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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

I think you missed the point I made, which is that if you have a cooler that comes with a back plate, you need to remove the back plate that comes with the motherboard before you can mount the new one that comes with your cooler.
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So, late last week i noticed that the bios was only listing 8GB's of RAM rather than the 16GB's I have installed.

Windows on the other hand detects that it has 16GB's of RAM but lists only 8GB's as "Usable".

I've got everything running at stock speeds and have tried the following:
  • Tried each stick of ram running by itself. Both work fine when by themselves
  • I've tried A1 B1 configs as well as A2 B2 configs, both yield the same - 8GB in Bios, 16GB in windows with only 8GB's usable.
  • Ran memtest which returned no errors.
  • Updated from 0902 to 1002, no changes.

Any suggestions on a fix or any idea what might be causing this?
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@elmor

Did not have issues today, multiple shutdowns and powerups tested. System used for gaming / office work / f@h and no issues. Then later tonight did just RAM strap changes with CB15 PB on/off and no issues, always 1x clean mobo post. Will aim to make it fall over tomorrow to get AMD CBS screenie.

@Ubardog

Yeah man sucks when this happens, strange I never had this issue for so many borked boots/OC setups. Anyhow was AOK today wink.gif .

@members

Those wishing to see collection of how RAM is effecting say benches I started a new section in my thread linked in sig. So far only Cinebench there with / without Performance bias for 3.8GHz with 3200MHz / 2933MHz / 2666MHz / 2400MHz / 2133MHz. Will aim to add some more bits there ASAP smile.gif .
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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

Your NH-D15 should have absolutely came with an am3+ backplate, thats what you need to use to use the am3 mounting bracket and hardware for the Noctua. Take off the am4, replace it with the Noctua am3 backplate and install. The only difference? The am4 can be mounted horizontally AND vertically (ie fan exhaust up or fan exhausting back). If you're missing an am3 backplate then somethings up.

I bought my nh-u14s in 2014 i think and i have all the hardware.
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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.

Yea but its Noctua, if you message em im sure they'll send you the stuff for free anyways lol.
    
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I think you missed the point I made, which is that if you have a cooler that comes with a back plate, you need to remove the back plate that comes with the motherboard before you can mount the new one that comes with your cooler.
I think you missed the point I made earlier, there is no back plate for AMD included with the Noctua NH-D15. It is also stated in the manual that you have to use the back plate of the motherboard.
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Anyone else getting a bug with Core #X VID in HWiNFO where it won't update the state if you're in High Performance power plan? When I change to Balanced it updates normally, but in High Performance it gets stuck either on 1.550V if I booted with High Perf, or it gets stuck on whatever the V was when I changed back to High Perf.
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I think you missed the point I made earlier, there is no back plate for AMD included with the Noctua NH-D15. It is also stated in the manual that you have to use the back plate of the motherboard.

yea i think im wrong as well, it uses factory backplates for am3/am4. Id say go to a local shop and see if they have one laying around. Could even check here and have someone ship you one, or just wait for your am4 kit redface.gif
    
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1.4V on the core and 1.1V on the SOC are considered safe for 24/7 use right?
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1.4V on the core and 1.1V on the SOC are considered safe for 24/7 use right?
As long as it's well-cooled, yes.
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Not tuned yet.

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