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@Reikoji

+rep for info share smile.gif .

@Brko

+rep for info share smile.gif .

I can see now how my suggestion of using motherboard AM4 backplate will not work. The Bit Tech review shows some great images, THG also did an article. I think I will add this to FAQ in my thread smile.gif .

I had assumed the screw holders were flush with mobo but they are not. Where as the way the proprietary AM3 backplate (on right below image) that ThermalRight provide in the VX BTK II allows the pillar screws to go flush with mobo.






I use Sense MI Skew: [Disabled] .

Any information you can share on:-

i) cooling solution used.
ii) overclocked or not.
iii) ambient room temperature.

1) aio liquid 240 silent mode
2) 3.9 1.375 llc 3 stable 4hour prime large passed but prime 95 temp around 74 degree
3) 20

under sensemiskew disabled, 76 temp is down, right ?
thanks
Edited by arang - 4/24/17 at 12:00am
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For anyone interested, I've started a thread to compare memory stability results on the platform. Both HCI Memtest and Google Stress App can be used.


http://www.overclock.net/t/1628751/official-amd-ryzen-ddr4-24-7-memory-stability-thread/0_40
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Been getting a weird error showing up multiple times in Windows event viewer today:

": The embedded controller (EC) returned data when none was requested. The BIOS might be trying to access the EC without synchronizing with the operating system. This data will be ignored. No further action is necessary; however, you should check with your computer manufacturer for an upgraded BIOS."

I haven't restarted in awhile but I did put the computer to sleep a few time today. BIOS 0083.
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Been getting a weird error showing up multiple times in Windows event viewer today:

": The embedded controller (EC) returned data when none was requested. The BIOS might be trying to access the EC without synchronizing with the operating system. This data will be ignored. No further action is necessary; however, you should check with your computer manufacturer for an upgraded BIOS."

I haven't restarted in awhile but I did put the computer to sleep a few time today. BIOS 0083.

Me too...

I always restart/shutdown my PC everyday.
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so is the creators update safe to install or does it still cause pauses when the system is under a stressful load?
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so is the creators update safe to install or does it still cause pauses when the system is under a stressful load?

not patched...
but i tested my intel system 4790k on creator win 10
it also happen relatively little but exists on intel system .. seems os problem
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not patched...
but i tested my intel system 4790k on creator win 10
it also happen relatively little but exists on intel system .. seems os problem
oh that's good to know. I'm glad it's not ryzen specific. i'll continue to hold off.
Edited by orlfman - 4/24/17 at 1:16am
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Is that pause issue the reason my whole system occasionally appears to lock up during IBT maximum and then resumes seconds later?
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Is that pause issue the reason my whole system occasionally appears to lock up during IBT maximum and then resumes seconds later?
If you're on creators update it could very well be. A lot of reports of people enduring random pauses when under a heavy stress test like realbench and such since creators update. Even after fresh installs.
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1) aio liquid 240 silent mode
2) 3.9 1.375 llc 3 stable 4hour prime large passed but prime 95 temp around 74 degree
3) 20

under sensemiskew disabled, 76 temp is down, right ?
thanks

I'm pretty sure Sense MI Skew: [Disabled] is the way to go. But you can make your own assessment. I used motherboard temperature sensor for this assessment. Below is from UEFI 0902.





This method of assessing what is "realistic" also work on "X" CPU, see in a reply to Serchio. You can see motherboard temperature sensor location in OP of thread in my sig.

The other thing to be aware of is the CPU sensor listed in HWiNFO under Asus Crosshair .... is Super IO chip reading tCTL from CPU. SIO CPU Sensor on UEFI newer than 0902 is tCTL+5°C, this can be removed by using an application that Elmor has posted. Link in OP of my thread as "tinkering tools", place SIO in mode 2, this mode change gets reset on reboot or resume from sleep, so I have application in startup of OS and windows task scheduler set to launch it on resume from sleep.

The SIO chips interpretation of tCTL is used for fan control, I am hoping Asus make SIO CPU sensor mode change available in UEFI so no need for application.
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so is the creators update safe to install or does it still cause pauses when the system is under a stressful load?

RB v2.54 I had pauses in OS (ie keyboard/mouse, etc) in stress mode for me, but I also believe that download of RB v2.54 was borked as when I used benchmark part for 3 loops it did 1 loop then got stuck on doing video playback in loop in multitasking test. Redownload solved benchmark issue but not tried stress mode again.

f@h ~8hrs, Memtest64 ~16.5hrs, IBT AVX maximum ~24 loops, 3DM13 FS/TS benches did not note any pauses/issues, clean install of W10C.
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