200MHz, isn't listening to me tongue.gif .
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post #8203 of 11464
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We got new AGESA on C6H today wheee.gif , so far so good for me.

Mus1mus give @bluej511 a nudge, so he might try the new UEFI and see if he gain 3200MHz, isn't listening to me tongue.gif .

Even tried 1.45 and 1.45 its instant code 15 but ill give it a go. Gonna remove the cmos battery and power cable for a while let it fully clear then ill flash it and clear cmos again then try it.
    
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You should! smile.gif

I have been dealing with that shizz trying. tongue.gif
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Oh god @mus1mus he's here, we better stop posting about him! tongue.gif .

@bluej511 perhaps try one stick mate. Just curious if new AGESA is helping or not. If I had my other CPU I would have tried it, but posted it yesterday.
Edited by gupsterg - 4/7/17 at 7:20am
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For those of you stuck at 2933 on ref clock boards i highly suggest 2933 divider and 105-106 bclk.

It has more to do with am4 advanced mem training than anything.

I have more memory on the way but for now im sticking with dual rank just because.....single rank is easy and boring to me. Dual rank is offering a challenge smile.gif
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Gskill B-die is usually the best. And there's little variation between the quality of ICs between the different bins from Gskill. I have good 3200C14 kit that's better than some 4266C19 kits. Just need to bin. wink.gif

I would not lay claim to that...

We found a very big difference between 2 speed bins.

Seems 14-14-14-3200 is one of the (weaker) bins.
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Hey guys,

should i expect to hit 3200 ram speeds on this setup?

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I have not seen the carbon in action but i have seen it being one of the most returned and on clearance at microcenter.

The asus prime x370 pro imo is the most solid well built well priced mainstream board imo.

My only gripe is since i have not tested latest bios in is imc/mem stressing i found 3200 was not up to snuff on known good 3200+ cpu and memory.

Newer bios untested but i am almost certain it was bios related...32m performance was extremely good so i think they were running a tight ship on subtimings on a rather old agesa/microcode.

I reported and preety sure they fixxed it with the newer agesa/microcode.
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I would not lay claim to that...

We found a very big difference between 2 speed bins.

Seems 14-14-14-3200 is one of the (weaker) bins.

I am yet to count this as a weak sample. At least not yet. Til a 7700K is on my table. tongue.gif
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