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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

I bet its that ******* temperature offset. Id say disable senceMI in bios and maybe that helps.

Sure, I have Sensemi disabled, my CPU cooler is a CoolerMaster Nepton 280l.

Sometimes this kind of problems cause frustration in the customers. My last PC was and AMD FX-8350 + ASUS Crosshair V Formula, never have problems.

This six months my Ryzen system suffered the fans issue and the cold bug, because a lived in a town where the electricity service is very bad.
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Originally Posted by kaseki View Post

These settings are in the 9920 BIOS, and perhaps a few earlier ones.

'aight, thank you - appreciate the reply.
Any idea about how much those 'missing' settings might cost me? As stated above, 3333 MHz threw off errors.

@gupsterg pointed out the location. As for effect, I think that they make a difference when operating at 3200 MT/s or above. I didn't rigorously experiment with them; rather tried a few of reportedly successful values by others, such as Ramad, harry sun, 1usmus, etc. Apologies if I have forgotten which of the usual suspects were also important contributors.
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So I've gathered two things

1.) I still have to to run tras 30 and gear down mode enabled to boot and run with no errors in memtest86+

2.) apparently asus aura is causing the delayed load of windows explorer and and the occasional page fault blue screen problem I've been experience with the fall creators update as having the the system rgb turned off rectifies it. in review aura might be part of the problem but it so far does not seem like the solution

second edit: so it appears live protection as a part of my spybot antivirus is what has been causing the sign in and windows explorer delays. which is really annoying might I add as thats part of the suite that I pay for. going to do a bit more testing to see if there are any other culprits that need to be weeded out

either way here's my new results no other settings changed


Edited by LightningManGTS - 10/22/17 at 10:04am
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Originally Posted by cjrb007 View Post

People and friends, I have to ask you why some times I power on my PC (Asus crosshair vi hero + AMD Ryzen 1800X) and the fans runs at max rpm, windows 10 start and then shutdown the PC...

I'm using 1701 bios.

Thanks in advance.

i updated to 1701 and now and then when playing pubg my pc goes black screens. sometime videocard fans go crazy, sometime doesnt and i get black screen with some trrr sound, and get no signal, but still i can talk with friends on teamspeak, but that onl for few seconds and not always.
I gave tpu memtest a goand it hang on the first run, did not on second..
no idea what it is, maybe the psu.
It can be anything, cpu, motherboard, ram, psu...


btw is it possible to flash older bios version on the ch6?
Edited by 1M4TO - 10/22/17 at 9:16am
post #28835 of 29899
ok. it turned out the q-code 90 with vga led and non booting system was because of the CPU. i had not send back my segfault 1700 cpu until now and tried this cpu with a following bios flash and clear cmos and the system was booting again.
So it looks like my 1700 1733SUS CPU got fried out of nowhere. i had a mild OC of 3925MHz with fixed voltage of core 1.35000V and SoC 1.10000V. with LLC on level 2 i had core spikes at 1.395000V and SoC at 1.137000V. could it really be that the newer batch (1733SUS) got fried because of this voltages or did i have bad luck and got a faulty CPU again? i`m afraid to OC the replacement by amazon again if it could be the newer batch can`t handle the voltages which should be more then safe with the actual informations from asus and amd.
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Does enabling relaxed edc throttling give better performance in games or should i disable it so i can overclock a bit further.
post #28837 of 29899
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Originally Posted by jajo42 View Post

did you find a solution? did you RMA your c6h?

i have the same q-code and vga led out of nowhere.
OC was stable and voltages in the very safe zone. while watching youtube the display went black and after reboot i got the code 90 with vga led.
i tried nearly all of the above steps with no success. one problem is that i have no other video card to test.
now i`m in the dilemma if i should RMA the c6h or test with other components where i have no idea how to get them temporarily.

Hello, it was confirmed as faulty CPU.
Motherboard and RAM OK, so i would start from CPU.
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I figured my issue out on the ramping up my fans after sleep. I had a PWM fan that was set on DC in the BIOS so I could use the fan shut off feature. Once I moved it back over to PWM, knock on wood no more ramping fans after it wakes up.

I hope that helps someone.
Edited by XEKong - 10/22/17 at 11:42am
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Originally Posted by DarkLordThe1st View Post

Not sure how well it will work for you but i've heard of people using the Samsung driver for their drive if own vendor didn't provide it
You can try this one http://www.samsung.com/semiconductor/minisite/ssd/product/consumer/960evo.html

installed it and it looks like samsung's driver ignores "go to sleep" commands and "nvme idle timeout" setting.
i can tell because temperature readings of the drive increased over 10 degrees celsius.
so this driver would be no different to me than simply changing "nvme idle timeout",
but as a side effect dpc latency actually is better with it so i'm keeping it.

and i know i may sound like a broken record but:
can you guys tell me if you see your NVME SSD listed in BIOS section Advanced->NVME Information
and SMART counters for it under Advanced->HDD\SSD Smart Information?

i'm trying to determine if my new drive is defective and that would help.
i'm kinda hoping it's the same for everyone else using samsung and just no one else noticed.
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Any experience with the infamous Q-Code 8 only when overclocking?

 

Default CPU Clocks and RAM @ 2133mhz is perfectly fine when stress testing with ASUS RealBench

 

1700X with 16gb (8x2) Corsair Dominator 3200

Latest C6H 1701 BIOS

Windows 10 Pro

EK Supremacy EVO CPU Block (Possible Gasket Issue? Boots perfectly fine)

Crossfire AMD FURYX 

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