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My fans go haywire with the new bios, does anyone have a fix for this? I'm unable to roll back to 1002 because a message pops up stating that's not a proper bios.
Should never have updated... mad.gif

 

What do you mean when you say "a message pops up stating it's not a proper bios"? If you're talking about the "Evaluation Version" popup text when you have logo off and fast boot off, that was on the bios my board CAME with, so that's not an issue. It just shows how fast AMD pushed the board makers to put these out, they're still essentially beta.

 

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ye but 70c ?? GPU must be at 90 and case must have like 0 ventilation !!!

 

Furmark is a nasty evil power virus, so...it certainly could depending on the card, even with ventilation, what card is it?

 

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Thanks. Did a real quick OC following your post and works like a charm. Well done! +1 thumb.gif
Cool Thanks... So I'm currently running 4.0GHz, 3466c14 130 bclk on the ram (it is in the txt file I posted) and when I tested it vs 3200c14 it did not perform better (aid memory bandwidth test and via latency metrics). Been up to 3600c15 but that has yet to pass GSAT.
It's a fun little 6 core! thumb.gif

 

You have a 1600 or 1600x? I love my 1600 so far.

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4.0 has (so far) been up at 1.425-1.435V. Looks to be approx 10mV per core (as usual redface.gif). Until I put it under water 4.025 has been my ceiling.
bclk divider allows you to affect, or not, the peg/dmi (or what ever it is called on this platform) separately from the cpu clock. Like Strap on other platforms.

 

Youch. JPM that's really pushing the limits on voltage as per AMD, as in 1.425 is it, and if it's spiking above that....be careful. Buildzoid said in a video he'd bad a friend of his who'd been running his 1800 at 1.5v solid since he got it have the chip having noticeably degraded, and he'd run it that way perhaps 300 hours, so 1.5 definitely does some life shortening, and you're edging close to it. It's your chip though, so as long as you know and accept the risk...

post #15582 of 17159
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PCH ?? Never seen it go pass 55 on my system with extra volts on eee Everything . Does not sound normal to me.

Anyone else ?? Maybe bad sensor readout ??

My VRM idles and 54 and only goes up from there on load/gaming. I believe I have adequate cooling, so not sure why its that high...
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My VRM idles and 54 and only goes up from there on load/gaming. I believe I have adequate cooling, so not sure why its that high...

Im idling about 36°C and thats only because its 27°C in the room (hot day in Southern France today, not good for PC temps), my PCH is at 46°C as well.
    
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post #15584 of 17159
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My VRM idles and 54 and only goes up from there on load/gaming. I believe I have adequate cooling, so not sure why its that high...


Under load llc2 400hz pumping 1.438 that pulls 185w under ibt. Max i seen is 56.

Guess u got no ventilation around vrm??

I got 1 and out fans bu cpu/vrm section with external cpu loop.
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Anyone having a problem running 3200 with F4-3200C14D-16GFX
post #15586 of 17159
Hello!!
@Elmor
I have installed 1201 Bios, but, why my bus speed is under 100 mhz?


All speed and Vcore are in auto. Is like XFR doesn't exist frown.gif
In 1107 bios was 100x 37 =3700 mhz, now is 37 x 97 = 3600 and very fluctuating...
why this?

Thanks!
post #15587 of 17159
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Hi friends motherboard PCH temperature goes up to 70 degrees FunMark test and games Is this normal?( Graphic Cards Temprature full load 71 degrees) Please help me frown.gif

System Configuration:Asus Crosshair Vi Hero - Ryzen 1700x-Asus Strix Gtx 1070-Corsair H115i-Evga 850G2-Kingston 2133mhz 16Gb Ram-Nzxt S340-Corsair Af120 Dual Pack Case Fan

I've had a similar situation with my PCH being at about 65°C at IDLE load, and up to 73°C during games.

The problem was mainly due to the GPU that is plugged in the PCIEX8_2 slot and not the PCIEX16/X8_1 and which produce a lot of heat on the PCH.

My GPU is a MSI 1060, and when IDLE it was at about 60°C, and no fans were running.
Then my airflow wasn't great in my case, and that contributed to the PCH going high in temperature.

Now I've changed my fan curve on the GPU to always spin at about 650 RPM when below 60°C (and is still 100% silent), and the case fans to more more air than the CPU + GPU fan.
This then bring my PCH at a 58°C when IDLE, but it still goes to the 73°C when playing.

As confirmed by @Raja@ASUS on the ASUS forum the temperature is normal and is nothing to worry much about wink.gif
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post #15588 of 17159
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Originally Posted by Emeeazy View Post

Anyone having a problem running 3200 with F4-3200C14D-16GFX

Nope, I have had mine up to 3404.
post #15589 of 17159
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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

ye but 70c ?? GPU must be at 90 and case must have like 0 ventilation !!!

In my case, PCH = 70 ºC at load (games), now (writting here) from 43º - 57ºC. I think about low airflow case or much load (cards in PCI buses and HDs connected). T room = 26ºC (28ºC T ambient).
Edited by R71800XSS - 5/17/17 at 10:40am
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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

Furmark is good for 1 thing. Melting down TIM on GPU for few minutes thats it. It turns GPUS in to house warmers :d

My 980ti with no power limit draws over 400w on it biggrin.gif

That is starting to be my thoughts on IBT with Ryzen. I don't know if I will give it any credit anymore. I used to consider my system stable only if it passes the 5 stress tests I use, the usual ones, but with Ryzen to pass IBT you either need to drastically increase voltage or downclock. It just heats up the CPU ridiculously about 10-20C higher than any other stress test and I think I am just going to choose to ignore it from now on. Passing every other stress test, games, and daily work is good enough for me, but I used to be a purist. Maybe if someone makes RBT I will take it into consideration, lol
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