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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...

Since I only started having these issues since the creators update: do you have that installed as well? I'm going to try if it persists with completely stock settings but so far (and from what if heard of others) I think it is related to the windows update. I can make my system freezy and eventually BSOD just by starting the realbench stress test since the update.
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Originally Posted by malitze View Post

Since I only started having these issues since the creators update: do you have that installed as well? I'm going to try if it persists with completely stock settings but so far (and from what if heard of others) I think it is related to the windows update. I can make my system freezy and eventually BSOD just by starting the realbench stress test since the update.

I don't think I updated to the Creators Updates unless it downloads automatically. It started after I updated to the 0083 BIOS, but I only used the stock 0902 BIOS for two days so who knows.
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New issue for me (not sure how/when it happened). My Aura LEDs don't work after a cold boot, however if i restart the pc they start working again. Shut down and cold boot again and they're off. A bit odd, haven't changed anything, i cleared cmos to see if it helps but no go. Started happening i think after i tried using wattman/ab to OC my gpu and it gave me a hard crash and code 50 (i had to reset cmos to even get the pc to boot) so not sure whats going on here.
    
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Originally Posted by muffins View Post

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.
Not true. I purchased the Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4 cooler from Amazon back on 14 March while I waited for Corsair to ship their AM4 backplate. This is the Special Edition version of the NH-D15 and does not have the AM3 parts or any Intel parts. Only for AM4.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01NC06ZYT/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
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Not true. I purchased the Noctua NH-D15 SE-AM4 cooler from Amazon back on 14 March while I waited for Corsair to ship their AM4 backplate. This is the Special Edition version of the NH-D15 and does not have the AM3 parts or any Intel parts. Only for AM4.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01NC06ZYT/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o07_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

It's why you're better off just buying the NH-D15 normal edition and have Noctua ship you the am4 brackets. This way you have the best of both worlds and if you ever go back to Intel or use it on another build youll have all the parts (although could probably message Noctua and have them send you Intel parts then lol)
    
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Originally Posted by geoxile View Post

I don't think I updated to the Creators Updates unless it downloads automatically. It started after I updated to the 0083 BIOS, but I only used the stock 0902 BIOS for two days so who knows.

Mh okay then I'm even more clueless as to what it might be frown.gif
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Originally Posted by YpsiNine View Post

I'm kind of disappointed now, I got all the parts for my new 1800x build today but my current Noctua NH-D15 won't mount on the CH6.
I see that the mounting kit for AMD that was packaged in the NH-D15 had two brackets that were something like 1cm too short in order to reach across the mounting holes.

So my only assumption is that the backplate mounted on the CH6 is in fact using the AM4 mounting holes?
In any case, I already have an order for the AM4 mounting kit sent from Noctua but it won't be here until after Easter This sucks. frown.gif

Think about it for a moment, the STOCK socket/mount will be using AM4, and it uses the typical clips. Anything that uses the holes, you notice there are two sets, one for AM3, and one for AM4. If you have a plate that comes with your cooler, you can use the holes you want, no problem. You may need to remove the stock plate if it gets in the way of a plate that comes with your cooler.

There is NOTHING different about this from AM3 or AM4, same rules apply, and only the back plate with top mount might change between AM3 and AM4.
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Originally Posted by Cata79 View Post

It also boots for me with CMU32GX4M2C3200C16B, but prime95 fails in the first 10 seconds, so i don't consider that "working".

Yeah, I'll have to tweak some things to get it completely stable, but I was mostly focused on figuring out why I was no longer able to boot at 3200 DDR. I have narrowed it down to 2 things:

#1 - procODT value needed to be 80 ohms

#2 - I had to change the DRAM CAS# Latency to an EVEN number manually - the other timing changes didn't matter. I suspect that with the 1T BIOS, an odd number was being read from the DIMM, which is illegal in 1T for 3200 DDR. I changed it to 18 manually, and everything just works. Without that I was limited to 2667. This might be the reason there are 1T and 2T BIOSes out there - can other people try changing the CAS to an even number?
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

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.
No, the NH-D15 was bought in 2014 for my previous Intel build. There was no AM4 version back then. I am aware there is a AM4 version of the NH-D15 out now but in no way I'm shelling out money for that since I already have the cooler.
I've already emailed Noctua about the AM4 kit but it won't be here until after Easter. I was hoping to be able to use the AM3 kit in the NH-D15 on the CH6 today since it has both AM3 and AM4 mounting holes. But it seems the backplate on the CH6 is using the AM4 variant and thus I can't use the AM3 kit in the NH-D15. So there goes my Easter plans. frown.gif
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post

It's why you're better off just buying the NH-D15 normal edition and have Noctua ship you the am4 brackets. This way you have the best of both worlds and if you ever go back to Intel or use it on another build youll have all the parts (although could probably message Noctua and have them send you Intel parts then lol)
True, but if you had no cooling solution at all then this was the most expedient way to get my build started and finished. Never had any Intel hardware so doubt I would ever need it in the future. The package says that the standard AM3/Intel kit is not free. You will have to pay for it. The cooler is now part of my cast off parts shelf.
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