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post #9831 of 17321
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

MSI afterburner for gpu fan speed control and other things is one choice, if you havent tried that already.

I used 30%Fan speed up to 40° use Afterburner or another tool to setup ur fan speed. I dont like cooked hardware smile.gif there should allways be some little breath of air.
post #9832 of 17321
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Originally Posted by Benus74 View Post

That could be something to try, putting a minimum fan speed of something like 300 RPM on my GPU fan, but I don't see a way to control that from the Fan control.
I've got a GTX 1060 MSI Gaming X 6G, and I haven't found the software yet to configure it.

I'm more and more convinced that my issue is due to my cooling capabilities, and because the GPU use a 0 RPM fan below 60°C, it make it perfect for a quiet system, but then it makes everything around it (including PCH) hotter.

I'll try this tomorrow as it's starting to get late here, and I'm reinstalling my ubuntu since windows installation killed it wink.gif

Your Noctua is a darn good cooler, or are you referring to general case cooling to get more air moving that GPU heat out?
post #9833 of 17321
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Originally Posted by Benus74 View Post

I've just done 1 hour of Ghost Recon, and my PCH went up to 70°C.
I'm really starting to worry about it, I know it's supposed to be safe below 80°C, but still, it's kind of worrying that I seem to be the only one with such a high PCH.
That make me worry even more frown.gif

Maybe I should clear CMOS and see what it does, maybe something is wrong with my OC, even though it's pretty "standard" PState 0 with mem OC smile.gif

Thanks guys for trying this for me, +REP

All ya'lls PCH's temps are too dang high. Highest mine's gotten is 45c playing DOOM, idling 35 otherwise. I'm actually unsure of how high its gotten in the past, ive not really watched it, but now i will.

if any consolation, my VRM temp has gotten up to 80c redface.gif.
Edited by Reikoji - 4/17/17 at 5:04pm
post #9834 of 17321
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

All ya'lls PCH's temps are too dang high. Highest mine's gotten is 45c playing DOOM, idling 35 otherwise. I'm actually unsure of how high its gotten in the past, ive not really watched it, but now i will.

if any consolation, my VRM temp has gotten up to 80c redface.gif.

Mine idles almost the same as my gaming temps so not a biggie. My VRMs however usually stay under 60°C
    
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Does HwInfo account for the +20 offset on the 1(7/8)00x? There is about a 20C difference between RM and HWinfo. A quick search of the thread didn't help much. Thanks!


Edit:

Found the info here: http://www.overclock.net/t/1624603/rog-crosshair-vi-overclocking-thread/9460#post_26018107

TCtl: reported
Tdie: minus the offset.
Edited by nersty - 4/17/17 at 5:44pm
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post #9836 of 17321
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Originally Posted by pantsoftime View Post

Is this a SATA drive? If so try a different SATA cable. That error could occur if there's a signaling problem with the connectors/cable.

Yanked the drives and put them on new cables after games were crashing because of the reset. The only other possible issue is the 2 sdd's are on the same leg as 6 Corsair fans. I don't know if that could be drawing too much power. And of all the crap I save, I can't find any other sets of sata power cables for my HX1000.
post #9837 of 17321
Today I finally picked up my DMM and measured the vcore at the back of the socket, only to find 1.49V while running IBT AVX. Rebooted into the BIOS and measured again, now 1.52V.

Since my 1800X is running with offset -0.0625 with LLC 3 I thought LLC might be involved, so I quickly dialed it back to Auto and re-measured... 1.51V.

After this, I ditched offset mode and used a manual voltage of 1.375. Re-measured 1.54V.

Somewhat in panic, I cleared CMOS (twice) and loaded the default settings. In the BIOS, it now read 1.64V.

wha-smiley.png

So... either:
  1. My 1800x is faulty
  2. My C6H is faulty
  3. My DMM is faulty
  4. I'm missing something

I'm hoping for any of the last 2. Will try to borrow a DMM and re-test.

TL;DR: 1800X on a CH6, in the BIOS screen:
  1. Offset -0.0625, LLC 3, measured 1.52V
  2. Offset -0.0625, LLC Auto, measured 1.51V
  3. Manual 1.375, LLC Auto, measured 1.54V
  4. Everything default, measured 1.64V
post #9838 of 17321
NIghtmare board. Suddenly getting crashes and 08 this week. Might have to roll back to 1002.
post #9839 of 17321
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Originally Posted by goncalossilva View Post

Today I finally picked up my DMM and measured the vcore at the back of the socket, only to find 1.49V while running IBT AVX. Rebooted into the BIOS and measured again, now 1.52V.

Since my 1800X is running with offset -0.0625 with LLC 3 I thought LLC might be involved, so I quickly dialed it back to Auto and re-measured... 1.51V.

After this, I ditched offset mode and used a manual voltage of 1.375. Re-measured 1.54V.

Somewhat in panic, I cleared CMOS (twice) and loaded the default settings. In the BIOS, it now read 1.64V.

wha-smiley.png

So... either:
  1. My 1800x is faulty
  2. My C6H is faulty
  3. My DMM is faulty
  4. I'm missing something

I'm hoping for any of the last 2. Will try to borrow a DMM and re-test.

TL;DR: 1800X on a CH6, in the BIOS screen:
  1. Offset -0.0625, LLC 3, measured 1.52V
  2. Offset -0.0625, LLC Auto, measured 1.51V
  3. Manual 1.375, LLC Auto, measured 1.54V
  4. Everything default, measured 1.64V

I take it measured voltage with DMM is higher than readouts in bios/windows?
post #9840 of 17321
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Originally Posted by Reikoji View Post

All ya'lls PCH's temps are too dang high. Highest mine's gotten is 45c playing DOOM, idling 35 otherwise. I'm actually unsure of how high its gotten in the past, ive not really watched it, but now i will.
if any consolation, my VRM temp has gotten up to 80c redface.gif.
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Originally Posted by bluej511 View Post


Mine idles almost the same as my gaming temps so not a biggie. My VRMs however usually stay under 60°C
What might be affecting the PCH temperature? Mind idles at 41C and hit 58C after about 20 minutes of playing DOOM.
VRMs never got warmer than 36C. In fact none of the other sensors did, other than the CPU. (64 Tclt/44 Tdie)
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