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Just updated to Creator Win 10, same issue with freezes when cpu is taxed. It is like the desktop loses focus and is locked out. Looks like Microsoft will need to fix this.

Have the same issue. So glad to see im not alone though smile.gif
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Yes, a 960 EVO.

Also experiencing the same problem with RealBench (and OCCT LinPack) and using a 960 EVO as system drive with a freshly installed Windows 10 Creators Update + all windows updates. I've also installed the samsung nvme driver + amd chipset drivers etc from the asus support website. Something I also noticed is that whenever these freezes start happening the Q-code changes from 24 to 44 and stays at 44 until reboot.
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Is this a read bug? My BLK is set to Manual in the BIOS but its seems to be changing, i noticed it went up to 120 last night too! (showed 4.6 clock smile.gif)

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Is this a read bug? My BLK is set to Manual in the BIOS but its seems to be changing, i noticed it went up to 120 last night too! (showed 4.6 clock smile.gif)


Yeah, these values might be inaccurate due to the way they are determined.
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Will we ever see a bios udate that will allow single rank hynix 3000mhz ram to be overclocked to 3200mhz or more? Seems like it is impossible to theese ram of mine stable at anything "but" 2933mhz :-(
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Question - I have Thermalright Venomous X and I have AM4 bolt-thru kit.

Should I remove stock backplate from MBO's behind to install VX or no?

I'm assuming they sold you TRUE BTK and FOC AM4 backplate/topplate?

As what is normally with Thermalright Venomous X would not work with just the FOC AM4 backplate/topplate.

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IMO if use the pillars marked in red (turned upside down) they should work and then just use appropriate screws from TRUE BTK.

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I have a lot of TR stuff kicking about at the moment.

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Will we ever see a bios udate that will allow single rank hynix 3000mhz ram to be overclocked to 3200mhz or more? Seems like it is impossible to theese ram of mine stable at anything "but" 2933mhz :-(

Have you tried BCLK overclock? I have Samsung B Die G-Skill TridentZ 2x16GB and I can't boot at anything over a 2666MHz strap but I can run at 3200MHz if i increase bclk to 120mhz. The microcode update coming from AMD in May should address these issues, but until then, try a bclk overclock. For reference, I am running two 1070s in SLI at GEN3 and a 960 EVO m.2 drive in GEN3 as well with 120 bclk with no issues.
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Is this a read bug? My BLK is set to Manual in the BIOS but its seems to be changing, i noticed it went up to 120 last night too! (showed 4.6 clock smile.gif)



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Yeah, these values might be inaccurate due to the way they are determined.

1hr run of RB on W10 Creators Edition seems same as W7 with other stability testing.





It's like some "setups" are more susceptible to erroneous BCLK values.
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Also experiencing the same problem with RealBench (and OCCT LinPack) and using a 960 EVO as system drive with a freshly installed Windows 10 Creators Update + all windows updates. I've also installed the samsung nvme driver + amd chipset drivers etc from the asus support website. Something I also noticed is that whenever these freezes start happening the Q-code changes from 24 to 44 and stays at 44 until reboot.

I was having problems with a SATA ssd being reset and freezes. That seems to have been fixed by allowing hot swap, but I also get the code 44 change that stays until reboot.
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@gupsterg My double/Triple boot issues were there from day 1. All Stock settings, even with 0902.
Have tried disabling CSM, higher soc, higher Dram voltage, higher VBoot.

It gets to the CPU(red)Led in a few seconds, reboots -> gets there again, but spends a bit more time there, reboots, spends the same amount of time(maybe a couple secs. more) & then finally moves on to the VGA led(white) & I can see the post screen.
It takes about 30-40 secs. to post! sad-smiley-002.gif
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