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I'm not worried about it. I think it will get sorted out eventually. Just reporting my findings so far (and I haven't gone very far yet...just got up and running yesterday). My memory is dual rank so I wasn't expecting much anyway.

I'm very happy with the board otherwise. It was the absolute cheapest X370 board when I first started looking, but I think the KillerSLI and Fatality K4 are slightly less now...but I wasn't keen on their pwm solution anyway.

EDIT: Oh and the GT5...same thing goes for that as the ASRock boards mentioned.
All the cheaper boards had VRM setups that I wasn't interested in...and the extra PCI-E lanes on X370 is nice to have anyway (and possibility of going SLI down the road is nice too).
All the more expensive boards didn't have enough going for them to justify the price for me. Choosing the board for this build was pretty straightforward.

EDIT2: So I just tried upping the multiplier and keeping everything else the same. Failed IBT with a crash after a few seconds at 3.9GHz, and then failed with an invalid result on the 3rd run at 3.85GHz. Looks like my very first setting might turn out to be my daily driver. Will do more extensive testing later. Credit for getting so close to being dialed in so quickly goes to all you guys and girls sharing your results over the last few weeks.

For now I'm going to try to push higher.
Edited by bardacuda - 4/8/17 at 4:56pm
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Turning on core performance boost unlocks the rest of the core speeds apparently, but also pushes the voltage over 1.5, using an offset seems to do little so it seems its still a little finicky. Has anyone here been able to keep the boost on without setting voltage to static?
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Turning on core performance boost unlocks the rest of the core speeds apparently, but also pushes the voltage over 1.5, using an offset seems to do little so it seems its still a little finicky. Has anyone here been able to keep the boost on without setting voltage to static?

Once you OC the xfr goes out the window, and thats core performance boost. That should be set to auto by default but once you OC in auto mode its disabled.
    
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@bardacuda, its ok my mem stuck at 2400 as well lol. Got my 3200 cheap so being patient.

Did u try that new DDR4 from NewEgg on sale last week? Is that stuck at 2400 also?
    
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So, turning on core
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Once you OC the xfr goes out the window, and thats core performance boost. That should be set to auto by default but once you OC in auto mode its disabled.

But that's the thing, nothing is being overclocked. I just leave it enabled and it takes my voltages to an extreme level, even with a negative offset of -0.100 it drops it close to 1.4v.
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So, turning on core
But that's the thing, nothing is being overclocked. I just leave it enabled and it takes my voltages to an extreme level, even with a negative offset of -0.100 it drops it close to 1.4v.

Well once you changed offset theoretically thats overclocking. 1.5v under xfr is normal, my 1700x would hit 1.44 when boosting xfr, the 1800x goes higher. You wanna stop it boosting just change ur multiplier to 36-37 so you have all cores at 37 instead of one at 39-41.
    
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Did u try that new DDR4 from NewEgg on sale last week? Is that stuck at 2400 also?

Ya the 4000 posted at 2933, but sent it back as it was more than double the price of the 3200 kit i got. Im sure it will hit 3200 eventually, or gskill will be sending me new memory smile.gif
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Oops I derped out in my testing. I was using too much RAM in IBT. I forgot about the quirks of running a linpack test....been awhile. It's like the Price is Right...you have to be as close as possible without going over.

IBT run:
- Speed: 170 179GFlops
- Total system draw: 258 265W
- CPU: 61.3 62.8°C, VRM: 54 56°C, Chokes: 72 76°C

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Well once you changed offset theoretically thats overclocking. 1.5v under xfr is normal, my 1700x would hit 1.44 when boosting xfr, the 1800x goes higher. You wanna stop it boosting just change ur multiplier to 36-37 so you have all cores at 37 instead of one at 39-41.

Ahh gotcha! That sure is pretty darn high considering they said the max they recommended was 1.45 ( I believe ). Thats out of their own specs lol.

Was worried I was doing something wrong and my board was pushing the chip too hard.
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Ahh gotcha! That sure is pretty darn high considering they said the max they recommended was 1.45 ( I believe ). Thats out of their own specs lol.

Was worried I was doing something wrong and my board was pushing the chip too hard.

I think thats a continuous 1.45v boosting on and off over that wont do any harm.
    
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