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I`m using a NoctuaNH-D15 cooler. Plenty cooling power. But with the temp readings as messed up as they are.

Ai-suite is reading a constant 59° i have a hard time setting up the fans in my system. (using fan expert 4).

I tried using Q-fan in bios. but same problem. Temperature reading is always around 60.

any tips on how to get a quiet system running? Hadnt had those problems on the X370 prime :/

Which Ryzen processor are you using? You should enable Sense Skew in bios if you're using 1700x or 1800x.
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I posted it here, that's what started the conversation about BCLK and it's effects http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/13270#post_26065709
My info was with no BLCK OCing at all, if that matters. I think the rule is rather simple with AM4: buy RAM with tight timings at high speeds, OR be aware what your memory is rated at, and set manual timings accordingly, and be wary of exceeding those like I did. That was bad!!
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Maybe the sensor is faulty? Have a DMM? Check resistance across sensor leads. Should be around 10k Ohm at 25°C/77°F. If it is way higher/lower or no contact at all, then it's faulty (or incompatible)smile.gif


Thanks ill check the resistance, perhaps they arent 10k, not a huge deal, i will probably just buy the inline aquacomputer ones once they are in stock. For now i purchased a thermal sensor plug for my rezivior i will use in the 3rd temp sensor header to at least monitor my coolant temps

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I couldn't find any at 3200CL12 but I did find one at 3600 and an AIDA shot at 3744 I do a lot of tinkering and don't always save my work.
I haven't seen anyone do CL12 @ 3200. I tried, but I ended up needing a BIOS reset. I could do 12-12-12-12-24 at 2966, but I when I tried those timings at 3200, I got black screen boot loops until I cleared the CMOS and started over, so I ended up settling for 14-14-14-14-28-1T at 3200.

I posted it here, that's what started the conversation about BCLK and it's effects http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/13270#post_26065709

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I posted it here, that's what started the conversation about BCLK and it's effects http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/13270#post_26065709

Hi,

Nothing in that post changes what he has said, as it's most likely the memory is unstable.
Thanks for the input but I didn't see any mention of stability in his post. I never claimed it was stable but it was stable enough to pass X265 on 4K which will bring a system to it;s knees.
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i found the way to light up mobo RGB with first booting (under BIOS SETTING rgb light OFF when soft off sleep hib...)
if that option is OFF then RGB doesn't work first booting unless you restart or sleep & wake etc..
this is when you choose MANUAL OC...
So, to work properly with (trident RGB xmp ram) you should choose DOCP standard OC or default or auto
then fisrt booting with rgb lit up
but in this case bus speed is 99.80 (MANUAL 100 is 99.98)
auto is 99.98
i hope next bios wili be fixed on MANUAL setting
sorry for poor english:o
Edited by arang - 5/4/17 at 9:39am
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I actually don't do many 3D benchmarks on this platform. I couldn't find any at 3200CL12 but I did find one at 3600 and an AIDA shot at 3744 I do a lot of tinkering and don't always save my work. As for 3D performance at Gen2.0 I really can't notice that much of a difference have tried some testing at BCLK 100 and I think the ram effects are more beneficial and make up for the drop in PCIe speed.




Nice biggrin.gif Such a big gain in memory performance between 3300 vs 3744!

I didnt notice this with 3200 vs 3456mhz on my test results. But i leave them bots on 14 14 14 14 34
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Hey all!

I really need a honest opinion. I bought the Gigabyte Gaming K7 and it's pretty nice, but my flare x do no boot up on the new F3 bios update in xpm so I have to use F2 for now to run them at 3200 freq as advertised. I have the option to replace the mobo with this Asus one but I do not know if I should go through the hassle of doing so.

Is it worth the change? Thanks!
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Hey all!

I really need a honest opinion. I bought the Gigabyte Gaming K7 and it's pretty nice, but my flare x do no boot up on the new F3 bios update in xpm so I have to use F2 for now to run them at 3200 freq as advertised. I have the option to replace the mobo with this Asus one but I do not know if I should go through the hassle of doing so.

Is it worth the change? Thanks!

Couldn't get the flare x kit to run 3200 on my friends c6h so go figure.
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My info was with no BLCK OCing at all, if that matters. I think the rule is rather simple with AM4: buy RAM with tight timings at high speeds, OR be aware what your memory is rated at, and set manual timings accordingly, and be wary of exceeding those like I did. That was bad!!

Once 1.0.0.5 comes out, it should be a LOT easier to get RAM to run at the rated speed. Mind you, those who bought on pre-order like myself had no way to know what RAM would work well and what would not. Cheap memory($178 at the time, $240 now) for 32GB isn't bad, and I accept that my memory isn't great, but I still hope to hit the rated 3200 once the next BIOS versions are released.
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Just got my board so expect me in the club soon. Havent gotten a chance to start the thing up yet as my case isnt in but I had a question about fan control for those of you with the board as I havent used asus fan control. Does QFan allow me to add a sensor and then adjust temps based on that? Or are my only options CPU or Mobo. I ask because Im cooling the CPU as well as 2 graphics cards so want to set fan profiles based on water temp (i figure thatd probably be best).
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