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A 360 is decent for a 1700x 130w chip thats OCed, depends how many fans you got, static pressure, fan speed etc etc. Mine at 1.199vcore under load peaks at like 50°C, maybe your offset isn't reading right, if your tdie is 20°C cooler or so then thats right temp. I have a 360 and 240mm on mine with the 360 being in push/pull fans at 1100rpm.

And the jet plate should be the same as the lga 115x but the insert needs to be j2 i believe. Its in the owners manual, i just used the am3 one and seems to work just fine.

I'm using the I2 J2 setup. Which was the recommended setup in the manual before i realized the manual was outdated =/ seems online reading says that's still good.

I was giving my tdie temp of 77.5 under full load. I have the varder fans pushing through the 360 from the outside front of case. While more fans might help, i feel like the water temp isnt warm, just the chip. You would think grabbing the water lines on a chip that how would at least feel warm.
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I'm using the I2 J2 setup. Which was the recommended setup in the manual before i realized the manual was outdated =/ seems online reading says that's still good.

I was giving my tdie temp of 77.5 under full load. I have the varder fans pushing through the 360 from the outside front of case. While more fans might help, i feel like the water temp isnt warm, just the chip. You would think grabbing the water lines on a chip that how would at least feel warm.

Water temps rarely break 35° on my Intel setup so dont use that to gauge anything.

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I'm using the I2 J2 setup. Which was the recommended setup in the manual before i realized the manual was outdated =/ seems online reading says that's still good.

I was giving my tdie temp of 77.5 under full load. I have the varder fans pushing through the 360 from the outside front of case. While more fans might help, i feel like the water temp isnt warm, just the chip. You would think grabbing the water lines on a chip that how would at least feel warm.

The zmt tubing is the same i use on my custom loop, its quite thick you wouldnt be able to tell much feeling it. A 1/4" sensor to plug into the rad or anywhere near water would tell you better temps. Mine with a case ambient of 24°C (its warm in southern france and have no ac and a slight breeze at night, not opening my blinds fully got mosquitoes here) under load cpu/gpu it reaches around 30-31°C, when its cooler it barely nudges 26°C.

I haven't tried a higher voltage though so i'm sure mine would reach into the high 50s or 60s with 1.4v. It runs the same temp as my 4690k did with the same voltages so idk a bit weird. Unless my temps are really off but my water temp is the same on both builds.
    
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What issues? The only issue I know of is the bad bios shipped on early boards, a new bios was released, problem solved.

Ryzen officially supports ddr4 2666.

If you run the cpu stock, with supported memory, there are no issues. Everything works and it is stable.

.... So what is your beef?

Oh please. Stop being an apologist for the corporations. I bought corsair 3200 memory that was listed as supported and I still cannot run 4x8 beyond 2400. No one seems to know what the true temperature of the cpu is. Fan control is frustrating, Aura is untamed to say the least, weird things happen constantly to my system clock, and my hard disk list is forgotten on a constant basis. I understand I'm an early adopter, it's still a nice board, but I dropped several hundred dollars and both AMD and Asus owe us. Instead it sounds like Asus is circling the wagons and stopping prereleases of the bios. Elmor is the one bright spot I see with Asus. Kind'a like Merlin and Asus routers. Merlin is the only reason I use an Asus router. Hoping Elmor can fight off the corporate clowns.
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Oh please. Stop being an apologist for the corporations. I bought corsair 3200 memory that was listed as supported and I still cannot run 4x8 beyond 2400. No one seems to know what the true temperature of the cpu is. Fan control is frustrating, Aura is untamed to say the least, weird things happen constantly to my system clock, and my hard disk list is forgotten on a constant basis. I understand I'm an early adopter, it's still a nice board, but I dropped several hundred dollars and both AMD and Asus owe us. Instead it sounds like Asus is circling the wagons and stopping prereleases of the bios. Elmor is the one bright spot I see with Asus. Kind'a like Merlin and Asus routers. Merlin is the only reason I use an Asus router. Hoping Elmor can fight off the corporate clowns.

