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Did you clear cmos after the bios update? Mine stuck after updating the bios and not clearing cmos. Give it a shot a setting is probably stuck.

well balls. no i didn't clear cmos. it's that button on the mobo itself? so, let's see you update bios through q-flash, then clear CMOS?

Really wish they put that button somewhere on the back I/O honestly, my Ryzen rig is a TV pc and it's kinda a PITA to take it out.

and i thought updating the BIOS clears everything off the table and nothing carries over, but this is not the case. some odd "stuck" settings, apparently. without clearing CMOS, that is.
     
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Thank you! Thank you!! Build is done and all good biggrin.gif

Equally surprising, I moved my boot SSD from old 2500k, R9 390 system to the new one (R7 1700x, 1080Ti), did not expect it to work at all, but Windows 10 did some magic, uninstalled all old drivers and booted me in plain no drivers mode!! (at this point I did my happy dance smile.gif) That was sooo smooth, good job W10! Also, on first post without any hard drives, was able to get my Corsair 3000 LPX on 2933, not bad.

Will try overclocking and all that jazz tomorrow. Need more case fans!

Good deal, glad it worked out for ya. I was a bit surprised also, but my 1151 socket was the same way on my Asus board. Gotta have some flex to it and allow some pressure on the cpu!
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1700 dropped to 319 today at microcenter, and 50 bucks off a board.

Just heads up.

Also ryzen 5 launches today, depending on the games tested it may go over a lot better with the youtubers (some games a ryzen 5 will smoke a 7600k etc).
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1700 dropped to 319 today at microcenter, and 50 bucks off a board.

Just heads up.

Also ryzen 5 launches today, depending on the games tested it may go over a lot better with the youtubers (some games a ryzen 5 will smoke a 7600k etc).

the difference will be more obvious this time, 4 threads just isn't enough at all for some modern games now and really needs 8 threads to suffice. this is what makes the 7700k still relevant, so to speak but not exactly for its $350 pricing though.

Now, the Ryzen 5 1600 retains a huge chunk of the MT prowess of the Ryzen 7 series, whereas the 7600k literally lost half its threads from its Hyperthreaded counterpart that just barely makes it do to look "good" in gaming to the Youtubers.

It's going to be a blood bath, the differences wasn't really too obvious to casuals with ryzen 7 vs 7700k, but now with ryzen 5 vs 7600k and let alone the locked i5s, it will be too obvious.
     
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Thats what i mean, some games are going to show a drastic advantage for ryzen cause the i5 simply does not have the cores to support the game.

I honestly cannot even think of a scenario where i could suggest an i5 over ryzen 5, sure the high clocked i5's will be faster in a lot of games (most of them) but unless that is literally all you do on your PC and dont have youtube/twitch open in the background ryzen is the no brainer choice.

I am hoping AMD sells a LOT of r5's and r3's if only so my 1700 gets better multi threaded game support lol.
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You know what time NDA will be lifted today?
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That i don't no. Just curious to see where the reviewers go with ryzen 5, i know i personally couldnt go on camera with a straight face and suggest an i5 over a ryzen 5.....but i bet at least a few of them do lol.
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post #8538 of 11707
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OK i'm confused.

The exact settings i had tuned fine for F3 on Gigabyte Gaming 5, doesn't work in F5 at all.

Namely the vcore offset. I had -0.100000 on before, i expected 1.25v or so, all works in F3, but in F5, the same exact settings i had for a month doesn't do anything. the Vcore is stuck at 1.350v and goes between 1.35-1.36v.

Everything else works, but the vcore adjustment not sticking confuses me. It's a shame because the new AGESA did improve the Cinebench score by 50 CB points or so in multithreaded.

Flash twice. smile.gif
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i think MSI stands for Massive Sata Instabilty ?

Been lurking and I apologize if this has been answered and I just haven't gotten to the post yet. I realize this is a longshot, but I have to ask, are you running a stock bclk? I'm not sure if your MB even supports it or not.. I only ask because I suffered a lot of storage unreliability as well, most of it ended up being that my Samsung 850 M.2 wasn't happy. I am at work now and can't post screenshots or confirmations, but I'm currently with an Asrock Taichi with an 1800X clocked at 4Ghz, 64GB of RAM at 2933. I initially had a lot of problems getting my storage setup stable, and suffered drives that would disappear from my system, etc. The two biggest problems I had when trying to get my system stable were trying to run my memory at 3200 and trying to run a bclk over 101. If I run my bclk at anything over 101, my 850 M.2 disappears. I doubt this will be helpful, but I do understand the frustration. I actually walked away from my prized new PC build for almost two weeks behind that.
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Been lurking and I apologize if this has been answered and I just haven't gotten to the post yet. I realize this is a longshot, but I have to ask, are you running a stock bclk?

None of the MSI boards have turbo/hyper bclk to my knowledge.

(I should have done some searching before dropping $300 on a Titanium expecting it to have everything I'd ever want mad.gif)
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