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Originally Posted by Raja@ASUS View Post

According to what Elmor said, yes it is. Once AMD iron out their problems, the Vboot and DRAM voltage should track when on Auto (like it does on other platforms).

Raja any ideas on why i need to hit the reset button ONCE to get my pc to get past post when at 3200mhz?
    
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Anyone with an NVMe drive and who installed the W10 Creators Update let me know if your WRITE speeds are terrible (300MB/s). I just updated, and now **** is HORRIBLE.
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Anyone with an NVMe drive and who installed the W10 Creators Update let me know if your WRITE speeds are terrible (300MB/s). I just updated, and now **** is HORRIBLE.

I'm on win 10 creators and I don't have any issue with neither my read nor write speeds with my NVMe drive.
I'm running a 1TB 960 Pro, and speeds are pretty awesome smile.gif
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post #9714 of 17069
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If you look at CPU Vcore you won't see the spikes that the VRMs are generating. Raja@ASUS posted some shots from an oscilloscope a 50 pages back or so. Again, as said a couple of times here already, The Stilt, elmor, Raja are all advising "leave LLC on auto, adjust Voltage until stable".
A higher LLC will not immediately damage any components, but will increase wear on those and thus decrease durability. Your choice.

You are right about The Stilt and Raja, but Elmor actually said this:
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I've said neither tongue.gif If you want to be very safe, leave it at Auto. When overclocked for daily use I'd recommend Level 1-2.

Just to add to the confusion... wink.gif
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Righto, I've changed motherboard and my god did I put too much TIM on oops biggrin.gif

Took me ages to clean it all off.

I was a little more conservative with this one, lets hope there's enough.

Most importantly, and the whole reason for this exercise, I HAVE LIGHTS!
post #9716 of 17069
'Auto' seems to function differently or weirdly for each individual.
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You are right about The Stilt and Raja, but Elmor actually said this:
Just to add to the confusion... wink.gif

That was a while ago, but its the same as the more recent recommendation to try not to exceed LLC2, still suggesting stick with auto/llc1 if you can.
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Originally Posted by y0bailey View Post

Anyone with an NVMe drive and who installed the W10 Creators Update let me know if your WRITE speeds are terrible (300MB/s). I just updated, and now **** is HORRIBLE.

Same Windows version with a 960 Evo 500GB I am getting:

Seq Read 2911 Seq Write 1710

Random Read 337,928 Random Write 256,966
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I'm surprised. I need a 120mm fan in front or else I cannot close my case (side wall will not fit):

Are those G. Skill FlareX that are mounted below your 120 mm fan, or some other DRAM module? Thanks.
     
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You are right about The Stilt and Raja, but Elmor actually said this:
Just to add to the confusion... wink.gif

To add more confusion, here's what I actually said:

http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/8640#post_26007418


And to up the ante towards confusion heaven: do not compare standing voltage and overshoot. They are two different things. An oscillation means the power supplies impedance has been compromised at the oscillating frequency. That's why a standing voltage is preferred to using a higher LLC that has to ramp when faced with load.
Edited by Raja@ASUS - 4/16/17 at 3:08pm
post #9720 of 17069
Ah, this board seems to very slight overvolt compared to the last one.

3.19v has gone up to 3.25v (under load) for same settings.
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