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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)

The hot air that your GPU is blowing on it. wink.gif
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I take it measured voltage with DMM is higher than readouts in bios/windows?

Much higher. On my regular setup (1 above) BIOS switches between 1.373 and 1.395. In hwinfo, Vcore shows pretty much the same behavior while SVI2 hovers around 1.350~1.356V.
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Much higher. On my regular setup (1 above) BIOS switches between 1.373 and 1.395. In hwinfo, Vcore shows pretty much the same behavior while SVI2 hovers around 1.350~1.356V.

Have you checked the Probeit points?
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Much higher. On my regular setup (1 above) BIOS switches between 1.373 and 1.395. In hwinfo, Vcore shows pretty much the same behavior while SVI2 hovers around 1.350~1.356V.

What kind of multi-meter? I'd be more suspect of it than the motherboard, especially if SVI2 is consistent with what you have in BIOS.
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Have you checked the Probeit points?

Not yet. My case is in a somewhat inconvenient place (the right side is easily accessible, but the left isn't). Tomorrow I'll measure it and report back thumb.gif
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What kind of multi-meter? I'd be more suspect of it than the motherboard, especially if SVI2 is consistent with what you have in BIOS.

It's a Range RE830D. Unsure if it's any good to be honest. SVI2 is slightly lower than what I see in the BIOS, about 0.02/0.03 less.
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Changing the cables did not help the sata reset.

I changed hot plug to enabled in the bios, we will see if that might help. I am trying to remember if this just started with the creators update.
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The hot air that your GPU is blowing on it. wink.gif
Makes sense, I guess. The GPU hit 62C in DOOM.
Should I be considering a reference GPU next time around? I've always preferred cards that vent out the back of the case anyway, they just don't seem to clock as high.
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My VRM idles at about 37 and goes to 51 during gaming load. However, my PCH is 56 at idle and goes to 69 at gaming load. My PCH seems way too high...
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I have this exact kit and it runs fine at 3200 14-14-14-14-34-1T on the C6H board. It'll run at rated speed when they finally add faster RAM settings into the BIOS in a few months.

I have that Exact kit in my C6H with a 1700x on bios 1001 and for the life of me cannot get it to run 3200 MHz. Its running great right now at 2666 14-14-14-14-34. Any suggestions? What settings are you running to get those speeds? Ive tried CPU soc at 1.15v and dram at 1.35v. Pretty much everything else in bios is on auto.
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I have that Exact kit in my C6H with a 1700x on bios 1001 and for the life of me cannot get it to run 3200 MHz. Its running great right now at 2666 14-14-14-14-34. Any suggestions? What settings are you running to get those speeds? Ive tried CPU soc at 1.15v and dram at 1.35v. Pretty much everything else in bios is on auto.
Have you tried overclocking one stick at a time to see if there is a bad stick.
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