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Originally Posted by lordzed83 View Post

IBT maximum makes best cooling solutions cry biggrin.gif

I tried the very old v2.54 for one pass on max and it didnt seem to get too hot. Not sure if it was running correctly on win10 though.

Edit: y-cruncher failed on the NTT 64-bit test.
"Redundancy Check Failed: Coefficient is too large."

Though I'm not sure an AVX test failing is why I'm getting BSODs while web browsing...
Edited by geoxile - 4/13/17 at 1:04pm
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yeah you're going to either have to wait for the am4 mounting kit or try to get a hold of a am3 backplate :/ i don't believe any d15(s) shipping right now from retailers have been retrofitted to include the am4 mounting hardware. probably not until mid summer when current stocks gets severely depleted.

The cooling assembly you want is the NH-D15 SE-AM4. I got mine a few weeks ago, and I think it was from Amazon (can't prove that at the moment). It comes with the correct mounting parts. The front fan on the two-fan unit may interfere with the RAM. I didn't check whether an NH-D15S SE-AM4 exists (this would have a single fan instead of two fans). A 120-mm fan can be used at the front to supplement the middle fan instead, depending on height clearance in your case. I haven't purchased my MB yet, so there are still some RAM interference unknowns for me to deal with.
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LLC has nothing to do with this. Probably some kind of confusion being caused on your side.

Fine when gaming. So too many factors. Deffo like LLC2 on SOC works fantastic i see how i get on with this cpu setting since using Pstate OC. Feels stable Idle vcore wont bother me since its downclocking anyway. Hope we can get solution with P02 at some point shame i cant go lover than standard. As soon as enable custom P02 system wont boot stuck on white led 56 code. But hey at lest now they work with bclk oc biggrin.gif
I will try anything just to see how it behaves smile.gif

Unlike some people here cumming from 3 dead MSI x99 gaming 5 motherboards that cost me allot of stress and nerves i think. Asus did fantastic job with those motherboards considering how rushed Ryzen is smile.gif
Last time i had so much fun playing around with settings was with 2500k smile.gif
Edited by lordzed83 - 4/13/17 at 1:23pm
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I'm in Sweden, where are you located?
Unfortunately the manual for the NH-D15 says to use the backplate on the motherboard and there is for sure no backplate in the box (only for Intel).

I can tell you mine came with the mounting for am4, but that said the model is the NH-D15 SE-AM4 (http://noctua.at/en/nh-d15-se-am4.html)

So for people buying that fan I suppose you should check this is tha am4 version.
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The cooling assembly you want is the NH-D15 SE-AM4. I got mine a few weeks ago, and I think it was from Amazon (can't prove that at the moment). It comes with the correct mounting parts. The front fan on the two-fan unit may interfere with the RAM. I didn't check whether an NH-D15S SE-AM4 exists (this would have a single fan instead of two fans). A 120-mm fan can be used at the front to supplement the middle fan instead, depending on height clearance in your case. I haven't purchased my MB yet, so there are still some RAM interference unknowns for me to deal with.

I've got this exact cooler and my RAM will arrive tomorrow.
Once I've got it I'll plug it in and let you know if there is any RAM clearance issue.
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I tried the very old v2.54 for one pass on max and it didnt seem to get too hot. Not sure if it was running correctly on win10 though.

Edit: y-cruncher failed on the NTT 64-bit test.
"Redundancy Check Failed: Coefficient is too large."

Though I'm not sure an AVX test failing is why I'm getting BSODs while web browsing...

Yeah just a hint that a little more volts are needed to get "completely" stable. Though I'm now just trying to get my day to day workload stable and so far 4 Ghz at +0.0575 seems to do that just fine.

What are you browsing when it BSODs? Graphics driver related? I experienced BSODs in certain situations where the GPU is involved (outlook hardware acceleration, realbench). Maybe browser hardware acceleration? Youtube videos or something?
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I'm in Sweden, where are you located?
Unfortunately the manual for the NH-D15 says to use the backplate on the motherboard and there is for sure no backplate in the box (only for Intel).

You bought the NH-D15 without buying the am4 edition (which comes with the extra hardware) but fear not just message Noctua and youll get the mounting hardware rather quickly (Austria to Sweden isn't too far by mail)

I showed them a jpeg of my am4 mobo and cpu and they sent me the hardware for my nh-u14s so shouldnt be an issue for you, and its free.
    
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Yeah just a hint that a little more volts are needed to get "completely" stable. Though I'm now just trying to get my day to day workload stable and so far 4 Ghz at +0.0575 seems to do that just fine.

What are you browsing when it BSODs? Graphics driver related? I experienced BSODs in certain situations where the GPU is involved (outlook hardware acceleration, realbench). Maybe browser hardware acceleration? Youtube videos or something?

Yea it usually happens when there's a video running. Might be GPU related but the errors I've gotten so far are

Memory Management
Page Fault in non-paged area

Sounds like something memory related but apparently they could be CPU related as well. I decided to redo my overclocks and BIOS settings and I was about to pop the motherboard battery out with a screwdriver until I read there's a clear CMOS button the back...
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der8auer and elmor overclocking at ASUS Taiwan.
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