There aren't any 4x8gb 3200mhz corsair kits in the qvl redface.gif. AMD is supposedly going to remove the offset in the x series chips in a future update (not sure). Fan control as far as for me works on every bios except 0902, where it was already reported broken, fixed in 1001. Hard disk getting forgotten is annoying but also not that common, and can possibly be tied to the devices not being on the qualified device list. etc.
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Oh please. Stop being an apologist for the corporations. I bought corsair 3200 memory that was listed as supported and I still cannot run 4x8 beyond 2400. No one seems to know what the true temperature of the cpu is. Fan control is frustrating, Aura is untamed to say the least, weird things happen constantly to my system clock, and my hard disk list is forgotten on a constant basis. I understand I'm an early adopter, it's still a nice board, but I dropped several hundred dollars and both AMD and Asus owe us. Instead it sounds like Asus is circling the wagons and stopping prereleases of the bios. Elmor is the one bright spot I see with Asus. Kind'a like Merlin and Asus routers. Merlin is the only reason I use an Asus router. Hoping Elmor can fight off the corporate clowns.

QVL at what? It certainly wasnt 3200 for 32gb and there isnt any Corsair kits on the QVL of 32gb over 2400. AMD's official release is 4 DIMM single rank at 2133 and dual rank at 1866. So the issue is you bought something that wasnt supported but hoped it would work? Who's at fault?
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There aren't any 4x8gb 3200mhz corsair kits in the qvl redface.gif. AMD is supposedly going to remove the offset in the x series chips in a future update (not sure). Fan control as far as for me works on every bios except 0902, where it was already reported broken, fixed in 1001. Hard disk getting forgotten is annoying but also not that common. etc.

That was my understanding as well, he might have seen 3200 and corsair but its not under 4dimm, only 2dimm and thats the older samsung version and its 2x8 not 4x8.

http://dlcdnet.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/SocketAM4/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO/CROSSHAIR-VI-HERO_DRAM_QVLforAMDRyzenProcessors_0316.pdf?_ga=1.255916680.2057868326.1490019947
    
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quick question guys regarding graphs and voltages:

is there a way to record my graphs from HWiNFO or is there a program out there that specialises in this?

I am looking to get prepared for next months big bios update by doing lots of tinkering and learning LLC (of which i will only dabble with 1 and 2 - thanks Raja) and I'm also going to get a DMM in the next week or two as I hear even the best programs are not the most accurate. As I understand it, the graphs will show me a recording of the spikes and droops when really fine tuning the voltages to get a nice stable OC.

I know i can monitor the graphs in real time when they system is being stressed but retrospective action and to be able to save them will help greatly, particularly if the system crashes. I want to be able to pinpoint where and why the system will become unstable.

Great work so far to all early adopters and of course Elmor and Raja, this is a fun journey for me, despite some others who feel angered! biggrin.gif
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quick question guys regarding graphs and voltages:

is there a way to record my graphs from HWiNFO or is there a program out there that specialises in this?

I am looking to get prepared for next months big bios update by doing lots of tinkering and learning LLC (of which i will only dabble with 1 and 2 - thanks Raja) and I'm also going to get a DMM in the next week or two as I hear even the best programs are not the most accurate. As I understand it, the graphs will show me a recording of the spikes and droops when really fine tuning the voltages to get a nice stable OC.

I know i can monitor the graphs in real time when they system is being stressed but retrospective action and to be able to save them will help greatly, particularly if the system crashes. I want to be able to pinpoint where and why the system will become unstable.

Great work so far to all early adopters and of course Elmor and Raja, this is a fun journey for me, despite some others who feel angered! biggrin.gif

I think Martin or Gup can help you with that, i know theres def a graph you can look at but not sure how to record it. Ive tried recording a log and that worked really well but as a graph im not sure.
    
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Someone has the Creator Update. How do you feel?
my overclocking does not go .. before I could take the 3600 C14. Now just touch something, the system will crash when boot

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