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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 know 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.

I reported and preety sure they fixxed it.

I've been hit and miss with asus (albeit, ive only had a cheapo board experience with them). The ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4 is also on my radar considering it supposedly supports 3200 speeds. The more premium boards seem to be out of stock. I may need to do some further searching perhaps. Thanks for the input.
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Depends on the straps used.

AFAIK, Even Clocks like 3200, 2666, accepts only Even CL.


Depends on the board and settings here's the only shot I could find of CL 13 on my stick most likely 2400 divider then run up with BCLK

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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

All of the watercooling stuff I had was from my 9590 rig. On my 1700, I have everything set to a quieter setting and its glorious. I didn't realize how everything was ramped up so often on my old rig until I replaced the stuff and could actually hear.

Now without my pump and fans spinning so fast, I've been quickly introduced to coil whine.
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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.

Binned close to 60 B-die kits myself (on Skylake/Kabylake). What bin you get has very little impact on the overall OC result.
My best non wazza kit comes from 3200C14 (4133 12-11-11+ on Kaby). Also have good (2nd to my best) wazza kit from the same bin.

I know you are very experienced Ocer, but trust me for B-die, XMP means very little. I've had tried almost 1 kit of every Gskill B-die spec since they came out in Dec 2015.
Edited by rt123 - 4/7/17 at 8:12am
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Originally Posted by keikei View Post

I've been hit and miss with asus (albeit, ive only had a cheapo board experience with them). The ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming K4 is also on my radar considering it supposedly supports 3200 speeds. The more premium boards seem to be out of stock. I may need to do some further searching perhaps. Thanks for the input.

Huh. Funny that a B350 board supports 3200 when the X370 Killer boards only officially hit 2933. Same manufacturer...

Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4 doesn't hit 3200 either. tongue.gif
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Huh. Funny that a B350 board supports 3200 when the X370 Killer boards only officially hit 2933. Same manufacturer...

Fatal1ty X370 Gaming K4 doesn't hit 3200 either. tongue.gif

I did notice that. There is another 370 board with the 3200 speed option, but its soldout. What exactly is the main difference between the B350 and X370 chipsets?

*nvm, Xfire/SLI support.
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I did notice that. There is another 370 board with the 3200 speed option, but its soldout. What exactly is the main difference between the B350 and X370 chipsets?

SLI is the big one, but looking at ASRock's website it does look like you'll have less control over your board since there are less sensors.

Probably wouldn't heavily overclock either since it has only 9 VRM, but something like 3.8ghz should be doable.


2nd M.2 slot is SATA only if that matters. No wifi either. Realtek ethernet vs Intel. Small stuff.

Overall it's a nice board.
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Does anyone know where to find a win7x64 driver for the onboard LAN for the asus prime pro? I downloaded all the win7 drivers from the ASUS support site, including chipset and turbolan, but windows still isn't picking it up.
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Does anyone know where to find a win7x64 driver for the onboard LAN for the asus prime pro? I downloaded all the win7 drivers from the ASUS support site, including chipset and turbolan, but windows still isn't picking it up.

Hmmm, when I installed mine I used the mobo drivers from the website... I don't remember doing anything special. Silly question, but you did extract all of them right?
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Does anyone know where to find a win7x64 driver for the onboard LAN for the asus prime pro? I downloaded all the win7 drivers from the ASUS support site, including chipset and turbolan, but windows still isn't picking it up.

tried this?

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