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Can't you make a custom curve in fan profile?

Custom fan profiles only works up to 75C in the bios and the +20 offset triggers at anything 55C and higher. As soon as the CPU hits 75C anything attached to the CPU fan header goes to 100%, no matter what. To work around this I plugged my PWM splitter in to one of the chassis headers and have it monitor some of the other components. I haven't gone above 65C @ 1.45V this way.
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Custom fan profiles only works up to 75C in the bios and the +20 offset triggers at anything 55C and higher. As soon as the CPU hits 75C anything attached to the CPU fan header goes to 100%, no matter what. To work around this I plugged my PWM splitter in to one of the chassis headers and have it monitor some of the other components. I haven't gone above 65C @ 1.45V this way.

Yep it sucks that tej +20C temp offset screws the whole fan profiles.

@elmor
The easiest solution would be to offer custom fan profiles up to 90C
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PC now seems to be stable with normal voltages on 082 @ 3,87GHz w/ 3200 MHz CL14. Boots fine, voltages and temps are all stable. Boots fine without any issues whatsoever. Games perform well.
There is an issue that I have, on my Corsair 600T doesnt seem to output HDD activity and my reset button doesn't work either. I've connected them into the board but I have no idea why they are not working.
Other lights seem to work tho...
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PC now seems to be stable with normal voltages on 082 @ 3,87GHz w/ 3200 MHz CL14. Boots fine, voltages and temps are all stable. Boots fine without any issues whatsoever. Games perform well.
There is an issue that I have, on my Corsair 600T doesnt seem to output HDD activity and my reset button doesn't work either. I've connected them into the board but I have no idea why they are not working.
Other lights seem to work tho...

maybe simple answer but re-check your front panel connectors if they are connected right !
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Custom fan profiles only works up to 75C in the bios and the +20 offset triggers at anything 55C and higher. As soon as the CPU hits 75C anything attached to the CPU fan header goes to 100%, no matter what. To work around this I plugged my PWM splitter in to one of the chassis headers and have it monitor some of the other components. I haven't gone above 65C @ 1.45V this way.

what about Corsair link ?
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Sticking to 2933 for now. It works fine after hitting reset once at 3200mhz, but now just got stuck going 15>f9>0d and had to reset cmos as no amount of resetting would make it go. Kind of annoying that it keeps happening every so often, maybe dram boot voltage is too high or something idk. Only other time i got stuck in the same loop was when i set soc to 1.17, it was actually WORSE then 1.15.
    
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I just reread his question. He did pose the question in the context of Infinity Fabric being key to game performance at 1080p, so the higher MHz of the memory would be more important than the pure latency, going beyond what you would see from an Intel based system.

Yes, but with a 200Mhz gap and a 2 clock hike, you're playing with small amounts.
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Sticking to 2933 for now. It works fine after hitting reset once at 3200mhz, but now just got stuck going 15>f9>0d and had to reset cmos as no amount of resetting would make it go. Kind of annoying that it keeps happening every so often, maybe dram boot voltage is too high or something idk. Only other time i got stuck in the same loop was when i set soc to 1.17, it was actually WORSE then 1.15.

This is why I am waiting for the May update(s), which should fix a LOT of memory issues.
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what about Corsair link ?

Custom loop here. Corsair link should be able to override it.
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Question - I have Thermalright Venomous X and I have AM4 bolt-thru kit.

Should I remove stock backplate from MBO's behind to install VX or no?
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